If pristine groomed pistes, hot tubs, and more than a little bit of luxury are your bag then the Keystone 2 Jacket from Schoffel will have you looking the part on the slopes this winter.
Immediately comfortable and beautifully cut, the Keystone 2 has very clearly been designed to flatter with function and do so in style. The removable hood with faux fur trim and shiny silver zips position this jacket directly at the higher end, mature skier and the price tag of £570 more than backs up its intent.
Big on chic styling it may be, but the Keystone 2 also packs a hefty punch when it comes to snow technical features. With a breathability rating of 20,000 g/m2/24h and waterproof capabilities of 20,000 mm, the Keystone 2 has very clearly been built to keep you protected and comfortable on the hill. In terms of warmth, the impressively cozy feeling comes courtesy of PrimaLoft Gold Active - top of the range insulation for this premium snow jacket.
Additional features that reveal the Keystone 2's practical purpose include ventilation pit zips, integrated powder skirt, elasticated cuffs with thumb loops and numerous storage options including an internal goggle pocket complete with lens wipe attached via a stretchy cord.
Colour wise the Keystone 2 we tested came in a mocha colour called Portobello - a practical option that won't show dirt and is sufficiently versatile to be combined with ski pants in a variety of other colours.
At £570, the Keystone 2 demands significant investment but ensures it ends up in the hands of those who value its combination of luxurious style and practical substance.