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We review the Sweet Supernaut, a superbly designed and made ski jacket which will appeal to serious riders.
Best for
Backcountry riders
Price
£479
Quality
9
Value
9
Overall Score
9
The Sweet Supernaut ski jacket is constructed with three-layer Gore-Tex Pro fabric which is bonded to a rugged outer material and a specially developed, robust woven inner lining, the overall feel of which is tough and hardwearing, so you can expect several seasons of use out of it.

A fully adjustable, helmet compatible hood sits atop a high collar so that when fully battened down inside the Supernaut there’s little chance for snow to get in; this is further enhanced by the detachable powder skirt, wrist gaiters and Velcro adjustable cuffs along with pull/push cord adjusters on the hem, collar and hood (that said these are tricky to release on the hood, a little less so on the collar and nowhere near as effective at these two locations as on the hem, where they’re brilliant).

Feature include two large outer chest pockets and lift pass pocket on the left sleeve, all with waterproof zips, two zipped mesh inner pockets (one of which is phone/MP3 compatible), generous sized pit zips and asymmetric cuffs.

The Supernaut also looks great and comes in a wide range of colourways – if you’re looking for a top quality, hard wearing high end ski jacket we’d recommend checking it out.