Guiding you away from drab sameness the Camber jacket from Armada makes it easy to wade through boring earth tones right towards bright and clean design. Light and simple, the Camber uses MegaRex 2L for the outer keeping you dry and warm with 20k waterproofing and breathability which keeps moisture from getting in while letting your funk escape. The MegaRex is fully sealed so it has no weak points to let moisture in and mesh lined pit vents open up when you're really sweating. Lined with the SuperFlo lining system, the Camber also makes layering easy while still giving you an airy shell feel over it all. Stripped down to what Armada considers the essentials, the Camber has an adjustable helmet compatible hood, external access music pocket, microfleece chin guard, goggle pocket, and adjustable lycra suspension powder skirt that can interface with any Armada pant. Sticking with it's classic roots the Camber is shaped off the standard fit, the perfect blend of roomy but not baggy to create a simple and durable jacket with tons of style.
SuperFlo Lining System
RECCO Avalanche Rescue System
Microfleece Chin Guard
Jacket to Pant Interface
Reactive Hood System with External and Internal Access and Quick-Release Tab
First use was on a wet ski day. This keep me totaly dry. I used a fleece jacket under it and was warm. Temp was in mid 30's. I would definately recommend this if you are looking for good gear to keep dry when you still want to be on the slopes.
A: With the Armada Camber shell jacket, as with most shell jackets, you will need to wear additional layers underneath to provide warmth in most colder conditions. With warmer conditions, you should be good to wear them without a base/midlayer, however this will be a matter of personal preference.