In 30 Seconds or Less: Lululemon’s Down For it All Jacket

Click to shop: Lululemon Down For it All Jacket ($139/WMTM)

Lucky for you all, it’s recently been marked down!

I originally snagged this lovely piece back in November, and it’s been a solid performer for running in winter temperatures. So much so, going for a run in 17°F with just a Swiftly underneath I was *still* super hot.

Even though it was made for running, it also excels on the mountain. Turns out, the breathability, weight, and flexibility makes this a perfect ski/snowboard jacket in temperatures between 25-35°F for those who don’t want to look like a marshmallow. Who knew?

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5 comments

  1. After a lot of back and forth, snagged it in dark Adobe today. Missed out on night diver in my size. Fingers crossed that I love it.

    • I think you will! The biggest difference I notice between grabbing this and the Pack It Down from last season is the increased mobility thanks to the stretchy side panels 🙂

  2. Does this wash up nicely? I’m just thinking, if I wear it for running, there will be lots of sweating going on! Therefore, I’ll probably be washing once a week……..

  3. I have 2 of these jackets… a size 8 dark olive from last year and a size 10 night diver from this year. i use the 8 for running (less layers under) and the 10 for everyday (layer it up). i absolutely LOVE the fit and pocket options. This is by far my favorite jacket ever 🙂

    I didn’t think about using it for skiing! Will be trying it out whenever we’re allowed back outside again lol

    • I honestly didn’t think of it either, and one day I just couldn’t decide between a shell and a full two-layer parka, so I looked in the corner and thought hey why not.

      Loved the fact that the stretchy breathable side panels allowed me to reach and fasten my bindings so much more comfortably, and once I got going on more difficult terrain I wasn’t trapped in a hotbox of a jacket!

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