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Toad&Co Women's Sespe Sherpa Cardigan Jacket
  • Beetle II
  • Dark Roast
Toad&Co Women's Sespe Sherpa Cardigan Jacket

$111.99 - $145.00

WAS: $160.00*

Beach Riot Women's Skye Jacket
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Beach Riot Women's Skye Jacket


WAS: $224.00*

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Choosing Fleece Tops and Softshells

Fleece tops and softshells are ideal for any winter activity. Whether you're running errands around town or skiing down the slopes, fleece tops and softshells can help you stay warm, comfortable, and stylish. From half-zip tops to windproof styles, Public Lands stocks fleece and softshell options for all of your winter plans.

Pullovers, Hoodies, and Zippered Looks

Pullovers are perfect for casual wear and low-impact activities, and hooded styles provide added warmth for your ears and neck. If you're skiing, snowboarding, or working out, you might want to opt for a half-zip or full-zip jacket. Zippers make it easier to change your jacket if it gets wet in the snow, and zippered styles are great for layering and quick outfit changes during a workout.

Wind-Resistant, Water-Resistant, and Waterproof Options

Wind-resistant tops and softshells help you stay cozy during windy conditions, and they're ideal for skiing, snowboarding, and winter sports. Water-resistant tops repel small amounts of water, so they're good choices for errands, short walks, or casual use. Waterproof options seal out water, and they'll keep you comfortable during winter sports or hikes in snowy or rainy conditions.

Do You Need a Softshell?

Softshells are made from woven fabric, and they have much more flexibility than hard shell outerwear. Softshells are popular choices for winter sports, and most softshells are windproof. Although they aren't waterproof, softshells are made from water-resistant material, so they're suitable for use in light rain or snow.

If you're just running errands or doing light work, a fleece top is likely to be sufficient, but you could also choose to wear a softshell. However, if you're involved in high-impact activities or you find yourself in a storm or a downpour, you will probably need a ski jacket in order to have enough insulation.

Looking for more? Browse snow pants, balaclavas, and snow boots at Public Lands today.