BNY Back-Country Ski Touring Jacket - Pink

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Key feature
Storage pockets for climbing skins.

User benefits

Internal brushed surface provides good thermal insulation
Moisture transfer keeps you dry while you are on the move.
Freedom of movement
Breathable and very stretchy fabric at the back.
385 g.
Ease of use
2 large pockets for storing skins during descents.
Environmental impact
Life cycle comparison: Warm women's jacket -

Technical card

Main fabric : 91.0% Polyamide (PA), 9.0% Elastane Yoke : 92.0% Polyester (PES), 8.0% Elastane
Designed to
back-country skiing
2 years


Sizing information
Active cut: Fitted cut and elastane-based materials provide an extra comfortable fit.
Absorption, Transfer, Quick Drying
Garments keep you dry on the inside. You won't be bothered by the perspiration your body generates during physical activities.
Component breathability
To find out whether a component is breathable, we test its evaporative resistance or RET (based on the ISO 11092 standard). The lower the fabric's resistance, the more water vapour generated by physical activity evaporates, and the higher the fabric's breathability.
Water repellent component
A fabric is water repellent when it allows water slide over its surface without seeping in. This prevents the fabric from swelling, and keeps it lightweight, breathable and warm. This is achieved through a treatment applied to the fabric's exterior. This treatment must be renewed throughout the garment's lifetime (after every wash). Water repellent treatment products are available in our stores. All Quechua waterproof overtrousers have received water repellent treatment.
A score for comparing products' environmental impact
The product's environmental impact is calculated across its entire life cycle using different indicators. An overall ABCDE score is attributed to help you more readily identify the products with the best environemental performance by comparing the same type of product (T-shirts, trousers, backpacks, etc.). Decathlon is committed to visually displaying environmental informationFor more information visit