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Material & care

Outer fabric material: 100% polyester

Insert material: 91% polyamide, 9% elastane

Filling: 100% polyester

Lining: 100% polyamide

Padding type: Warm padding

Membrane: Dermizax

Care instructions: Do not tumble dry, machine wash at 30°C, Machine wash on gentle cycle

Details

Sport: Alpine skiing

Weather: Snow

Collar: Hood

Collar: Lined, chin guard, high-fastening

Ventilation: Under-arm zips

Fastening: Zip

Pockets: Sleeve pocket, zip pockets, inside pocket

Fastening: Continuous front zip, lined

Hood: Detachable hood, adjustable

Pockets: Sleeve pocket, inside pocket, zip pockets

Sleeve cuffs: Adjustable hook-and-loop fasteners, elastic

Hood detail: Removable, drawstring, lined

Pattern: Print

Qualities: Breathable, waterproof

Number of Layers: 2 layers

Article number: Z1042F017-H11

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Robert Smith Robert Smith is a correspondent for NPR's Planet Money where he reports on how the global economy is affecting our lives.
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Correspondent, Planet Money

Robert Smith is a correspondent for NPR's Planet Money where he reports on how the global economy is affecting our lives.

If that sounds a little dry, then you've never heard Planet Money. The team specializes in making economic reporting funny, engaging and understandable. Planet Money has been known to set economic indicators to music, use superheroes to explain central banks, and even buy a toxic asset just to figure it out.

Smith admits that he has no special background in finance or math, just a curiosity about how money works. That kind of curiosity has driven Smith for his 20 years in radio.

Before joining Planet Money, Smith was the New York correspondent for NPR. He was responsible for covering all the mayhem and beauty that makes it the greatest city on Earth. Smith reported on the rebuilding of Ground Zero, the stunning landing of US Air flight 1549 in the Hudson River and the dysfunctional world of New York politics. He specialized in features about the overlooked joys of urban living: puddles, billboards, ice cream trucks, street musicians, drunks and obsessives.

When New York was strangely quiet, Smith pitched in covering the big national stories. He traveled with presidential campaigns, tracked the recovery of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina and reported from the BP oil spill.

Before his New York City gig, Smith worked for public radio stations in Seattle (KUOW), Salt Lake City (KUER) and Portland (KBOO). He's been an editor, a host, a news director and just about any other job you can think of in broadcasting. Smith also lectures on the dark arts of radio at universities and conferences. He trains fellow reporters how to sneak humor and action into even the dullest stories on tight deadlines.

Smith started in broadcasting playing music at KPCW in his hometown of Park City, Utah. Although the low-power radio station at Reed College in Portland, Oregon, likes to claim him as its own.

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