Absolutely, Patagonia jackets are good for skiing because of the performance in snow, using Gore-Tex or H2No® membranes, and versatility.
Patagonia is one of the few brands that really makes it worth buying ski jackets due to providing only the important features and not stuffing to showcase.
If you really want to level up your ski games then I would suggest you go for the jackets of Patagonia that either have 3 layers of H2No® or better if you can increase your budget to go with 2,3 layer Gore-Tex.
I know I am giving too many compliments on Gore-Tex but you know I can’t lie.
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Other features that help Patagonia jackets to stand out are providing a built-in Recco reflector in all ski jackets, Handwarmer pockets on place, Internal drop-in for goggles or gloves, low-profile power gasket, and heat venting zip.
Here is the table of few jackets from Patagonia that’ll not regret.
|Index||Ski Jackets||Shell Fabric||Best Use|
|1||PowSlayer||3-layer Gore-Tex Pro, 40d Nylon Ripstop||Backcountry Touring|
|2||Primo Puff||2-layer Gore-Tex, 75d polyester plain-weave||Warmest Ski jacket|
|3||Insulated Snowshot||2-layer H2No, 75d polyester||Resort/Downhill|
|5||SnowDrifter||3-layer H2No, 75d polyester||Balanced Alpine Touring Jacket|
|6||Untracked||3L Gore-Tex with Stretch, 70d nylon||Big Mountain Skiing|