Will this jacket work for skiing/snowboarding? I know it will be warm, but is it water-resistant/water-proof, and able to move in?
Very warm and light weight. Won't be a problem to move around in. Jacket size does run a little tight but it wasn't a problem for me. The label says it's coated to be waterproof but I have yet to actually test it out.
Yes, it is a great jacket for winter activities and it is water-proof. I mean it can't be submerged in water but water and snow repell off. The only thing is it is a very warm jacket so if you tend to work up a sweat when you are skiing, you might want to consider a lighter jacket. It moves great and is extremely warm if you are skiing in very cold climate. I live in Minnesota and it is very windy here so this jacket is perfect for that kind of wintery blast!!
I don't know about waterproof. But all the rest is yea.
I wear it for skiing and have no problems with flexibility and skiing. I am not positive it is water proof but do have to say that I didn't notice being chilly or wet at any time. Great jacket that isn't bulky and still warm. I bought it for the feminine cut and look.
Haven't worn it skiing but is exceptionally warm and really easy to move in. Water resistant to normal wear.
I purchased this jacket last year for skiing and it was very warm. I do not ski on rainy/snowy days so I did test the waterproof ability of the coat. It is definitely much warmer than my old North Face which was more of a traditional ski jacket. It is also very stylish, I bought the white and received many compliments. The jacket is not overly bulky for a down coat, I had no trouble moving around as well as buckling my kids ski boots and helping them get ready for skiing!
My wife did not try it yet but the jacket looks cool to me and my wife really likes it!