Spyder Challenger Jacket

Priced: $129.99 - $165.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
Spyder Challenger Jacket
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The Spyder Challenger Ski Jacket's aggressive design and big Spyder graphic on the side make it a constant best-seller. Boys absolutely love it. With the Challenger Jacket, you can take the guess work out of dressing him. This coat is sure to keep him warm and dry whether the day calls for skiing, recess, or playing in the yard with friends. The waterproof rating on the Challenger Jacket is really high; in fact, it's exactly the same as what's in a lot of men's coats. The features are grown-up too - there's a powder skirt, removable hood, and plenty of pockets for all his gear. The Spyder Challenger is also a really comfortable kids' coat. The fabric stretches to give him plenty of mobility, and the insulation is warm without being bulky.




  • Brushed inner collar feels soft against skin


  • ThermaWeb (140g) insulation

Weather and Wind:

  • Xt.L laminate (10K, 10K), Spylon+ DWR treatment
  • Critical seam tape prevents moisture from seeping through outer seams
  • Stretch inner cuffs keep out cold air
  • Powder skirt prevents snow from coming up inside


  • 2 zippered hand pockets and 1 chest pockets on exterior


  • Spyder graphic at sides under arms
  • Custom Web Graphic at underarm and side panel


  • Mesh goggle pocket inside


  • Velcro adjustable cuffs fit around gloves to keep out snow


  • Nylon taffeta lining
  • Spylon DWR keeps water off fabric surface and resists liquid stains
  • Polyester stretch twill shell
  • Hem drawcord cinches to seal out cold air


  • Removable hood for weather protection


  • Data card pocket on lower sleeve holds ski pass


  • Snap-back powder skirt
  • Chamois Lens Wipe

Complement your boys' desire for speed at the ski resort with the Spyder Boys' Challenger Jacket. Its Xt.L laminate, taped critical seams, and Spylon+ DWR coating will keep him skiing all day long without getting wet. You'll love how durable the polyester stretch twill is, and he'll love how flexible it feels when he's riding. The ThermaWeb insulation provides long-lasting warmth without bulk. The powder skirt keeps snow out while he sits down to clip on his board, and the jacket's hood is removable for less hood-flap on bluebird days. 

With plenty of eight-legged character, the Spyder Challenger Jacket is sure to keep your grom warm and dry with its ThermaWebâ„¢ insulation and 10k / 10k waterproof breathabilty ratings. With a heavy duty powder skirt, a chamois lens wipe, and adjustable cuffs, this jacket will challenge any type of weather that blows in.

Berg's Ski Shop
Stand up to Old Man WInter in the Spyder Challenger ski Jacket, a sporty silhouette with a waterproof breathable exterior and generous insulation for warmth. Salute your ski style with the stitched-out Spyder logo on back and screen print bug graphic on front chest.
Zappos.com (Fall 2013)
Your adventurer won't ever back down from a challenge when he's this prepared.
Custom web graphic at underarm and side panel.
Critically seam taped.
Reverse coil hand and chest pocket zippers.
Brushed microfiber inner collar.
Powder skirt with gripper elastic and snap back feature that holds powder skirt away when not in use.
Hook-and-loop adjustable cuffs.
Interior stretch cuffs at wrist.
Data card pocket.
Internal mesh goggle pocket.
Drawcord adjustable hem.
Chamois lens wipe.
Machine wash cold, line dry.
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Battery Heated:No
Body:100% polyester stretch twill with Xt.L™ 10k/10k Laminate and Spylon+™ DWR.
Breathability:High Breathability (9000g-15,000g)
Breathability Rating:10,000g
Cinch Cord Bottom:Yes
Cuff Type:Velcro
Exterior Material:Polyester Stretch Twill with Xt.L Laminate with Spylon+ DWR
Fabric Rating:10K Waterproof / 10K Breathable
Hood Type:Removable
Insulation:100% polyester ThermaWeb™ (140g).
Insulation Type:Synthetic
Insulation Weight:140 Grams
Lining:100% nylon taffeta.
Lining Material:100% nylon taffeta lining
Model #:135062620010P
Pit Zip Venting:No
Powder Skirt:Yes
Shell Material:100% polyester stretch fabric with Xt.L waterproofing
Taped Seams:Critically Taped
Waterproof:Moderately Waterproof (5000mm-19,999mm)
Waterproof Rating:10,000mm
Waterproof Zippers:No
Wrist Gaiter:No
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Spyder Challenger Jacket Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Jacket is nice looking and my daughter loves it. She has not complained about being cold. However, we are not happy with the hood. Since it detaches there is open space around her neck. I expected better coverage in this price range. We make sure she has a fleece cowl neck to protect.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 12/27/2013
Chic and sporty. Warm yet lighter weight for a winter coat. This is the perfect everyday jacket for cold days and it will stand up to snow. True to size though shorter in length; if your child is very tall and you may opt for a larger size.
Tanya G - customer at Zappos.com on 12/06/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Great looking coat for my 7 year old, and very warm, but very disappointed in the zipper quality. Zipper CONSTANTLY got caught on the edge of the coat and he needed help to get it open. After 3 months the zipper finally broke right off and cannot be repaired!
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 02/05/2014

I bought this jacket for my nephew because he loved the look of the jacket. This jacket would be appropriate for somebody who is looking for a ski jacket without bulk.

Joyce Quinzel at Backcountry.com on 11/18/2013