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Choosing the Right Jacket for You: Women's 2020

By Ashley Davidson on

While TREW may be best known for our bibs, we don't skimp when it comes to our jackets; what is a rad pair of bibs without an equally rad jacket to top it off, right?

Your TREW Jacket Option

Rugged, functional, and stylish are just a few words we throw around when we talk about our gear, and our jacket lineup for this year is no exception. The Stella is our original women's jacket, and over the seasons it has been carefully tweaked and modified, with help from our beloved customers, to become what she is today. With a full-packed spec sheet and some rad new colors, we're confident that you'll find this little lady to your liking, whether you spend your time on or off-piste. 

We do also have our line of men's jackets that make for great options for women as well, although if you go this route you should consider sizing down at least one size.

^ Our best-selling Stella Jacket being put through its paces, in Plumly Black and Greenroom.

Unless you're able to try on at our PDX Store or at one of evo's locations, we know it can be difficult to gauge if the Stella is the right jacket for you. So below, we've executed a deep-dive to show what the Stella brings to the table in terms of features, style, fit, and more in hopes of guiding you to pick the perfect one for you!

The technical shell to rule them all: The Stella Jacket

The Stella Jacket screams high performance and unrivaled function for those backcountry-touring, resort-lapping badass babes out there, boasting our top-notch PNW 3L shell material that can stand up to even the worst elements, hence the origin of the material name (Performs in Nasty Weather). 

^ The Stella (pictured in Moab) is our #1 touring/resort jacket. 

With well-placed pit zips, bombproof construction, and thoughtful storage options for everything you need (plus that breakfast burrito you’ve been nursing since 6am), the Stella checks all the boxes. Just pair it with the Chariot Bibs or Powder Pants, and you'll be good to go, all Winter long.

While we could talk gear for days, let's dive into the lowdown and show you just what makes the Stella tick:

The Stella

Shell Material

3L PNW Fabric 

Waterproof + Breathability Rating

20,000mm Waterproof/Breathable (20k/20k)




Modern freeride fit engineered for women: articulated for movement and sized for layering, yet tailored for a flattering fit through the waist and bust.


  • Two internal stretch-mesh drop pockets
  • Two vertical zip chest pockets, one with cord port
  • Zip hand pockets
  • Zip wrist pass/stash pocket

Powder skirt


Wrist gaiters

Zipper pit zips


RECCO® reflector


Rubber-tipped cordage zipper pulls


Water-resistant zippers on all exposed openings


2-way adjustable, helmet-compatible hood



22 oz. (size M)


Jacket-Picking Hot Tops from TREW:

All of our jackets are sized to allow for plentiful layering underneath, so when choosing your size you will not need to size up if you plan to layer. 

The Stella Jacket can be a bit tight in the hip region and we do recommend that folks pay extra attention to the hip measurement on our sizing guide. In many instances, sizing up is a good choice for those ladies out there with larger hips or a more hourglass shape.


Have a question or want to double check with us before making the plunge on a model or size? Email our team at and we can help you out! 

We also offer easy returns and exchanges, so if you order the wrong size or want to change styles it's no big deal to swap out. See our Returns + Exchanges page here for more info.

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