There are so many different types of women's snowboard jackets, it is hard to know where to start.
We've put together eight of the best women's snowboard jackets on sale in the UK for 2015 - so you can find the best one for your winter break.
Roxy Torah Bright Treeline Women's Snowboard Jacket
Are you one of those people that can't seem to stay warm when riding? This women's snowboard jacket from Roxy is exactly what you need.
It's waterproof up to 15,000mm with critical taped seams and super warm Thinsulate insulation.
It's got a slightly longer length than the rest of the collection. Ideal for charging through powder this winter or throwing yourself off kickers in the park.
Buy the Roxy Torah Bright Treeline jacket here
CLWR Women's Recruit Anorak Snowboard Jacket
CLWR do simple products really well.
We are loving this anorak style jacket from this season's collection. The long baggy style is ideal for park riding, slaying powder or just cruising around on piste.
It's highly waterproof and breathable (10,000mm) - and it comes in a nice burgundy colourway too, if polka dots aren't your thing.
Buy the CLWR Women's Recruit Anorak here
Patagonia Powslayer Women's Snowboard Jacket
If you're looking for a super high-end women's snowboard jacket this winter, look no further than Patagonia.
They make high quality, ethically friendly snow wear. OK, the price tag is pretty hefty but Patagonia goods will last you a very long time.
This jacket is specifically made for women who want to ride backcountry. It's super-waterproof, thanks to the Gore-Tex outer coating.
It's warm and durable, but also lightweight which is exactly what you want when you're hiking up a sketchy ridge.
Buy the Patagonia Powslayer Women's Snowboard Jacket here
Protest Katherine Women's Snowboard Jacket
It's got a 10,000mm waterproof and breathability rating - not super top end but perfectly fine for a winter on the slopes.
It's also got all the handy basics from vent zippers to a lift pass and goggle pocket.
For nearly £130, it's a good deal, particularly if you plan on riding a lot this winter.
Buy the Protest Katherine Women's Snowboard Jacket here
Westbeach Kasba Parka Women's Snowboard Jacket
We've been big fans of Westbeach for a long time. They just get women's outerwear right.
It's not too girly and the designs are pretty bang on - especially here with the new Kasba Parka.
It's waterproof up to 10,000mm with big pockets for storing your gloves and snacks for the day. It's so cool, you can easily rock it into the evening as well.
Buy the Westbeach Kasba Parka women's snowboard jacket here
Volcom Bow Ins Women's Snowboard Jacket
It's a more fitted design than other jackets. Just because it looks thin doesn't mean it's not warm.
It's packed with 80gm core insulation, so you won't look like the Michelin Man but you'll stay super toasty.
Buy the Volcom Bow Ins Women's Snowboard Jacket here
O'Neill Maad Women's Snowboard Jacket
This O'Neill women's snowboard jacket looks so rad, it could be a street wear item.
It was designed for freeski legend Maude Raymond. It's cut long like a parka and made with a washed canvas fabric.
It's also ultra waterproof and breathable with 20,000mm rating - so even if it starts raining on the mountain, you'll stay (relatively) dry.
Buy the O'Neill Maad Women's Snowboard Jacket here