I am looking to purchase a ski jacket. I want it to be warm in the temperature range of -5ºC to -13ºC and have decent impermeability characteristics. I am female, my height is 163cm, my weight is 52kg. I have presently found two jackets that I am interested in:
I am stuck between both of these, because I can not find the temperature/insulation range characteristics for the warmth layers. Both have 20K mm of impermeability.
Helly Hansen has 60g/m2 of Primaloft Black ECO layer insulation.
Salomon 100g/m2 of Advanced Skin Warm.
Please advise, if anyone knows the difference between these two insulation layers "Primaloft vs Advanced Skin". Which jacket will suit better for the temperature range I require, of -5ºC to -13ºC.