Saga's soft shell, riding specific hoodies do it all. I've worn mine skiing every day so far this season in pretty much every sort of weather condition you can imagine, we've seen very cold-windy conditions, warm spring like days, rainy days, and even a few powder days so far. With soft shell fabric, minimal stitching and the anti-pill brushed fleece lining, this hoodie breaths and wick moisture way better than those 600$ gor-tex trash bag jackets. And the fabric sheds snow very well from a wipe-out or even when its snowing heavily. The massive hood and adjustable cinch is a perfect fit over a helmet (Witch is my preferred way to wear it), and the huge supper stretchy cuffs and hem fit really well under or over mittens and gloves, witch is a feature you don't see in most ski hoodies, the cuffs and hem are totally non restrictive. It also works perfect as a layering piece under a jacket on very cold and or deep powder days. The fit is fairly tall but also slim enough with plenty of room to layer under when it gets cold. I'm like 5 11', average build and went with the 3XL for extra length and room for layering underneath, just cause its Saga and its a 3XL, dosent mean its going to sag down to your ankles, just pay attention to their sizing chart and choose whats best for you. As for mine it sits about 2 inches above my knees and isn't too slim or too wide either.
I'm honestly having a hard time finding a reason for any skier not to own one of these. It has everything I look for in a ski hoodie. The riding specific pullovers from Saga are a must have for any type of skier (at a price that's hard to beat). Saga really outdid themselves with the riding pullovers this year.