The Jacket Has the same 25k ratings as the pants and the same level of insulation. Worn together they are really warm and perfect for those colder windy days. Its almost like wearing a sleeping bag you can ski in.
The sleeves on the Jacket are removable and there are large mesh pockets on the inside that you can store the sleeves in. Being able to wear the jacket as a vest is a nice feature but I did initially wonder what the seal on the arm would be like and if it could let moisture through but the zip attaching the arm is heavy duty and there is a good amount of material covering the zip. Even in heavy rain I have not found any water getting through. The arms are easy to remove and although you probably would not ride with the sleeves in the pockets inside all day it is nice to have somewhere to store them if you need to. There is a mesh inner lining and the jacket also has removable hiking suspenders which are pretty useful for hiking.
The Jacket has an over-sized hood which has a press stud to hold it out of the way when not needed, I do like this feature as often with baggier jackets especially landing switch I do find the hood can come up over my head. The Jacket has a total of 6 zipped mesh vents including 2 vertical vents either side of the back. When the two back vents are both opened they give some good air flow through the back to help keep you cool, combine this with the pit vents and although not a jacket perhaps for hot spring days you can keep cool.
There are 7 waterproof pockets all of which have the magnetic closing flaps. The main Zipper also has a magnetic cover and I really like the use of magnets. It does make it faster and more convenient to access pockets compared to press studs. The are large zippered cuffs and the seams in high wear areas are double stitched to improve durability. I have had zero durability issues with the jacket and it has held up really well. The fit is pretty huge but hey if you want baggy you will want this kind of fit.
I have been keeping an eye on Virtika for a few years now and when the outerwear turned up to test I was really stoked to try it and I'm pleased to say I am still stoked on Virtika after testing. No its not high end Arcteryx style but if your after good value for money, from a brand that is involved the freeski scene I think Virtika should be high on your shopping list.