With so much going on at the slopes, the Analog Altar Snowboard Jacket handles unpredictable weather and gives you super comfort as well as slick casual style you'll love. Created with a comfortable loose fit, well insulated with 60g polyfill, an adjustable contour hood, waterproof and breathable materials design throughout, a sound port media pocket to house your devices, and reliable armpit ventilation when the moisture's bothersome, the Altar Snowboard Jacket has it all and is well worthy and durable for many seasons to come.
Key Features of The Analog Altra Snowboard Jacket:
Coated Poly Twill
60G Polyfill Insulation
Engineered Sublimation Art
Removable Waist Gaiter with Jacket to Pant Interface
I ordered this one just to have that crazy heavymetal graphic. It's insane, looks really true like leather jacket with jenas vest and hood sweathirt underneath!!! Doesn't have pit zips, but you can half open the sleeve zips and they work just fine. I didn't notice, that this is the team fit jacket, so for casual wear, I would go for S, for snowboarding M is ok. Can't imagine what XXL would look like :-
This jacket is a blast. Only problem was the other guy wearing the same jacket riding the same runs as me the first morning I wore it. Are you kidding me? Never seen it before and there it was (at least his was blue, I have the grey). We did share a laugh though (as if we were from the same biker gang). Best part of this jacket is that it is exactly the same quality as my other plain black Analog jacket. We got pounded with snow and wind and this jacket performed extremely well. If you are looking for a jacket, don't think this one performs any less because of the look or the removable sleeves, it doesn't
Styling wise this is one of my favorite jackets from AG in a long time. It is a great fit. It is longer in overall and sleeve length. The breathability is not the best and with the zip off sleeves there are obviously no pit zips. Still highly recommended.
Esta campera con un estilo bien motoquero, mas bien sirve para andar en moto y aguantarse el frio o la lluvia que para subir a hacer snowboard. No es muy comoda para el deporte. Si efectiva para andar en moto en cualquier condicion de clima. La posibilidad de quitar las mangas le agregan versatilidad y estilo
When I first tried it at home, wanted to send it back. The sleeves are way too long, but when I rode in it, it was just fine. Kept me warm even in freezing winds and at the same time it doesn't make you sweat when temperature rises. Being a bit loose, there's plenty of room for a sweatshirt when it's really cold. Last but not least, I was really surprised when realized that I could zip it to my burton parts. The only drawback is the pockets. I wish it had more than 3, then it'd be perfect
Im ordering this jacket from the UK so can't send back easily! my chest size is 41" which size would you advise me order? i don't want it to be too big but still want to be able to ware layers under it comfortably. some of the reviews say its very big!? please help.
I have a 42" chest and just tried the size large Analog Altar Snowboard Jacket on. There is enough room in the chest to wear a hoodie underneath without it being too restrictive. The sleeve seem to be ultra long, which is a great thing because they won't slide up when you're grabbing tail while spinning switch back 10.