The bike frame on this bike has acheived the highest EFBe rating
on the MTB Hardtail Tri Test. This means the frame has passed a
comprehensive evaluation of the frames durability. The frame
withstood five fatigue tests with 100,000 cycles each. These
correspond to the loading cases present in standard bike operation:
Show the hill how stylish and comfortable a guy can be this season in the feature-rich and good-looking Analog Aero Down Snowboard Jacket for men! Built with waterproof and breathable shell material that keeps you dry without causing you to overheat while you ride, the Aero Down is also packed with the unbeatable lightweight warmth and compressibility of 600 fill power down so you never have to shiver on the lift. Critically taped seams mean moisture can't make its way into all that toasty down, and an adjustable hood is looking out for your dome when the rain starts to fall unexpectedly.
Key Features of the Analog Aero Down Snowboard Jacket:
I got this jacket two seasons ago and I have it to this day. When I know it is going to be cold on the mountain I throw this bad boy on and it never fails. Even with high winds this jacket holds up. When I wear this all I need is a tshirt underneath and I ride in the northeast.
I bought this jacket in Red Dawn right before the 09/10 season started. Super warm even when wearing a long sleeve shirt underneath. I've gone through a day of 10-17 degree weather and the only things that were cold were my hands. It's a very bright jacket and makes it impossible for friends to miss me on the mountain.
I got this jacket last year and it's amazing. I ride in the Northeast and it's usually around 15 degrees when I'm riding and I wear this and a tshirt underneath. It wicked warm and has huge vents under the arms in case you need to cool down. There is also plenty of pockets to store those road sodas for the lift, and it's comfortable. All-in-all a great down jacket
I bought this because I needed a new jacket. Overall, its a very very warm jacket. I dont wear this for the spring time boarding only on stormy/powder days. It fits well, true to size, and at a good price
My buddy let me borrow this jacket for a while when I took a road trip to visit him. Before we went boarding we went out just to mess around in the snow and the jack was a bit puffy for me. But while boarding, it kept me nice and warm. Be careful around sticks and stuff because the jacket actually ripped on a branch (the other material is thin) and feathers started coming out, so we had to liquid sow it up
Bought this jacket for the really cold temperatures on my trip to Japan and it performed really well. Kept the wind out and I don't remember ever feeling cold even with just thermals on underneath. Not the easiest to move around in when park boarding but for the really cold days this jacket fits the bill. Only problem was when I wore it and it was'nt cold enough, found my self having to undo the zipper to cool down as the vents didn't seem to be enough
I borrowed this jacket from a friend for a couple of weeks when mine ripped last season. It's very warm and comfortable which was great for the conditions I was in. My only complaints were that it isn't the most waterproof of jackets and on warmer days you will cook in it. Other than that if you can pick it up for 50% off it's worth getting!
This is overall a good jacket with some pros and cons. It is very warm so it is great for really cold weathers, but it might be too warm for 40+ degree weathers especially if you're riding. It is very comfortable. Another bad thing is that it is not the most waterproof jacket. So if it's snowing or if you fall down a lot while riding, this jacket might not be for you. Last thing is the price, even with the discount, it's still pricey and there are better jackets out there. In conclusion, I would recommend this jacket only if you can afford it and it wouldn't be a bad jacket for you to wear in freezing weathers