Stay dry longer with the 10,000mm of waterproof material and stay comfortable with the 5,000mm of breathability.
The microporus coated and made out of 100% poly twill solids and 100% acrylic plaid warn dye bronco plaid
Key Features of The Analog Glasgow Snowboard Jacket:
Micropourous Coated 100% Poly Twill - Solids
100% Acrylic Plaid Warn Dye - Bronco Plaid
Removable Waist Gaiter with Jacket to Pant Interface
Looks great. Kept me warm. Enough room for multiple layers. I wore it with thermals, tshirt and jumper. I found the arms to be slightly too short, when i put my hands in those thumb hole ninja hand attachments in the jacket it cut off blood flow to my thumb. Hood detaches easy. Which is a pro and a con. Stoked with the jacket. Was something different to what you see everyday. Plus it performs
This jacket is definitly worth the money. It is really warm even on a blizzardy white out and zips to the matching pants for those pow days so you dont freeze after the first few drops. The zippers around the wrist can sometimkes get caught on the fabric, but thats only a minor problem
I Purchased this jacket as my first snowboard jacket, I am about 5'11 and 85 kg's. I bought the jacket in medium. The Cut of the jacket is more in line with street wear, being the length of the jacket is cut a little higher and slimmer than usual, something to bear in mind for sizing. With the cut in mind I can wear a thermal and thinner fleece/hoodie underneath...anything bulkier would be a tight fit. Jacket has heaps of pockets, side vents and a removable hoodie attachment. The sleeves were a little long on me (over my knuckles) but i just unzip them halfway and they sit nice over the bulk of my gloves. Jackets material is a heavy twill type material in comparison to the usual nylon materials used in snowboard jackets. Overall i really like the way this jacket is put together and yeah paired it up with burton cargo's in haze colour it looks awesome
This jacket is super warm and is a medium weight. It also has the ability to connect to the pants with a zip to make it near impossible to get wet inside on those waist deep days. It has plenty of pockets to store all you gear. These is another con about the jacket and it is that the hood has these annoying butons that come loose all the time. But the cons ive listed are only minor things that dont take away the jackets performance.
I put it on as soon as I got it and i thought it was too big, unless snowboard jackets are supposed to be bigger/baggier than usual. The reason I returned it was because in person, it just wasn't my style. I like the looks of it, but I just couldn't pull it off. I never wore it outside or on the slopes so I can't say anything about the warmth, however, it did feel heavy enough to keep you warm
Plaid's fabric had great look and feel to it, but felt the true black would look good on and off the mountain. Insulation felt good enough that I wouldn't need to layer too much. I'm 5' 6 and the size small was overwhelming. Sleeves were way too long. Perhaps make an XS size? The metal zippers fit the style but I would have liked to seen them sealed against the elements. They also got caught in the fabric a lot making it hard to use. I think if Burton Mark XIII designers took a crack at this design it would be a definite purchase for me
Got it cheap from a local market. Looks so awesomely stylish, but even its appearance hints: hey I'm just a light city-to-park gear! It's slim, so no space for chest/back protection inside, little left for fleece hoodie. Can't get a size larger, sleeves are too long. Even with fleece under, it's cold! Basically jacket's a windstopper, a heavy and bulky one. Good thing's you still can wear it going to a local club or pub after your park session, while others have to care and change their jackets