|Pockets:||2 exterior 2 interior|
|Zip In Compatible:||
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Bonfire Arena Snowboard Jacket - Womens
The Bonfire Arena Snowboard Jacket may look simple and eloquent, but the picture underneath the exterior tells a much different story. The combination of nylon material and quality lining make it one of the most durable and comfortable jackets on the market. This is reinforced with 20,000mm waterproofing and 15,000g breathability ratings, verifying that this jacket will keep you warm and dry even in harsh environments. Overall, the Arena is one of the best women's items available today.
- 20,000mm Waterproofing
- 15,000g Breathability
- Fine Tune Cuff Adjust
- Fine Tune Hood Adjust with Removable Fur
- Snap-Tite System
- Lift Ticket Loop
- E.G.O Pocket
- Ear Toaster Panels
- Pass Pocket
- Goggle Pocket
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wore this jacket in japan (snowing the whole time) and it handled it with ease. great jacket
Wore this jacket in Japan (snowing the whole time) and it handled it with ease. Great jacket.
"Nice looking jacket"
This jacket is great! I helped my friend pick this jacket and she really likes it! The size is just right, and the style is very simple but stylish.
"Decent warm jacket"
great jacket for wearing on the slopes or as Apres. It is stylish with a woven type of fabric and faux fur hood. The pockets are functional and look good. the jacket will keep you warm and dry - with plenty of room to layer if needed. Bonfire make quality outerwear
"Good for the Price $68"
Bought a '686 smarty nouveau' before I saw this jacket (and bought it too, yes I have issues!) and when that arrived, it was full of good suprises. This jacket was a bit disappointing. The jacket is big around the arms and shoulders and small and the base. This would be a big problem if you are 'pear shaped', esp. since the front zip is one way (fortunately I'm slim hipped but, NOT a fan of one way zips!). Sleeves are on the long side and cuff adjustment looks smart but is not effective. Hood is overlarge and projects well forward (looks like you are peering out of a tunnel which is probably why the model is holding the hood in a more flattering position in each 'hood shot') Large hood will be practical in keeping snow off your face and help in keeping hood from falling back off your helmet (it has hozizonal and vertical adjustment). I wonder if the small pocket built into the skirt is supposed to be the pass pocket. I can't find any other pass pocket and this pocket is too low for autoscan in Japan and poor access for manual check in NZ and OZ Looks like I will be wearing an arm band). Front cargo pockets also have zipped side pockets underneathe. A heavy jacket that I think will be warm. Long line covers butt well, with good 'drip-line' to keep you dry. Waist draw cord gives a flattering shape, and will help keep you warm.