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DC Data Snowboard Jacket - Womens

DC Data Snowboard Jacket
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Description: DC Data Snowboard Jacket - Womens

The DC Data Snowboard Jacket has been designed for women in mind and is great for any outdoors activity. This jacket is made with 100% polyester heather herringbone material that gives a 10,000mm waterproofing and 10,000g breathability. Also, it has 2 external and 2 internal pockets, with a stash pocket and media pocket so you can keep your more valuable belongings protected along with your body. With features such as these, it's no wonder the DC Data jacket is good for any situation and makes for a great piece to add to your winter wardrobe.

Key Features of the DC Data Snowboard Jacket:
  • 10,000mm waterproof
  • 10,000g breathability
  • Fit: standard
  • 100% polyester heather herringbone
  • Critically taped seams
  • 80g polyinsulation
  • Taffeta ripstop lining
  • Mesh lined venting
  • Waist gaiter
  • Lycra cuff gaiter
  • Media pocket
  • Inside mesh stash pocket

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Is this extremly warm?
A shopper on Nov 26, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The warmth of the DC Data Jacket depends on where you wear it. For instance, if you wear the Data Jacket in Costa Rica it will be much warmer than if you wear it in Antarctica.

Overall the DC Data Snowboard Jacket is warmer than the average non-insulated snowboard jacket. It has 80 grams of poly fill insulation combined with 10k mm and 10k g of waterproofing and breathable material that make this jacket DRY and BREATHABLE; which are to of the most important things that will keep you warm.

If you're in conditions colder that 10° F you might want to wear a base or mid layer. Check out the links below to see some layering options.

Base Layer: http://www.the-house.com/firstf.html

Mid Layer: http://www.the-house.com/flee-w-view-all-fleece.html