|Material:||Recycled Micro Ox|
|Venting:||Yes, Dual Underarm Ventilation|
|Pockets:||2 external 1 internal|
|Zip In Compatible:||No|
|Recommended Use:||Skiing, Casual Use, Street Wear, Winter Wear, Snowboarding|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Holden Puffy Woods Snowboard Jacket
Rip it up this winter in the Holden Puffy Woods Snowboard Jacket Bone/ Classic Blue for men. Designed to promote an eco-friendly environment, while keeping you safe from the elements, this stylish jacket is perfect for all of your excursions. Boasting a 10,000mm waterproof rating and fully taped seams, slip into this steezy jacket for a comfortable day on the slopes. Whether kicking back in the park, or tearing through the trees at full speed, the 200g polyfill insulation will keep you warm, but the breathability will make sure you do not overheat. This classic weave jacket fits like a glove and provides the style and mobility you demand.
- 10,000mm Waterproof
- 5,000g Breathable
- Insulation: 200g Polyfill
- Taping: Taped Seams
- Fabric info: Micro Ox: Inspired by the clean, utilitarian fabrics found in military uniforms, this hard-working oxford weave is made of 100% poly and has a rich, smooth character that drapes and moves naturally. It has a solvent-free lamination and PFOA-free DWR.
- Eco-friendlier features: Recycled fabric with 10K/ 5k PFOA free DWR with Solvent-free lamination, Recycled poly lining, Ships in Biodegradable bag
- Hood adjustment
- Underarm vents
- YKK zippers
- Zippered Tech Pocket with Audio Port for headphones
Other than that, it looks slick, and appears to be very well made. The hood is well insulated to keep your dome warm,. The two giant pockets with the snaps in front are just for decoration, but there are 2 giant well insulated pockets for your hands on the sides, (with zippers) that fill those spaces. Not a big deal at all IMO. You'd rather have side pockets for your hands, that zip up; over snap top loading pockets anyways.
I think this jacket runs slightly snug, as most do these days. The slim look in in. So if you're in between 2 sizes, or have a broad build, go with the larger size. Only if you have a slim build, will the true size fit you well. It's a little restricting at the bottom of the jacket, (where your thighs start) which is why I sent in my Large in for an XL.
I have not taken this out on the slopes yet, but I'd imagine it would need to be pretty cold out for this jacket.
Great jacket over all. VERY WARM!!!