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Lib Tech Wayne Snowboard Jacket Parillo Print 2015

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Type: Insulated, One Piece, Technical Shell
Material: 100% recycled polyester
Insulation: 60g, Thinsulate™ insulation (60g/40g)
Fabric Waterproof: 20,000mm
Fabric Breathability: 20,000g
Fit: Regular
Venting: Yes, Mesh lined underarm vents
Seams Taped: Critical
Powder Skirt: Yes, Removable
Wrist Gasket: Yes, Lycra Ninja cuffs
Hood: Hooded
Pockets: Goggle pocket, Pass pocket left sleeve
Zip In Compatible: No
Jacket-Pant Connections: Yes
Recco Reflector: No
Recommended Use: Skiing, Winter Wear, Cold Weather, Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Lib Tech Wayne Snowboard Jacket Parillo Print

Raining at the bottom, snowing at the top, the constant freezing level fluctuations of the Northwest Cascades directly inspired the Wayne Jacket, our most technical, breathable, waterproof design. Cyclonic Fabrication to keep you dry in every condition imaginable. If it works in our wonderfully miserable Northwest home, it will work anywhere.

Key Features of the Lib Tech Wayne Snowboard Jacket:
  • 20K
  • Shell composition: 100% recycled polyester Thinsulate™ insulation (60g/40g)
  • Fully taped with Bemis™ tape reinforcement
  • Aqua Guard™ dual color zippers
  • Removable waist gaiter featuring jacket/pant connection system
  • Embossed logo on arm
  • Internal adjustable hem
  • Lycra Ninja cuffs
  • Mesh lined underarm vents
  • Goggle pocket
  • Poly whistle zipper pull
  • Removable neck gaiter


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Hi, My name is Turner and I plan on going to Mammoth Mountain to shred every other weekend. I am trying to find a new jacket that suits my style and will withstand whenever I'm out there when it's snowing 2 feet each day, but want a jacket that won't be too hot for those bluebird days. I'm thinking of this one and using some base layers to determine the warmth but am kind of skeptical since it is not gore tex as all of my other gear is gore-tex and has worked out amazingly. I have the Burton Ak 2l Cyclic pants, green, from the 2013-14 season so I'm thinking about getting the New burton ak 2l cyclic jacket in paradise color. Any advice?
Turner W on Nov 17, 2014
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