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Oakley Haver Eco Snowboard Jacket - Womens

Oakley Haver Eco Snowboard Jacket
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Description: Oakley Haver Eco Snowboard Jacket - Womens

The Oakley Haver Eco Snowboard Jacket is the epitome of cool, but will keep you oh-so-warm! Not only is it completely waterproof, it is insulated with 50% recycled polyester. The Oakley Haver is also insulated with Thinsulate Fill so it keeps you warm, without all the bulk. It features an awesome hood magnet system in a stylish pullover style - you don't have to sacrifice fashion for function and warmth. Not only are there hand warmer pockets, but there's also a media pocket with headphone molded trim — perfect for when you're on the go! Luckily, you don't have to be a snowboarder to get all the benefits from the Haver Eco Snowboard Jacket.

  • Key Features of the Oakley Haver Eco Snowboard Jacket:
  • Regular Hood
  • Fixed Hood
  • Hood Magnet System
  • OOR - Cuffs
  • HDO Goggle cuff wipe
  • Pit venting
  • Pullover
  • Fully Taped
  • Inner Storm Flap
  • Wrist Gaiter
  • Microclear 2.0
  • MP3 Porthole with Molded Trim
  • Snap Storm Skirt Connection with Lycra
  • Shell: 05% Recycled Polyester, 50% Polyester (TO-31)
  • Laminate: Hydrogauge 20
  • Insulation: Thinsulate Fill
  • Fit: Regular

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stylish warm and hooded
Constance D on Dec 9, 2014
loved the company and colour
Nanette B on Dec 10, 2013
liked it
Kyle W on Dec 19, 2013
Is this jacket warm enough to snowboard in for somewhere like Colorado?
A shopper on Aug 20, 2014
Best Answer: Yes the Oakley Haver Eco Snowboard Jacket is warm enough to be used in CO. In really cold weather it's best to layer...If you want to stay warm in temperatures below freezing it would be a good idea to layer underneath. Check out the links below for layering tops.

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