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O'Neill Royalty Snowboard Jacket

ONeill Royalty Snowboard Jacket
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Description: O'Neill Royalty Snowboard Jacket

The O''Neill Royalty Snowboard Jacket is a perfect choice for a winter jacket that is great for casual wear or for participating in winter sports. This jacket has all of the essential features that are necessary to keep you warm this winter. Features include pockets that are perfect for holding your essentials (such as the audio and goggle pockets) and plenty of venting to provide optimum comfort. The O''Neill Royalty Snowboard Jacket is also long fit, waterproof and has high quality lining and insulation.

Key Features of the O''Neill Royalty Snowboard Jacket:
  • 5,000mm Waterproof
  • 8,000g Breathability
  • Micro Poplin 5K/8K GPS
  • CS Bomber Long Fit
  • 100% PL/Lining 100% PL
  • Mid-Weight Insulation
  • Critically Taped Seams
  • Articulation
  • Venting - Armpit
  • Firewall Insulation
  • Belt Connector System
  • Fixed Hood
  • Chin Guard
  • Inner Storm Placket
  • Audio Pocket
  • Goggle Pocket
  • Lift Pass Pocket - Velcro Closure
  • Adjustable Cuff - Elastic
  • Stow Snow Skirt


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bright colors...
Catherine D on Dec 15, 2013
Significant other loves bright jackets
Samantha D on Dec 2, 2013
Quality, Price, Reliability
Alan F on Dec 12, 2013
Is 5K insulation not enough for riding in mammoth mountain in 20th february?
I´m a little worried if this jacket is going to keep me warm and dry
A shopper on Jan 14, 2014
Best Answer: You can always layer up under the O'Neill Royalty Snowboard Jacket. The waterproof and breathability rating is good for light rain and dry snow conditions. Check out layering options below for extra warmth:


Mid Layers:

Base Layers:
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 14, 2014
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