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Planet Earth Fading Flannel Stripe Snowboard Jacket

Planet Earth Fading Flannel Stripe Snowboard Jacket
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Description: Planet Earth Fading Flannel Stripe Snowboard Jacket

If you want some great gear with from an environmentally friendly company try the Planet Earth Fading Flannel Stripe snowboard jacket. Made with recycled and recyclable materials this jacket is waterproof, breathable and comfortable. Fully taped seams, a detachable hood, and included powder skirt and wrist gaiters all help to keep you dry and warm as you shovel the driveway or hit the slopes. With an array of pockets to stash your goods and a great design from a green company you will be happy with Planet Earth.

Key Features of the Planet Earth Fading Flannel Stripe Snowboard Jacket:
  • 10,000mm Waterproof
  • 5,000g Breathability
  • SHELL: 2L 55% Recycled Poly blended with 45% Virgin Recyclable Poly
  • LINING: 100% Recyclable Embossed Polyester Taffeta, Therma Plush
  • COATING: 10,000wp/5,000br Hydrophilic PU/HVS
  • FIT: Progressive
  • All seams fully taped and seam sealed
  • 80/20 durable water resistant finish
  • Detachable adjustable hood
  • Rotated pit zips
  • Powderskirt
  • Pant/powderskirt attach snaps
  • Exterior chest pockets
  • Interior security pocket
  • Goggle pocket
  • Goggle wipe
  • Media pocket
  • Hand warmer pockets
  • Flat adjustable cuff closure
  • Recco
  • Wrist gaitors

Fading Flannel Stripe

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Waterproofing, sealed seams, shell, price
Brent L on Jan 2, 2014
my son picked it out
LISA A L on Dec 13, 2013
gift picked out recipient
Louis D on Dec 18, 2013
Is this insulated? Would it be warm enough to wear snowboarding with just a sweatshirt underneath ?
A shopper on Dec 16, 2013
Best Answer: No fleece inner liner. But with some under layers you should be fine. Thats my plan
Reply · Report · clay s on Dec 16, 2013
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is this just a shell?
A shopper on Dec 3, 2013
Best Answer: no, it is a top layer jacket, the colder the weather, the more layers you put under it. Balance layers with expected activity.
Reply · Report · Bill D on Dec 9, 2013
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