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Quiksilver Next Mission Print Snowboard Jacket

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Type: Technical Shell
Material: Polyester
Insulation: Lining, Quilted taffeta lining
Fabric Waterproof: 8,000mm
Fabric Breathability: 5,000g
Fit: Regular
Venting: Yes, mesh lined
Seams Taped: Critical
Powder Skirt: Yes, fixed
Wrist Gasket: Yes
Hood: Hooded, 3-way adjustable removable hood
Pockets: 3 external 2 internal
Zip In Compatible: No
Jacket-Pant Connections: Yes
Recco Reflector: No
Recommended Use: Skiing, Casual Use, Street Wear, Winter Wear, Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Quiksilver Next Mission Print Snowboard Jacket

Introducing a technical shell jacket known as the Quiksilver Next Mission Print Snowboard Jacket! This jacket consists of 50% recycled polyester and 50% polyester herringbone. The Quiksilver Mission Jacket provides a wonder regular fit and is lightweight enough for wearers to remain as active as they wish, but thick enough to keep them warm wherever they are. This jacket also comes with a mesh lining perfect for ventilation and giving you just enough air to not feel overwhelmed. Grab it at a store near you!

Key Features of the Quiksilver Next Mission Print Snowboard Jacket:
  • 8,000mm Waterproof
  • 5,000g Breathability
  • 50% reycled polyester/50% polyester printed herringbone
  • Quilted taffeta lining
  • 3-way adjustable removable hood
  • Micro fiber chin guard
  • Internal cuffs
  • Mesh lined venting
  • Fixed powder skirt
  • Loop and snap attachment system
  • Internal media and goggle pocket
  • Glove loops and key clip
  • Regular fit

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My son like it
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it's dope.
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