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Quiksilver Quarter Snowboard Jacket

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Type: Insulated
Material: 100% nylon dobby
Insulation: 40g, Taffeta lining Insulation: 40g all over
Fabric Waterproof: 8,000mm
Fabric Breathability: 5,000g
Fit: Regular
Venting: Yes, Zipper closed mesh lined venting
Seams Taped: Critical
Powder Skirt: Yes, Tuck in your skirt system
Wrist Gasket: Yes
Hood: Hooded, Removable
Pockets: Zipper closed, brushed tricot lined hand warmer pockets along with Internal goggle pocket Glove loops and key clip
Zip In Compatible: No
Jacket-Pant Connections: No
Recco Reflector: No
Recommended Use: Skiing, Casual Use, Street Wear, Winter Wear, Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Quiksilver Quarter Snowboard Jacket

The Quiksilver Quarter Snowboard Jacket is one competitive snowboard jacket. The two key features that make it so competitive is its powder skirt and venting system. Not only will this jacket keep you super warm during the coldest parts of the winter season, but it will also keep you cool during the warmer parts of the winter season. Just unzip those vents and let the cool air filter through! Now as for that snow skirt, well get prepared to never get frozen to the core again! This Snowboard Jacket was specifically designed for the boarder who gets deep in powder and isn't afraid to take risks. The skirt is pretty heavy duty, so don't worry, no snow will get up in your toasty jacket and freeze you to your core!

Key Features of the Quiksilver Quarter Snowboard Jacket:
  • 8,000mm Waterproof
  • 5,000g Breathability
  • 100% nylon dobby
  • Taffeta lining
  • Insulation: 40gms all over
  • Zipper closed, brushed tricot lined hand warmer pockets
  • Zipper closed mesh lined venting
  • Removable hood
  • Internal goggle pocket
  • Glove loops and key clip
  • Ergonomic elbow
  • Tuck in your skirt system
  • Regular fit


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Tami A on Jan 16, 2014
It's my sons style, had the things he wanted in a jacket, and matched his boarding pants.
Kathy M on Dec 17, 2013
Good price and my son thought it was cool.
Julie M on Dec 23, 2013
color scheme, pattern, price
Dave C on Dec 7, 2013
Is this jacket warm?
And I live in Norway, so how much do you think the customs will cost? :)
A shopper on Jan 13, 2014
Best Answer: The Quiksilver Quarter Snowboard Jacket is warmer than the average snowboard jacket because of tht e Taffeta lining Insulation. IF you want to stay extra warm it's best to layer up. Check out the layering links below:


Mid Layers:

Base Layers:

Check out the International Shipping page for all shipping information HERE:
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 14, 2014
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Is this a warm jacket, that can be warm in -10 or -20? I hope you can answer!:)
A shopper on Jan 14, 2014
Best Answer: This jacket was awesome when I used it at Wisp in Deep Creek, MD during a whiteout/blizzard. It was warm but not too warm. Its best feature is the hood/neck. It comes up over your mouth and has drawstrings that allow you to secure it around your goggles. It keep the sleet off my face as well as keeping me at the right temperature. Glad I purchased it, it is way better than the 10 year old Burton Jacket it replaced.
Reply · Report · Tony Y on Jan 14, 2014
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Hey! I am 167 cm tall, and wounder if this jacket fit good in M or L? I want a baggy jacket :)
A shopper on Jan 17, 2014
Best Answer: Hey I am 175 cm tall and I actually had to get the small because the medium was a little big (both wide and long). But I don't really like a super baggy jacket, so you might like the medium. The small is big enough to wear a hoody under it comfortably. I'm about 155 lbs. Hope what I've told you helps!
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