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Ride Ballard Snowboard Jacket

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Description: Ride Ballard Snowboard Jacket

Winter has never looked better when you are rocking the Ride Ballard Snowboard Jacket for men. Whether hitting the park and pumping out new tricks or cruising the backside steeps, the Ballard will have you looking good and riding in style. With a waterproof rating of 10,000mm, you will stay warm and dry even when the blizzard begins. The mesh lined vents give you the perfect amount of breathability, while the powder skirt and removable hood provide extra protection when you need it. The plaid flannel lining will have everyone wishing they had your jacket, and the extra pockets will keep all essentials in order.

Key Features of the Ride Ballard Snowboard Jacket:
  • 10,000mm Waterproof
  • 5,000g Breathable
  • Critically Taped Seams
  • Attached Powder Skirt with Loops That Snap to Pants
  • Mesh-Lined Vents
  • Velvety Comfort Chin Guard and / or Inner Collar
  • Adjustable Cuffs
  • Ergonomic Adjustable Swivel Hood with Hidden Side Adjustments
  • Bottom One-Handed Draw Cord Adjustment
  • Inner Media Player Pocket
  • Lift Ticket Self-Fabric Loop
  • Front Micro-Fleece Lined Toaster Pockets
  • Key Clip in Front Pocket
  • Shell with Plaid Flannel Lining
  • Removable Hood
  • Heather Herringbone Fabric
  • Classic Fit


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was looking for something that would be waterproof but not super heavy and this is it. good on a colder day with a sweater underneath, good on a warmer day by itself with a tee shirt. breast pockets arent awesome cuz its just one button on the side but the others are good zippered pockets. dope inner print. stoked overall on it.
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March 13, 2015
9 months ago
great for layering
This jacket is not insulated, so if it gets well below zero, you need to layer proper. Overall, great jacket.
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January 20, 2015
San Diego, CA, US
Age: 25-44
11 months ago

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Patrick N on Jan 29, 2014
Husband needed a new coat!
Erin V on Dec 14, 2013
Great fit, been using it for a year and still looks new.
Rojing R on Jan 19, 2014
style and function
Patricia M on Dec 4, 2013
Is it warm?
mark b on Jan 2, 2015
Best Answer: It does not have any insulating n. It is a shell. If you are active and moving it is fine. I bought this for my nephew who teaches snowboarding and skiing. He is a big Ride fan. He adds an Under Armour heat shirt under it and a hoodie if it is really cold.
Reply · Report · Carol M on Jan 3, 2015
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do ride snowboarding jackets run big?
A shopper on Oct 10, 2013
Best Answer: Think they're pretty consistent with the industry.
I'm about 5'9", 150lbs and wear a medium.
There's (a lot of) room to layer; I'm talking a puffy jacket underneath would fit - although I wouldn't ride wearing that much.
Also think snowboard jackets should be a bit bigger so they won't restrict movement.

Only problem I have is that the sleeves are a bit long.
Reply · Report · Jack L on Oct 11, 2013
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