|Insulation:||80g, Poly Insulated with Orange Taffeta Lining|
|Venting:||Yes, Mesh Lined Vents|
|Pockets:||5 Exterior 2 Internal|
|Zip In Compatible:||No|
|Recommended Use:||Skiing, Casual Use, Street Wear, Winter Wear, Cold Weather, Snowboarding|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Ride Laurelhurst Snowboard Jacket
Superior tailoring and design are just the tip of the iceberg with the Ride Laurelhurst Snowboard Jacket for men. Under the enticing surface lies 80g Poly Insulation and critically taped seams for a super functional and warm jacket at a great value. With a waterproof rating of 10,000mm you will stay dry and toasty even when the storms pour in, and the breathable fabric will keep you comfortable even when you are working hard on the slopes. The Laurelhurst pledges top performance and value along with a killer style that you will take with you from the mountains to the streets.
- 10,000mm Waterproof
- 5,000g Breathability
- Critically Taped Seams
- 80g Poly Insulated with Orange Taffeta Lining
- Sherpa Lined Inner Collar
- Exposed Metal Zipper Chest Pockets
- Attached Powder Skirt
- Mesh-Lined Vents
- Velvety Comfort Chin Guard
- Adjustable Velcro Cuffs
- Attached Ergonomic Adjustable Swivel Hood
- Bottom One-Handed Draw Cord Adjustment
- Inner Media Player Pocket
- Lift Ticket Self-Fabric Loop
- Front Micro-Fleece Lined Toaster Pockets
- Elastic Bottom Hem at Sides for an Old School Bomber Look
Even though this is a men's jacket, it fits me well. I'm a 5'7" girl with broad (ish) shoulders and long arms. I kept ordering women's jackets that were too tight in the shoulders and too big everywhere else. A men's small was the way to go. I layer up when I go out, usually with at least a hoodie over my regular clothes and then this jacket on top. Plenty of room to maneuver.
The length on this jacket is really nice. It helps keep the snow out, and keeps my thighs warm. It's a replacement for my shorter North Face shell and fits over my North Face liner well. The length is one of the main reasons I kept this jacket.
Otherwise, it's plenty warm. It did well out in Vail this past week. Lots of pockets to keep all the small things separate.
Overall, good function and warmth factor. Love the look and fit. I wear it even when I'm not on the mountain. For the price it's a pretty good value.
3 months ago