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Volcom Nyala Insulated Snowboard Jacket - Womens 2014

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  • Insulated
Material: Polyester
  • 60g
  • Polyfill
Fabric Waterproof: 1,000mm
Fabric Breathability: 1,000g
Fit: Regular
  • No
Seams Taped: Critical
Powder Skirt:
  • No
Wrist Gasket:
  • No
  • Hooded
Pockets: 2 exterior, 2 interior
Zip In Compatible:
  • No
Jacket-Pant Connections:
  • No
Recco Reflector: No
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Casual Use
  • Street Wear
  • Winter Wear
  • Cold Weather
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Volcom Nyala Insulated Snowboard Jacket - Womens

Key Features of the Volcom Nyala Insulated Snowboard Jacket:
  • 600mm
  • V-Science Taffeta
  • Printed Lining
  • 60g Polyfill Insulation
  • Ykk Reverse Coil Zippers
  • Quick Cinch Hood Adjustment
  • Thumb Hole Cuffs
  • Logo's Ticket Ring
  • Reflective Dots
  • Stone Screen

Nyala Insulated

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Volcom Nyala Insulated Snowboard Jacket
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Eric A: Price, style and color. Jan 21, 2014
Leslie W: color Dec 19, 2013
A shopper asked: How water proof do you want you jacket if you know you will be falling because your learning ? Dec 9, 2013
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Bill D: When I know I will be working hard, generating heat and sweating, I prefer a jacket that is water resistant, meaning if I fall into a puddle, I will likely feel it inside, but if I am splashed it will likely run off. Getting wet inside while working out or working hard is ok, let it breathe, eventually you will be soaked with sweat and it is nice when that can leave too. Dec 9, 2013
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Matt GStaff: A jacket can only be considered waterproof if the rating is above 5,000 mm, anything below would be considered water resistant. A jacket with 5,000 mm of waterproofing material can handle dry snow and light rain. Being that sitting causes water to be pressed through the material a 10,000 mm (10k) would be second to Gore-Tex. Dec 9, 2013
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