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Bonfire Chroma Snowboard Jacket


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Description: Bonfire Chroma Snowboard Jacket

The Bonfire Chroma Snowboard Jacket is designed to be the perfect piece of performance clothing, with quality and durability that will make it your new favorite snowboarding accessory. The thermal linings keep you plenty warm, but the material is still plenty breathable to ensure that you can be comfortable while pushing your limits. The outside boasts waterproof coating and critically taped seams, rounding out the Chroma as a great companion for any rider that is looking to keep warm on the snow.

Key Features of the Bonfire Chroma Snowboard Jacket:
  • 7,000mm Waterproof
  • 5,000g Breathability
  • Critically taped seams
  • WARM: brushed tricot lining
  • Snap tite system
  • Fine tune cuff adjust
  • Snape back powder skirt
  • FIT: Classic


Past Season Product

5.0 / 5.0
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Great Jacket
My top button snapped off my first time putting it on, and there wasn't an extra snap button set that came with it (luckily my pants came with one)which was kind of annoying but not really a big deal. The snow liner kind of rides up on you after getting off a lift but it has buttons that snap into the matching pants (which I don't have). Other than that it's a really solid jacket, I took it to Mt. Hood which unsurprisingly had wet snow, and I never got wet! I also used it on some runs down the backside of Mt. Bachelor in a couple feet of powder and the liner did a decent job of keeping snow out. For the price it's a steal and better than some more expensive jackets I've had
November 27, 2013

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Stephen H on Dec 12, 2013