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Oakley Minaret Snowboard Jacket


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Description: Oakley Minaret Snowboard Jacket

Give the Oakley Minaret Snowboard Jacket a chance and never look back! Oakley has a time tested design process that stands up to the elements as well as any of their competitors, and the Minaret certainly stands up to that level of quality. This snowboard jacket has a fixed, contoured hood that excels in keeping wind and water at bay, and a storm flap that ensures the zippers will not leak through. Also included on the Minaret model is a pit venting system, durable critical taped seams and thinsulate insulation. Nothing can beat this Oakley Minaret Snowboard Jacket out on the mountain!

  • Key Features of the Oakley Minaret Snowboard Jacket:
  • OOR - Hood 3
  • Fixed Hood
  • OOR - Drop Tail
  • Basic Cuffs
  • Storm Flap with Velcro and Snap
  • Pit Venting
  • Shell: 100% Polyester (TO-33)
  • Coating: Hydrogauge 10
  • Insulation: Thinsulate Fill (Body 80g, Hood and Sleeves 60g)
  • Fit: Regular
  • Critically Taped
  • Elastic Accessories Pocket
  • MP3 Buttonhole
  • Snap Storm Skirt Connection with Lycra


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very good quality, true to size. I bought a medium 5ft 11" 150 lbs , fits good . awesome service from the house! Definitely would purchase again !
December 28, 2014
over 2 years ago
That Oakley Minaret Snowboard jacket is great..i was the best shopping I've made last winter
November 5, 2014
over 3 years ago

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is the lighter blue Oakley's Jewel Blue? Trying to match with Oakley's Jewel Blue snowboarding pants.
A shopper on Sep 22, 2014
How is the jacket?
A shopper on Dec 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I like it a lot. The thinsulate tech is definitely not too bulky which was my main concern as I usually prefer to just layer under a good shell; it's really not much beefier than a proper shell. A good baselayer with a t shirt is all I've really needed beneath it (Colorado) and maybe a light fleece for gnarly cold days. I've only put about five days on mine so I can't speak to durability too much, but so far everything seems to be fine. The zipper has finer teeth which has caused it to peel from the bottom once or twice, but it's not gotten jammed or anything, I've just been more mindful when zipping up to make sure the ends are aligned properly and since then it's not been an issue.
My pants weren't compatible with the powder skirt so what I did was took an old fabric belt and bought a snap button kit for five bucks and made my own adaptor. It seems to work pretty well.
I'm 6'3" and the large fits me perfectly.
Happy trails