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Volcom Stone Block Snowboard Jacket


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Description: Volcom Stone Block Snowboard Jacket

Feel like a champ when you slip into the Volcom Stone Block Snowboard Jacket for men, and ride your best at all times. Offering a classic and timeless style you will love, the extra long fit is slim, while offering extra warmth and flexibility. The V-Science 2-Way stretch material helps you ride with agility and carve hard in comfort, while the high neckline and hood offer extra protection when blustery weather arrives. Offering a jacket-to-pant interface to lock out powder, and a 10,000mm waterproof rating to repel moisture when the storm clouds roll in, enjoy staying dry and warm all season.

Key Features of the Volcom Stone Block Snowboard Jacket:
  • 10,000mm/8,000gm
  • V-Science 2 Layer-Shell
  • V-Science 2-Way Stretch
  • Critical Taped Seams
  • Zip Tech Jacket to Pant Interface
  • 2-Way Adjustment Hidden Toggle Quick Cinch Hood
  • Super Suede Chin Guard
  • Mesh lined Zippered Vent
  • Stretch Adjustable Power Skirt
  • Powder Skirt Jacket to Pant Interface
  • V-Science 2 Way Cuff System
  • Brushed Tricot Lined Hand Warmer Pockets
  • Pocket Access Hem Cinch
  • Goggle Pocket
  • Noise Pocket
  • Stone Ticket Ring
  • Whistle Zipper Pull

Stone Block

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What does Technical Shell mean?

Rick v on Oct 27, 2015
Interesting question.... not a perfect answer. A simple shell jacket will be a basic non-insulated coat to block wind and water. Generally a technical shell will have moisture wicking properties, breathability, and hi activity features like venting. It will have a lining and possibly draw strings around the waist. Honestly, the line between the two is grey, and we go by what the manufacturer chooses to classify their product. I will leave this question available for others to comment on. I am curious to hear what they say.