Street savvy style, pro-rider tested and approved.
Designed and tested by freestyle destroyer and 686 pro rider Atsushi Hasegawa, the 686 Reserved Sonic Insulated Jacket is at home cruising through the park, slashing some powder, or kickin' it after a day on the slopes. Featuring a waterproof and breathable Infidry-10 membrane, the Reserved Sonic Insulated Jacket will keep you dry in all but the wettest of conditions. Insulated throughout the body, as well as sleeves and hood, the Reserved Sonic Insulated Jacket keeps you comfortable throughout a whole host of winter conditions ranging from a bone-numbing 0° F all the way up to 32° F.
Although loaded with technical features for a day on the slopes, the Reserved Sonic Insulated Jacket doesn't forgo style in favor of form; colorblock design brings a bold, street-ready look. Additional noteworthy features include a right chest vent, snap-up adjustable powder skirt, and Fast-Pass pocket with retractable season pass holder.
- Waterproof(10K) and breathable(8K) Infidry-10 membrane
- Insulated throughout the body(80g), as well as hood and sleeves(40g)
- Critical seams taped
- Right chest vent zipper
- Snap-up adjustable powder skirt
- Fast-Pass pocket with retractable season pass holder
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I just got this jacket in Black, and it is dope. I picked it up because I love the 686 stuff and this seemed to be the warmest/driest/best looking for the amount of money I wanted to spend. So far I've had few great, early season days on it that have been amazing. This jacket is confirmed to keep you warm and dry. I'm talkin' t-shirt under the jacket when its 30 degrees out warm. A big selling point on this jacket for me was 80/40 poly-fill. This means theres 80g fill in the body and 40g on the sleeves for mobility. I have become wary of uber puffy jackets as well as down jackets. I spend a good portion of my winter in the Northwest, where even if its not snowing its wet. So for cold days up there down isn't really the best option because of moisture, how ever the poly fill jackets seam to be able hold their loft alot better than the down - so i'm stoked for this guy. Warmth is a big concern for me as I like to night ride a lot. So, another plus for this jacket is the cut. Its a little bit baggier than some other 686 Reserved stuff I have owned, this allows for tons of layering without a loss in mobility.
I wouldn't have bought this jacket if it didn't come with all the standards: wrist gaiters, powder skirts, good pockets, pass holder, this thing has the whole sha-bang. I'm 5'10" and wear a medium in this jacket and fits like a glove.
P.S. the front pockets a very warm and cozy if your mitts arn't quite doing the trick for ya