What else could a girl need? (Besides snow to ride on.)
686 decked out the Women's Smarty Cadence Jacket with any little feature that could make an unexpected powder day even better. Fully waterproof breathable fabric and fully taped seams keep you completely dry, and an included Smarty fleece liner hoody adds a helpful touch of warmth. One cuff has a lift pass pocket with a viewing window, and the other cuff has a built-in mirror. (Who knows when you'll be riding the chair with that one patroller again?) And a removable powder skirt and hand gaiters with thumb loops block the snow out completely.
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I'm wondering about stock too? I'd love a...
I'm wondering about stock too? I'd love a medium in magenta.
Unfortunately we do not have anymore coming in. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Are you guys getting any of the Smart...
Are you guys getting any of the Smart Cadence Jackets in Magenta in stock this season? I'm looking for a size small.
This jacket is great :) I saw it in the shops and bought it from this site for half price (I'm in Aust). Love all the storage pockets and removable thermal jacket. It fits great and isn't too bulky but still very warm! :):) LOVE IT :)
Dogfunk quickly processed my return of the medium-size jacket and I received the large which provides a loose, not sloppy, fit and looks great on this older-lady snowboarder. The length is perfect, just over the butt. I like that the fleece liner is removable and can be worn alone. Actually, I wear the liner on its own as a separate layer under the shell. I wear the liner hood under my helmet and, when cold and windy, the shell hood over the helmet. I've been on the mountain several days in wet snow and wind and stayed warm and dry and looking sharp.
Beauty jacket, sizing a bit off
I received the jacket within 4 days of ordering! It is beautiful and as described. While my measurements are within the Medium range, the fit is too snug to accommodate more than a base layer. I'm returning and ordering a Large and hope to be able to comment on the technical aspects of the jacket soon. Cold and snowy here in Idaho!