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Baby Beluga, Baby Beluga - is this jacket warm? Yes.

When it's cold enough outside to turn your nipples to diamond-tipped spears, reach for the Airblaster Beluga Down Jacket.
  • The 20K-rated waterproof fabric laughs off blizzard conditions
  • Thermalite synthetic insulation keeps your pepperonis toasty without adding weight
  • Lyrcra wrist gaiters and the removable pow skirt provide a complete seal against invading snow.
  • Long fit will keep your behind high and dry

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2 5

UN-FUNCTIONAL

Unfortunately this is one of the most "un-functional" coats I have ever purchased. NONE of the zippers work on it. I tried to support a snowboarder owned company but I will pass on their products in the future. Too much style and too little function. Hope they get it together.

5 5

Dope cold day jacket

6'1 180 and Med fits perfect and arms long enough to cover gloves. Love this jacket on cold POW days with long sleeve under. Open vents when mashing and tuck under hood on lift and stay toasty.

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Unfortunately this is one of the most "un-functional" coats I have ever purchased. NONE of the zippers work on it. I tried to support a snowboarder owned company but I will pass on their products in the future. Too much style and too little function. Hope they get it together.

im 6'4 and around 200 lbs, since its a...

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im 6'4 and around 200 lbs, since its a "long fit" what size should i look into? xl or xxl?

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Go with the XXL because though it's a long fitting jacket, it's still fairly slim. XXL will give you the room you need for layering up, freedom of movement etc.

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I don't know dude... I'm 6'1" and 180 pounds and the medium fits great... I would think the XL would work for you...