- 80g synthetic insulation keeps you toasty warm on those ball-clenchingly cold days
- Taped critical seams stop water from leaking through major stitching
- Rib-knit wrist gaiters and powder skirt stop snow from getting packed into unwanted territory
- Long fit keeps your bottom drier than your Mom's biscuits
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6' and 150lb, should i go medium or a large...
6' and 150lb, should i go medium or a large route?
If you go with a Large you will have a good fit with some extra room for layering or comfort, or smuggling snacks, whatever you want.
Does this coat progressively longer with...
Does this coat progressively longer with the larger sizes? Or just bigger around.. I would normally order a medium buts its not available in "inca gold"
I'm 5'2" and don't want to look like a gaper skier or something
With the other Airblaster coats I have worn they get slightly longer with the larger sizes, but they will also be bigger around. If you were to get a Large instead of your first choice Medium, you might be looking more "gaper skier"ish than you want to.
I'm 6'2'' 190lbs lean and the large fits me very well. No restrictions, got a little extra bagginess going on, so pumped to use this soon. My only complaint is the lack of inner pockets, everything else is fantastico.
Is the powder skirt on this fixed or...
Is the powder skirt on this fixed or removable?
The powder skirt is fixed.
Pass the Mustard!
I own this jacket in the Inca Gold, aka mustard. Great fit, especially for my long arms. Long in the body too. Love the simple style and fit. The amount of insulation is perfect for me, Its not too much, but definitely significantly warmer than a shell. I notice the Inca gold color is made from the Airblaster Baby Twill, which I really like. It has a little texture, not shiny, and good waterproofing. I think this jacket is a great price for what you get, especially from Airblaster. Back the Airpill and what Airblaster stands for->have fun with your friends snowboarding.