For night riders, so to speak.
When riding season rolls around and you realize you blew all your money on vintage record covers, zip up the Analog Asset Jacket and get ready to do some after-dark slopeside fence-jumping. First stash your goggles and MP3 player in their dedicated pockets to make sure you’re fully accessorized during your shady activities.
- Durable ripstop nylon means you don’t have to worry about unraveling and riding buff when you catch a little snag on the backside fencepost
- Stealth cinch hood means easy modifications
- Throw in your removable powder skirt for the transition from trespasser to powderhound
- Adjustable hemline controlled from within fleece-lined hand-warmer pockets means you don’t have to expose your digits to the frost when you want to snug up
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The one asset you're missing
So you've got steeze, homies, and tricks but you're missing one asset up on the mountain...THIS JACKET! Get there while you can!!
Great all season long
Last year I purchased the 2009 Analog Perimeter Jacket and Pants which I rode with all year long in the mountains of Colorado and never had a single problem, except for on warmer days when I got too hot because they're insulated. So this year when Analog came out with the Asset Jacket and Pants, which is similar to the Perimeter line but with no insulation, I knew I had to have this jacket and its matching pants for those warmer days when I don't need something as heavy.
Team rider Alex Andrews talks Analog outerwear
Wonderin about how well this jacket does...
Wonderin about how well this jacket does in powder, Any experiences from last years model, anyone? Will it stay dry?
This jacket is great you get a jacket to pants interface for snowy day. Call it a powder killer