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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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I'm 5'11 and about 175 lbs and I am wondering...

I'm 5'11 and about 175 lbs and I am wondering what size I would be that is loose (non-restricting in arms) but not super baggy or huge?

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Large will be a regular fit. It won't be restricting, it will be a little loose like any standard snowboard jacket. I suggest stepping up to XL to get some extra length out of the jacket. I'm 6 feet tall and wear XL jackets. They fit baggy but not huge, don't constrict, and look tons better than the standard large.

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Mr.Shredwise pretty much summed it up. You should have success with a large but XL may be the Golden ticket.

This jacket good for spring/fall like...

This jacket good for spring/fall like temperatures? And what size recommendation for a stocky man? XL?

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Yes, this shell jacket is good for mild winter weather. The sizing is generous..depending on your height, I would say a stocky man will want an XL if he is taller than six feet. Large if he is shorter than six feet.

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Yes I agree with Shredwise. This is a great jacket. If you layer you'll be warm as a just poured cup of hot cocoa. However when spring comes around nix the layers and enjoy the ride. This jacket dose run a little big. So depending on your size and style a Large will probably fit. However if you like it baggy and are over 6'ft you may want to grab the XL.

Green Analog Jacket

Green Analog Jacket

This jacket is not too baggy or too tight. I got a large and I'm 6'1 190. Buy it. The goggle pocket is a plus and the jacket is not too heavy.

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I'm 6'1 190 and the large fits me perfectly and still has the baggy look. I haven't took it up yet, but it feels warm and looks awesome. If you see a guy in orange pants and green jacket in Summit County, that's me.

Does it have zip link to the pants?

Does it have zip link to the pants?

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I'm pretty sure it does. This is the last year it will have it. So if you like it, get it while you can.

what size??

im 6'3" 180. i like my gear...

what size??

im 6'3" 180. i like my gear baggy but not like a giant poncho. L or XL?

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XL for the length in your arms. Large will be too short in the arms.

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what size??
i'm 6'3", 180. L or XL? I...

what size??
i'm 6'3", 180. L or XL? I like my gear baggy, but not like a giant poncho.

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Best Bang for your buck

INsane colors, insane style, insane tech. The lining in this jacket is AWESOME, similar to the Idiom Lining (Burton super exclusive high-end) from a few seasons back. Shoot your footy in this, you won't be missed.