For a gal from England, pro-rider Jenny Jones sure knows how to kill it in the terrain park and look good while doing so with the Billabong Women's Jenny Jacket. The Jenny boasts a 10K waterproof rating that handles just about anything the clouds throw your way. Targeted insulation helps your body maintain optimum core temperature while keeping bulk and weight to a minimum.
- 10K-rated fabric and fully taped seams shield you from the wet during a snowstorm or a neck-deep pow day
- Smooth internal lining for ease of entry
- Cozy polyester insulation throughout keeps your core warm
- Rider fit features a lengthened design and gives you plenty of unrestricted movement while you launch yourself off a kicker, play in the terrain park, or maneuver through tight trees
- Underarm vents ditch excess heat while you hike the pipe or ride nonstop runs
- Attached multi-adjustable hood shields your face and head from the elements
- Lycra hand gaiters, adjustable hook-and-loop cuffs, powder skirt, and stack snaps and loops for jacket-to-pant interface seal in warmth and block out the cold and snow
- Brushed micro-fleece internal chinguard offers comfort on cold, windy resort days
- Branded metal lift ticket holder for convenience
- Multiple external and internal pockets stash your goggles, tunes, tissues, pass, and other small riding essentials
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Small or Med?
I'm about 5'3"and 120lb,...
Small or Med?
I'm about 5'3"and 120lb, usually wear a XS in shirt, and sometimes a Small if it's skinny size, would it be too big if I wear a medium? I'm just wondering whether there would be enough room underneath for layers if I choose a small..
I think you should have enough room to layer under a Small. You run the risk of this being to baggy if you decide to go with a Medium, which shouldn't matter to much except for sleeve length could become an issue if you oversize.