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Shredding just got a little kinkier.

The Billabong Men's Kink Insulated Jacket is here to save your day from the cold wetness threatening to invade your torso. Waterproof fabric, taped critical teams, and a waterproof shell ensure that you won't have to bring your swimsuit to the mountain. Stack snaps and loops have been designed for a convenient jacket-to-pant interface, for good measure. When the temperature drops, just hunker down and be grateful in the knowledge that you have plenty of insulation tucked within the layers of the Kink. When the temperature rises, you can always ditch those base layers and unzip the mesh-lined vents for some added breathability. The jacket has been outfitted with a pass, goggle, media, and fleece-lined hand pockets to suit your simple storage needs.

  • Twill
  • 120g/100g synthetic insulation
  • Critical seams taped
  • Regular fit
  • Mesh-lined underarm vents
  • Waterproof powder skirt
  • Multi-adjustable hood
  • Pass, goggle, media, and hand pockets

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4 5

I mostly like it.

Pay close attention to the brightly colored liner that can barely be seen in the picture. The pic shows what it looks like with an additional hooded sweater that makes it appear to have a black liner. However, the inside is extremely bright with neon pink, orange, yellow and green stripes. Also, the zipper is on the left side, which makes it seem like it is a woman's jacket, but it is in fact made for men. Other than that, it feels warm and looks pretty cool. I haven't field tested it yet, though.