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Meet Lea ... your new BF.

The Billabong Girls' Lea Jacket has all the features that grace the women's line with a little extra insulation in the body and arms to keep you comfy on the hill. Because beach weather and spring flowers can't come every month, it's best to make the most of winter with park laps, pow shots, and good times with friends and Billabong helps you enjoy it more with a friend named Lea.
  • Removable hood features a foam visor shields your goggles from snow
  • Synthetic insulation in the body and arms provides warmth on cold days
  • Mesh-lined underarm vents let you control your body temp as outside temps vary
  • Lycra spandex wrist gaiters and pow gaiter keep snow where it should be: outside
  • Full-length storm flap over the zipper eliminates water seepage through the zipper teeth
  • Wide elastic waist cuff helps trap your body heat in and keep cold air or snow out

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what the hell is the warmth rating!!!!!!...

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what the hell is the warmth rating!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Well, it is an insulated jacket if that helps!!Insulation rating is 120, and usually the higher the better. For comparison a puffy down jacket has a fill rating of around 600-800. So, you have to assume this is lightly insulated.

what the hell is the warmth rating!!!!!!...

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what the hell is the warmth rating!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Hey Liz, insulated jackets aren't measured with a temperature range rating, but instead use a "weight" rating... so this jacket is 120g of insulation; which is medium-heavy warmth... 120g is a more than the standard... so to answer your question, this jacket has 120g of insulation which is going to be warmer than say an 80g insulated coat...