Bond's mountain-ready work of art.
When you watch Schneider and Sorsa in this year’s vids, don’t be surprised when you see ’em wearing the Bond Men’s Studio Jacket. TJ and Heikki left the big brands to rep for 100% carbon-neutral Bond, and it’s obvious that the only thing they’re leaving behind are the ties to big box stores. The Bond Studio has all the requisite tech with 15K waterproofing, Tactical Insulation around the core, and Coconut Grove Wicking, which uses sustainable fibers to wick moisture and keep you dry, stink-free, and comfortable.
- Coconut Grove system combines discarded coconut shells from the food industry with polyester for moisture-wicking and cooling
- Tactical Insulation places lightweight synthetics around your core to retain heat
- Water-resistant Waste Management pocket for messy stuff
- Thumbderwear keeps snow out of your jacket and your sleeves where they belong
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will this jacket keep me warm in the dead...
will this jacket keep me warm in the dead of winter when its freezing outside?
also, What is a baggu fit?
Baggy fit yes. It has no insulation but as long as you layer properly underneath you will be fine.
Since there is no insulation, this jacket won't be warm by itself. Adding a layer like a fleece or polyfill insulated jacket will warm it up. Most snowboard jackets are shells, like this one, because it offers the most versatility. Wear no layers, when it is 40F and then when it gets cold, layer up accordingly.
this coat does have insullation, i work at a shop when i have worn this coat i get very warm really fast. personally i could wear tis to -20*C with a shirt or first layer. its not a huge coat but it is roomier than the regular fits from bond. i can wear a small baggy or medium standard fit.
The BOND Studio jacket DOES have 80g recycled polyester insulation. It is a very warm jacket. It isn't as thick as a "puffy" but this jacket is very toasty.