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Firepower for cold days.

Fight off the winter morning chill with the DC Amo 13 Snowboard Jacket. Low-profile synthetic insulation keeps you warm for early morning park laps, and mesh-lined underarm vents allow excess heat to escape when the sun starts beating down in the afternoon.

The polyester twill fabric is rugged for durability and features 10K-rated waterproofing to keep you dry, plus taped critical seams prevent moisture from seeping in through the cracks. A standard fit allows plenty of room to layer underneath and move comfortably. Lightweight synthetic insulation keeps you warm without weighing you down or adding bulk, while mesh-lined underarm vents allow you to shed heat on long hikes or intense park sessions. The powder skirt keeps snow out of your jacket when you take a tumble in the deep and a media pocket holds your smartphone so you can bump tunes on the hill.

  • 10K-rated polyester twill fabric
  • 80g body/40g sleeves synthetic insulation
  • Critical seams taped
  • Standard fit
  • Mesh-lined underarm vents
  • Powder skirt
  • Greg Lamarche artist collaboration

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5 5

Nice and Toasty.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This coat isn't puffy at all. But the insulation still keeps you nice and warm. The outside layer isn't very rough it has a softer feel to it. The inside is polyester and really soft. It is really cold if left outside when you first put it on. It runs longer than regular coats. Which is perfect because I'm 6'2". For the price this is an awesome coat!

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Hey Casey, i'm also 6'2, what size would you recommend? M or L?

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Hey Dave,
The jacket does run a little longer and has the baggyness that comes with a snowboard coat so im thinking length wise the medium should be alright, but if you like having some good room I would go with the large