The triple rainbow of snowboard outerwear—looks like a hoodie, protects like a shell, and provides a touch of insulation when the cold kicks in.
Thanks to artist Greg Lamarche's graffiti-inspired bold colors, the DC Men's Spectrum 14 Softshell Jacket blurs the line between streetwear and outwear. It has the look of a hoodie and a stretchy feel, but the fabric is 10K-rated to keep you dry in winter condition so you don't have head for the lodge when it starts snowing, unlike the suckers who decided to wear cotton hoodies that day. A standard fit offers classic, roomy comfort with no unnecessary bulk, while mesh-lined vents ditch excess heat. Its powder skirt and ribbed cuff gaiters seal in warmth and block out the cold and snow, while multiple external and internal pockets stash your tunes, snack money, and other riding essentials.
- Greg Lamarche artist collection
- Softshell fabric (10K/10K)
- Standard fit
- Mesh-lined vents
- Powder skirt and ribbed cuff gaiters
- Two zippered hand pockets, media pocket, and one internal mesh stash pocket
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A great layer, vented pits, removable snowskirt, media pocket, it's basic but very practical, waterproof. I love this jacket, great as an outer layer in winter or just a hoodie for spring/early season. XL fits nice (I'm 6ft) and could get a thin hoodie underneath in the winter and still have plenty freedom of movement. Plus that classic DC logo can't go wrong, if you care about that stuff
You won't be disappointed, go on get one