It would be killer if every day on the hill could be warm and bluebird, but sometimes Mother Nature has other plans. When the conditions are less than ideal, the DC Wishbone jacket fends off the cold and the precip, so you won't even notice. A 15K-rated waterproof shell blocks out snow, even when it's bordering on full-blown rain. The fully taped seams ensure that there won't be any leakage. 60g 3M Thinsulate insulation adds a bunch of warmth without turning you into a marshmallow. When it gets really cold, the brushed mesh lining slides on easily over your base layers. You get a removable powder skirt, wrist gaiters, and a hood gaiter as well. Basically, the hood gaiter is a balaclava that stashes in the hood, so you'll have extra coverage when you need it. The Respirator breathing system expels your breath without turning your jacket into a sauna. From the wet snow of the PNW to the Northeast's freezing winds, the Wishbone has got you covered.
- 15k/15k waterproof/breathable rating
- Fully taped seams
- 60g 3M Thinsulate insulation
- Long fit
- Mesh-lined underarm vents
- Removable powder skirt
- Wrist gaiters
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Guys please help me. I have 102 cm chest...
Guys please help me. I have 102 cm chest and 88 cm waist. What size of this I should choose - M or L?
Thanks a lot
You are on the upper end of the measurements for a size Medium. The Large will give you a ton of room but the Medium might be slightly snug on you.
If baggy is more the look you want, then the Large. If you like your jackets closer to being form fitting then the Medium.
Hope this helps.
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Is this is Wishbone 2014? the image...
Is this is Wishbone 2014? the image is very similar to it. the only difference I found is that has 60g 3M Thinsulate insulation.
Unfortunately, Amazon messed up the description, and the jacket is 60g of 3M thinsulate all around