Pockets galore and fowl weather muscle.
When you're out on the snow every day, you need a Jacket like the Foursquare Adams that can hold up to the challenge and carry all your gear. With ten pockets you’ll be hard pressed to run out of stowage, but Foursquare knows pockets aren’t worth a shit if the coat can’t handle nasty weather. That’s why they made the Adams using 15K-rated waterproof fabric, and fully-taped seams, and gave it a removable hood and underarm zips. Rock a hoody or fleece underneath, the Adams has a cut to accommodate.
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Garden of Eden
No doubt, Adam wished he would have had this piece of gear after incurring Gods wrath and being kicked out of the garden. Perhaps thats why it was so aptly named.
This is one sick cover. As soon as I pulled it out of the box, I was amazed. I really couldn't be happier with my choice. Foursquare really makes some top notch gear. Once I get this out into action, the true test will unfold. As it stands, it looks and feels like a solid piece.
Accessory pockets coming out the yingyang, coupled with velcro on each one to secure your crap and to keep them from becoming snow filled. Interior goggle stasher, pull cable pass holder (pass window on outside as well), mp3 player pocket and wrist gaitors sent from heaven. I mean even the wrist gaitors have mini stash pockets in them! Contrary to popular belief though, the powder skirt is FULL TIME. It is NOT removable. The hood however is.
I could ramble on for days about this thing. I am stoked!
Is this jacket essentially the same (fit...
Is this jacket essentially the same (fit and features) as the special blend utility jacket?
The utility jacket is going to be a bit more baggy. This fit is more of a loose classic fit. I like it, This is the Foursquare jacket I usually run.
and look at him GETTING that front board! Lyman you shred doggie you
How warm is this jacket. I am moving to...
How warm is this jacket. I am moving to Colorado and want to find a nice looking jacket that is also warm.
If you want warmth with out a bonded fleece or technical layer look for something with a decent amount of insulation.
If you don't mind layering that this will be EPIC!
Check out the Ruff jacket. http://www.dogfunk.com/snowboard/Foursquare-Ruff-Down-Jacket-Mens/FSQ0114M.html If you don't mind layering then run this. I love this jacket, it will be fine for Colorado.
I'm about 6' 185lbs. Just wondering, M...
I'm about 6' 185lbs. Just wondering, M or L?
Large would be the best fit my man. that is what i wear and we are about the same size.
Adams Jacket - Bali
Got the jacket it bali and it is sick! I love its fit it is tall and a bit baggy, perfect the way i like it. i ride at least 2 days a week. i never thought i could like a clothing item this much. the color is also just as sick. i cant complain at all other than how i might have to exchange it for a new one since the zipper pull keeps falling off and both wrist gaitors have already wripped a little bit only after a month/around 15 days of use. otherwise the jacket is awesome love all the feutures
This jacket is great! Many extra features like removable powderskirt, pocket for Ipod...The size is a little large to size. I usually use L, but got this is M and it fits great! (I`m 176cm/80 kg) Not to warm, but I use this jacket as my causual jacket and not in the slopes...Comes with a detachable hood with fake fur.
Great jacket for causualwear as well as snowboarding. Go get it!
im 6'3 240lbs. will a XXL fit me baggy?
im 6'3 240lbs. will a XXL fit me baggy?
Yeah it will fit you baggy. Foursquare's jackets are nice and huge this season.
The sizing are as follows XL: 42"44" (106112cm) XXL: 44"46" (112117cm). Size yourself to see which one best fits you. This jacket fits really well. It is not a slim fit at all.
I am 6'2" 230 and an XL fits me a little baggy.
I'm 6'3, ~225 and the L fits me well. Not something I would wear on the street, but a comfortable snowboard fit. Loose, but not super baggy. The XL in 4square and special blend is ridiculously huge.