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Bringin' up the rear has a whole new meaning.

You always bring up the rear when your crew rolls through the park or takes on urban rails, walls, or stairs, but that's not because you suck. Instead, it's because the most ballin' playa has to put on the final act, so when conditions are at their worst, you need to be at your best; that's where the Foursquare Men's Anchor Jacket comes in.

  • Zone Lining system features insulation in key zones at your body's core for ideal warmth where you need it
  • Pow skirt features two button options to let you get the ideal fit
  • Stretch Hot Pocket in the hand pockets keep those little hot sacks in place
  • All seams are fully taped to provide maximum water protection
  • Glove loops in the cuffs keep your digit covers connected to your rig
  • Yo-Yo pass holder keeps the priceless ticket to ride right where you need it
  • Designated internal goggle and media pockets let you secure key items

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4 5

Just what i wanted!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The good:
Great price for a good quality product.
Comes with a lot of pockets, wich is perfect if ur planing a whole day trip outside. Fits perfect, its warm enough depending on ur weather conditions.
The bad:
Seams and zips looks kinda cheap, powder skirt cant be removed.

4 5

The Anchor Jacket

This jacket features the Foursquare drop hood design. It's made of seven uniquely cut panels of Microshield material. When in use is provides full protection for the head and face while still offering a wide range of peripheral view that allows unobstructed lines of sight in all directions. 15,000mm/10,000g waterproof, breathability ratings. Microshield fabric provides an engineered shield against snow, rain, and wind while maintaining a comfortable interior environment. A durable DWR-finished outer fabric is bonded to a technical waterproof breathable membrane. This combination of fabrics allows for increased levels of breathability while also providing an unbreachable surface for outside elements. 2L Microshield micro twill poly material.

80/60gm strategic insulation
Waterproof Chest Pocket Zipper


Every Foursquare Jacket Has:
* Zoned lining systems for maximum breathability and warmth
* Adjustable powder skirt
* Jacket-to-pant interface
* Mesh lined pit vents
* Interior media pocket
* Adjustable cuff closures
* Micro fleece lined hand warmer pockets
* Micro fleece chin guard
* Glove loops
* Key clip
* Pass pocket

4 5

The Anchor Jacket

This jacket features the Foursquare drop hood design. It's made of seven uniquely cut panels of Microshield material. When in use is provides full protection for the head and face while still offering a wide range of peripheral view that allows unobstructed lines of sight in all directions. 15,000mm/10,000g waterproof, breathability ratings. Microshield fabric provides an engineered shield against snow, rain, and wind while maintaining a comfortable interior environment. A durable DWR-finished outer fabric is bonded to a technical waterproof breathable membrane. This combination of fabrics allows for increased levels of breathability while also providing an unbreachable surface for outside elements. 2L Microshield micro twill poly material.

80/60gm strategic insulation
Waterproof Chest Pocket Zipper


Every Foursquare Jacket Has:
* Zoned lining systems for maximum breathability and warmth
* Adjustable powder skirt
* Jacket-to-pant interface
* Mesh lined pit vents
* Interior media pocket
* Adjustable cuff closures
* Micro fleece lined hand warmer pockets
* Micro fleece chin guard
* Glove loops
* Key clip
* Pass pocket

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loving the look of this, cant wait to try it out.

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“THE WET PLATE PROJECT” is a first ever, unique approach to snowboard and action photography shot by experimental lifestyle and accomplished snowboard photographer Ian Ruhter. The Foursquare Team along with Ian set out to shoot snowboarding in an entirely new way, through one of the oldest photo processes ever developed, Wet Plate Photography.

This process - also called collodion - combines dangerous chemicals and developing systems (using an 8 x by 10 Deardorff camera) to create gritty, detailed metallic images on glass, an experimental and difficult departure from modern photography. Using this process, glass plates are coated with collodion liquid, allowed to set, then sensitized in a bath of silver nitrate, and finally exposed for a few seconds, or up to several minutes, before being immersed in a bath of potassium cyanide to develop. The challenge: Ruhter needed to shorten the exposure time significantly to capture fast motion under intensely bright lights. (Note: The only other person who successfully did this was Edward Muybridge, who photographed a man riding a galloping horse in 1878).

Pat Moore - Wet Plate Project

“THE WET PLATE PROJECT” is a first ever, unique approach to snowboard and action photography shot by experimental lifestyle and accomplished snowboard photographer Ian Ruhter. The Foursquare Team along with Ian set out to shoot snowboarding in an entirely new way, through one of the oldest photo processes ever developed, Wet Plate Photography.

This process - also called collodion - combines dangerous chemicals and developing systems (using an 8 x by 10 Deardorff camera) to create gritty, detailed metallic images on glass, an experimental and difficult departure from modern photography. Using this process, glass plates are coated with collodion liquid, allowed to set, then sensitized in a bath of silver nitrate, and finally exposed for a few seconds, or up to several minutes, before being immersed in a bath of potassium cyanide to develop. The challenge: Ruhter needed to shorten the exposure time significantly to capture fast motion under intensely bright lights. (Note: The only other person who successfully did this was Edward Muybridge, who photographed a man riding a galloping horse in 1878).