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The right jacket for the snowboarding lumberjack, or the tree-chopping snowboarder

The Melnik Jacket from Foursquare won’t let you down, no matter what the weather is trying to do to you. Chilly? Snap in the included Lumberjack Flannel. Warming up? Take the flannel off and use the jacket as a shell. Really warming up? Ditch the shell and wear the flannel by itself. Bar fight? Lose the flannel, break a bottle and kick some ass. Foursquare has you covered.

  • Jammy Shammy is attached to your wrist by a shockcord for cleaning the snow and water out of your goggles after you last digger
  • Fusion Technology at the seams and zippers is tougher and more flexible than stitching
  • Pit vents help you cool down while riding

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4 5

wow!

what's this for? to go steal everyone's girlfriend? it's so bright though, you're going to be very visible and totally unable to hide. you have to be extra fast to escape all the angry boyfriends. maybe that's why they did that... whatever doesn't kill you, or run over you with a pick up truck or start weird rumors about you makes you stronger.

I am 6'4" and 200lbs, should I go XL or...

I am 6'4" and 200lbs, should I go XL or XXL? I like longer jackets, thanks people.

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I'm pretty sure Xl will be big enough, but if you want to make sure that it is baggy and long then go with the XXL.

5 5

Sick jacket

This jacket is awesome and has a lot more features than dogfunk says it does. It has bunch of pockets, probably closer to like 6, not just 2 like it says. Also comes with a powder skirt even though dogfunk says it doesn't. Basically a really good looking jacket that is put together really well. The fit is perfect too, a little bit bigger than a normal winter jacket which is what I was looking for!

I'm 5,4 feet, will the small be good?

I'm 5,4 feet, will the small be good?

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Run the small. It will be a little on the big side, but you will be stoked on the jacket for sure.

Does this jacket have wrist gaiters?

Does this jacket have wrist gaiters?

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Yes it does not have wrist gaiters. And they are the best.

im 5'6 and 200 lbs. im a stockcy kid with...

im 5'6 and 200 lbs. im a stockcy kid with a broad chest and shorter arms. i have a large analog jacket that is snug around the chest and armpits especially when i layer up on cold days. i like something a little baggy with room to layer up in. should i go xl or 2xl?

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since FSQ and Analog are both owned by burton they should have a similar fit, so I'g go with the xl, but if you want to get steezy get the dub X.

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XL will be more that big enough... even if you run it baggy. I'm 6'0" and 19olbs. I rock Large.

This fit is not that similar to Analogs as they have completely separate designers.

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It's a little bit of lighter, but is a suuuper sick jacket. I would tell you to go with the XL bec im 6' 165lbs and the L was snugger than usual(and Ive had 3 4sq jackets). So if you want it a lil baggier, def go for a XL. But the L wouldnt be super tight either

does this only have 2 front and 1 sleeve...

does this only have 2 front and 1 sleeve pockets or does it have pockets inside for ipods and stuff?

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Yes the inside of the jacket does have a pocket for your ipod and stuff.