Foursquare Stevo Jacket - Men's - 2008
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August 13, 2009
I put about 20-30 days on this jacket last year. I'm 6'-1", 225 lbs. and the XL fits well with a base layer and light fleece beneath. Any bigger or if you really pack on the layers size up. Durability wise, it help up pretty well except for a slice from(I think) my board's edge. I love the wrist gaiters, combined with some under the cuff gloves, you're pretty much water tight. The waist gaiter works well when snapped to Foursquare/Special Blend pants.
The cons (for me) of this jacket are:
1. The color. I ordered the Eagle Ridge which looks Brownish in the photos, but more of a light khaki in person(see pic). I'm sure DF would've taken it back no problem, but I didn't bother since they sent this to me as a replacement for another 4sq jacket that I had an issue with. (Seriously, these guys have some of, if not THE, best customer service going over online and brick-and-mortar shops alike.)
2.I wore this jacket on an epic pow day in Switzerland, where I had at least 3-4 feet of fresh coming down on me throughout the day, and while I stayed mostly dry inside the jacket was soaked through and took around 24hours to dry. This really isn't a major issue since it's just a 15K jacket and I wore it in Gore-Tex conditions, I've since tech washed/waterproofed it.
All in all, this is a great resort jacket, feature packed and you can't go wrong for the price. I wouldn't wear it in blizzard conditions or as a street jacket because of the wrist gaiters.
October 2, 2009
The jacket seems great for riding, but the color was way off from the pictures on Dogfunk. I ordered the Olivine Leaf Maze, which looks like a dark olive green on the website, but it is really light green, like mint green. I have not gotten the chance to use it. However, I like the wrist gaiters and ninja mask and the jacket seems it would be warm enough for most conditions.
October 1, 2009
I picked this coat up about 3 weeks ago and I'm stoked to take it up the hill. Tons of pockets, two pass holders, ipod pocket is perfectly located, and the best of all.... You unbutton the inside under the hood and there's a NINJA MASK! If you aren't buying this coat just for that reason, then consider that I've taken this thing out on some freezing hikes and camping and while everyone else was complaining, I was toasty. This coat defines awesome. End of story.
February 27, 2009
just got the stevo jacket in eagle ridge, this jacket is leaps and bounds above any other snowboard jacket i have ever owned. high quality and good looking. the features are never ending, pockets everywhere and the hide-away ninja mask is one of the sickest ideas i have ever seen on a jacket. cant wait to tear up mount snow vermont with this one!
- [Shell] Enhanced oxford nylon; [Lining] nylon
- Waterproof Rating:
- Breathable Rating:
- Core Venting:
- Underarm zips
- 2 Handwarmer, 2 chest, 1 goggle, 1 media
- Seam Taped:
- Yes, fully
- Powder Skirt:
- Zip-in Compatibility:
- Recommended Use:
- Snowboarding in all conditions
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 180 Day
- Country of Origin: