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Take on anything this winter can throw your way.

If you're the type of person who takes every opportunity to spend the day shredding no matter the weather, you need a jacket that is versatile, durable, and offers great protection and warmth. What's more, there's no reason you should have to compromise style to obtain these key features. With a snowboard-specific fit and loads of technical features, the Neff Triple Insulated Jacket will become your go-to outerwear as you take on the mountain all season long.

With the Triple Insulated Jacket, Neff is waging war against winter weather. The waterproof, breathable membrane with taped critical seams is designed to keep out moisture while still allowing your sweaty body to breathe. If things get way too hot for comfort, you can open the underarm zips for some extra heat release. On the other end of the temperature spectrum, the Triple is ready to help you take on cold conditions with a light layer of 40g polyfill insulation throughout, so you can leave at least one extra underlayer at home. For complete weather protection, wrist gaiters, an adjustable hood, and a removable powder skirt with snow pant integration can all be cinched down to seal out any drafts or snow that may try to enter.

Neff has come to be known for its practical style and clean steeze, and the company's entry into the outerwear market brings with it a promise of great styling and performance features. The Triple Insulated Jacket is designed with Neff's signature Shred Fit, which focuses on optimal mobility for everything from tweaked-out grabs to tight woods riding. Soft tricot-lined handwarmer pockets are roomy enough to fit your hands and some essential items, and an interior media pocket with cable routing gives you the option to jam and ride.

  • Waterproof/breathable shell
  • 40g polyfill insulation
  • Relaxed fit
  • Underarm zip vents
  • Removable powder skirt
  • Wrist gaiters

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I'm 5'8 and 200lb should I get the Medium...

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I'm 5'8 and 200lb should I get the Medium or Large jacket?

5 5

Neff Triple Insulated Jacket

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

This is my everyday boarding jacket for this winter so far and it has been great! The triple layer has kept me warm in weather as cold as 0? with a wind chill of -18? and have stayed dry in weather as warm as 40�. I have stayed dry and warm the entire winter. Nice fit allows a lot of maneuvering and the pocket to hook up your ipod/phone to your headphones is in a good spot just inside the main zipper at your chest. It would be nice if the hood was detachable but I still love this jacket.

5 5

Neff Triple Insulated Jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Got this jacket today, awesome all around. Being 6'4", I got the XL. Bottom of the jacket lands right in between my hips and knees. Starting with the specs, it has Neff Shred fit, which is long enough, but not too long. Great length and fit. 10k waterproofing, 10k breathability, 100% polyester with down fill, critically taped seems, pit zips, removable powderskirt, stretchy wrist gaiters, adjustable hood, and zippered pockets.

The hood is insulated, NOT big enough for a helmet, not too large for your head. The adjustment tabs are at the top of the main zipper, on either side. There is a fleece lined pocket on the right chest, big enough for a phone or a pass.

The arms are longer than mine by about an inch, my wingspan is 6'5". When you put your arms through, the stretchy gaiter ends up stopping about a quarter way up your wrist. Very comfy gaiter, low profile so you can easily slide it into a glove.

The main kangaroo pockets are also zippered with fleece lined inside. There is NOTHING inside the pockets, no waist adjustment, no audio port. On the inside, there is a pocket on the left just behind the zipper where you can put your phone or mp3 player and run a headphone cable through the slot. On the right hip there is a mesh pocket big enough for goggles. The powderskirt is removable, with two setting as to how tight you want it around your waist.

The waterproofing is excellent, the insulation is great(on a 30 degree day, just the jacket would do to keep me warm). The only thing I noticed about this jacket that was odd was the feel of the material. The material doesn't feel like your typical North Face jacket or Oakley jacket. It is more softshell feeling, but nothing is lost from this feel. One thing for snowboarders: when putting on the wrist gaiters, bending down and extending your arms to strap in can be annoying because the wrist gaiters pull back on your hand. Not a huge deal tho. All in all, a great jacket.