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It won’t make the lines any easier, but you can feel a little more comfortable while dropping into them.

You may not drop into sharp, scary spines like lines Jeremy Jones does, but when you ride wearing the O’Neill Jones 3L Experience Jacket you can at least be as dry and comfortable as the big mountain master. While you drop into your own intensity of mountain terrain, this three-layer waterproof breathable shell acts as your armor against the elements so you can think about nothing but your next turn. Because in Jones’s world, the next turn can be a question of life or death.
  • Recycled polyester shell material helps keep winter white and comes from plastic bottles, tents, and old clothes
  • Fully taped seams and waterproof zippers prevent any snow from getting through no matter how light, deep, or wet it is
  • Underarm vents bring down the heat when you hike up to a line you scoped from the tram
  • Adjustable hood, hook-and-loop cuffs, and powder skirt ensure no snow gets inside to slow you down
  • Soft chin guard shields you from the wind without damaging your already-raw face
  • Pant connector system uses snaps with compatible pants (sold separately) to form a seamless barrier in your mid-section
  • Goggle pocket holds your essential eyewear and features a pouch and wiper to keep them clean
  • Wrist pass pocket secures your most prized possession in a convenient, scan-ready spot

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Just staying dry cooking up some breakfast food while waiting for the canyon to open. It works great!

4 5

O'neill Jacket

I have used this Jack on multiple occasions. What I loved most about it were the Check pockets. I put an extra pair of googles, gloves, and snacks in the pockets instead of taking up my backpack. The Jacket wasn't bulky at all and kept me warm and dry even after taking a few dives into some deep powder. Plus it looks cool!

5 5

I was skeptical...

But this jacket is awesome. The styling and thought that went in to this jacket are very unique. I couldn't figure out the pocket schemes and all the vents because I wasn't used to having a jacket specific to backcountry riding. The chest pockets are HUGE which means that you can easily get into them with gloves on. Even though it isn't Gore-tex brand, it has kept me bone dry after many days of deep powder riding at Snowbird. I would recommend this to anyone who wants a jacket that is different but very functional, I mean it was created by Jeremy himself.

5 5

I was skeptical...

But this jacket is awesome. The styling and thought that went in to this jacket are very unique. I couldn't figure out the pocket schemes and all the vents because I wasn't used to having a jacket specific to backcountry riding. The chest pockets are HUGE which means that you can easily get into them with gloves on. Even though it isn't Gore-tex brand, it has kept me bone dry after many days of deep powder riding at Snowbird. I would recommend this to anyone who wants a jacket that is different but very functional, I mean it was created by Jeremy himself.

5 5

Jones Experience is the backcountry jacket to have

I was fortunate enough to get the only other Jones Experience jacket in blue and green (as seen in the movies). I have now used it for resort riding as well as skinning with my split board. This jacket is the BOMB! The two HUGE chest pockets that fit your skins inside so that they stay warm for the ride down before heading back up. It never felt too bulky or constricting while riding down. In bounds the jacket is superior with how it kept me dry and warm even in the wind. I have the Arc'Teryx Sidewinder (about 7yrs old now) and this jacket I feel is far more superior due to the design specifically for the backcountry snowboarder.