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Send it huge in kick-back style.

Grungy flannel is out, but on-hill flannel is all the rage among rippers. Planet Earth Women's Villeray Insulated Jacket repels snow, sleet, or hail with its protective flannel-look shell, and its yummy insulation warms your bones. A long, stylie length and raglan sleeves exude casual-cool, even when you're hard-railing at lightning speed.

  • Eco-friendly recycled polyester faded flannel with 10K-rated waterproof and 5K-rated breathable Hydropholic laminate and eco DWR keeps you dry when kicking up blower
  • Taped critical seams ensure against leaks and drafts at these vulnerable junctures
  • Toasty 80g (body) and 60g (sleeves and hood) polyfill insulation keeps you warm in plummeting temps
  • Taffeta lining makes layering easy and feels soft and smooth next to skin
  • Urban three-quarter long fit keeps your butt covered and cozy
  • S. Cafe mesh vents lets you dump excess heat when riding up a storm or hiking for turns
  • Wrist gaiters provide snug fit and add coverage and protection
  • Two hand pockets secure essentials

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hi! what kind of weather is this for? would...

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hi! what kind of weather is this for? would it be alright for 10-15 celcius when windy and wet?

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This jacket sports 80g of synthetic insulation, you would most likely need to add an additional layer for days around 0 C, but it should be fine for 10-15 degrees. (The warmer jackets that we carry have around 100g of insulation).
This jacket sports 10k waterproofing and a DWR coating (which repels water) which should be sufficient. For reference, a top of the line waterproof rating will be between 20-40k. The waterproofing on this jacket will surely be good for most conditions. However if you are outside for multiple hours in rain or sleet, you would begin to notice moisture seeping through. If these conditions sound familiar, you might want to opt for something with a higher waterproof rating.