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Well, shells will definitely block wind and moisture, so if you layer properly you can be warm in the coldest of conditions. If you are looking for a jacket you can wear if your going for a snowy walk with some friends or hopping around town, I might suggest getting a warmer jacket. If your shredding on a 23 degree day, your going to be putting out some body heat, so with a baselayer, midlayer, and a shell, you should be OK.

If you get cold really easily, look for a jacket with some polyfill insulation, this means low bulk with high warmth!

Good Luck


well, if you rocked the xl, you'll definintely have a baggy fit, but until this year, volcom's jackets always ran a little short, and by short, not long enough for us taller guys. I like a little baggy, long steez also, and I have used the Sessions Bozung jacket from 08, nomis jackets, and just picked up a volcom shandyland jacket. it seems like this year volcom made their jackets a bit longer.

good luck


depending on the exact foot print of your boot, you could get away with that waist width, especially if you ride with a ducked stance, but depending on your weight, you might want the 51. A little extra width translates into more stability: on rails, in powder, landings...etc...

I'd say if your of average weight for your height, you can rock the 48 and be ok.

good luck


Hi joey,

Well, depending on the exact room between your noggin and the helmet, they could, but...
putting something between your helmet and your head could interfere in the performance of the helmet. Helmets are designed to work close to your skull! I rock the full metal jacket's...tons of bass, crisp highs, and they hide right in your ears! If you have space in your helmet, the safest way would be to wear a light beenine, or even add more foam to your helmet.

Hope I helped shed some light, homey


Hi shahi

In short,
Heck no!

This jacket is a shell, for temps like that you need a jacket with insulation, possibly even a down jacket, the warmest you can get! You can layer with a shell, wear a couple hoodies or whatever, and be okay for temps getting into the low teens, but -20 to -30 is pretty damn cold, I would look into a down jacket for sure! Heres a good deal:

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