Because on big storm days, the last run is always the best run.
The last run of a storm day could be a cold, wet sprint to the bar, but not when you wear the Quiksilver Last Mission Insulated Jacket. Warm and dry from the first chair to the last, this shell’s taped critical seams and insulation enable you to milk as many turns as possible while the rest of your crew dries out and wets their whistles at the base.
- The body’s beefy 100g insulation maintains a comfortable core temp when dangerously cold temps meet you at the top of the tram
- The hood and sleeves’ 80g insulation holds the warmth in, while not causing heat stroke when you start riding
- Mesh-lined underarm vents let in cool air when you cram into the tram with one-hundred steamy bodies
- Internal goggle pocket holds your eyewear while you mingle in a crowded, mangy bar
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amazing, quality product!
i bought this jacket for my boyfriend for christmas hoping it would be as awesome as it looks, as it is! he absolutely loved it. it is light enough to wear around on a 50 degree day, yet warm enough for the sub zeros as well. the feel of it is great as well... i actually ended up very jealous. i need one of these for myself now. ;)
I'm just under 6 foot and weigh about 150....
I'm just under 6 foot and weigh about 150. I got a non-insulated Large Burton jacket that fits perfectly, will a large be good here too?
It'll be on the bigger side, so if you want baggy, go Large. The insulation will take up some space too.
I'm 6'3" 175, and can wear medium...
Stick with the large, you're tall.
I'm 5' 7" and 135 lbs. I like a jacket...
I'm 5' 7" and 135 lbs. I like a jacket that fits me well, without the tall tee look. Would a Medium fit best? or small?