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The truth is, this session is all you.

The truth is—the Sessions Men’s Truth Jacket Fatty straight kills bad style with an ill color scheme that combines thick stripes and a large Sessions logo. But this shell doesn’t just accrue style points. It hands out lessons in lightweight protection ideal for drier and milder winter temps, but doesn’t have a problem teaming up with some cold-weather-combating mid-layers either.

  • Loose fit won�t restrict movement and leaves room for layering
  • Active Tech shell blocks wind and moisture, but doesn�t inhibit breathability
  • Brushed mesh lining in most areas and light mesh in high-heat regions wick moisture for total comfort
  • Exterior RECCO device added for increased safety (avalanche training and essential gear is highly recommended for out-of-bounds riding)
  • Snap-away storm skirt lets you adapt to changing mountain conditions
  • Zippered media pocket secures your hand-held deejay and an elastic headphone loop keeps the cord in place
  • Hem drawcord seals out wind and moisture

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Unanswered Question

Is this jacket warm enough to not have to...

Is this jacket warm enough to not have to layer much? if not, what sessions jacket would you recomend for me. I want a cheap insulated jacket

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Are sessions good stuff?

Are sessions good stuff?

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Are you able to ship Sessions snowboard...

Are you able to ship Sessions snowboard jackets to Hong Kong.

Do sessions jackets have Wrist gaiters...

Do sessions jackets have Wrist gaiters that help keep snow out of your sleeves?

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No.Well not the one i have, but the wrists tighten so
it would do the job just fine.