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This has a powder skirt but negative on the wrist gaiters
By: Tim Bohlken
September 4, 2012
6'3 and 220 pounds, theres no chance im pulling this jacket off, is there?
March 31, 2012
I know a dude who's a similar build. He was able to comfortably shred in an XL, so you might be able to rock it.
You can always order one up, and if it doesn't fit send it back (in new condition please) for a refund.
April 3, 2012
October 25, 2012
Great jacket, well thought out pockets/zippers, sick toggles, classy style. I ordered a Medium at first, but sleeves were mad long and I had to bend over to reach the zipper. I'm 5'9", 150lbs. Just returned the medium for real cheap and ordered my small. I anticipate a perfect fit. I'll update when it arrives.
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im 6ft 165lbs skinny-medium build, what size should i get?
December 15, 2011
I have a very similar build to you and I would rock this jacket in a large for shredding, and a medium if you're wearing it strictly as a street piece. Because it's slim fit, it's sized on the smaller side. A medium will probably constrict your freedom of movement too much for shred purposes.
Can I get hooked up with some more pics of the jacket?
By: Alex Fetters
December 14, 2011
Alex check out www.special-blend.com and click on "look book" there are a couple pics of Austin Sweeten rocking it, and if you go to the jacket on special-blend.com there is also a shot of the back of the jacket.
December 12, 2011
Part of the Special Blend Revolver collection. Real, raw, refined. That's the essence of this jacket. Duffle coat style for on hill riding. Fully taped seams, removable powder skirt and strategic insulation make this a great on and off the hill piece.
60gm/ 40gm Strategic Insulation
Duffle Coat Silhouette
Toggle & Rope Closures
Removable Powder Skirt
Fully Taped Seams
We live in northwest Ohio (super windy and rainy and snowy and COLD). I want to get a good nice jacket for my husband, will this be the ONE, or what will you suggest? (I want something that keeps him warm and protect him from the WIND and the RAIN). Thank you
November 12, 2011
This jacket will be perfect for your hubs. It's got a great waterproof rating, all the seams are taped to keep moisture out, and it's got some insulation. Most importantly, it looks sharp.
Oh ya. Especially if you want to look super stylin. This jacket is fully taped, 10,000mm waterproof and mildly insulated. This jacket is perfectly built for all mountain riding!
By: Four Horsemen
October 27, 2011
174cm, 145lb, chest: 36
What size should I get? I don't like baggy stuff.
October 12, 2011
I suggest choosing a size medium jacket. It will be slim, but you will still be able to layer underneath and it won't constrict your freedom of movement.
October 12, 2011
- [shell] dobby weave; [lining] taffeta (210T)
- Fabric Waterproof Rating:
- 10,000 mm
- Fabric Breathability Rating:
- 10,000 g
- yes, fixed
- revolver (slim)
- below hip
- underarm zips
- Powder Skirt:
- (external) 2 front hand, 1 side zippered, (internal) 1 chest media, 1 chest mesh goggle
- fully taped
- Recommended Use:
- snowboarding, bar hopping
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 1 year