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The Special Blend Women's True Snowboard Jacket offers all the features you need to stay warm and dry during winter's worst, in a fashionable little bomber-inspired package. Quilted construction, printed lining, and rib-knit cuffs and hem give you urban style for off-mountain haps. Special Blend armed this coat with 10K-rated waterproofing and taped seams to keep the snow from sneaking in. Flex gussets and articulated elbows keep you feeling unrestricted and free to spin, jump, and grab. Light synthetic insulation staves off January chills, while underarm zips let you unload excess heat on warmer days. For defense against upward blasts of snow, the True Snowboard Jacket features a powder skirt that snaps to Special Blend pants.

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2 5

Not so good...

When I first saw this jacket online I ordered it right away because it looked so cute. But when it came I knew and straight off the bat I that it would not work out. It was too small to be able to wear layers underneath, the waist was way low, and the powder skirt was in the middle of my stomach. I took it out on the slopes once and when I put my boots on or bent over for anything my back was exposed. I tried wearing overall snowpants but then it still rode up, making me look like I had a big butt. After two times wearing it at the slopes I traded it for my old coat. I still wore it around, but I couldn't ski with it. Cute, but not useful. The one thing I can say that is good about it is that I got a lot of compliments on how cute it looked. The colors were fantastic.

Overall, I do not recommend this coat.

5 5

I love this jacket

I usually have problems ordering a jacket that will actually fit. This one is perfect. The knit cuffs and hem are just right to keep cold air and snow out. I've had tons of compliments!!!

4 5

Nice!!

Like most ppl stated before me...the jacket is super cute..super flattering (does not make u look like u are wearing a garbage bag) BUT the snow skirt is super short....and when i bend over or sit down to strap on my bindings...it rides up to mid back so not really helpful keeping the cold air out...i guess wear it with a bib snowboarding pants? but its super comfy

4 5

Nice jacket and fit

i'm 5'3 and 143lbs. i got the jacket in a medium and it fits pretty good. it's not the warmest of jackets though. i wore it at 30 degrees temp and i can feel the wind pushing through the jacket. it's a flattering fit. most snowboarding jackets are too long and it makes me look like i'm wearing a garbage bag. i'm glad this one hits me right at the hips.

I am considering this jacket for my wife,...

I am considering this jacket for my wife, she is 5'9" 145 lbs, she doesnt ride alot, but will use this on the mountain 5 or 6 times a year, so I want to make sure she is covered, what size will most likely fit her best?

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When picking a jacket to wear it is al ways best to go off of the chest size. Special Blend sizing is Small: 32"–33.5" (81–85 cm) Medium: 34"–35.5" (87–91cm) Large: 36"–37.5" (92–96cm). So figure out what size she is and match it to the sizes above. She will be stoked on this jacket, super warm.

what a cute jacket!! I need help on size...

what a cute jacket!! I need help on size though. I ski in -10F usually so lots of layers. I'm 5'2'' and 115, will I have enough room to layer an underarmour and two fleece tops if I get a small?
Thanks!

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The sizing for Special Blend is Small: 32"–33.5" (81–85 cm) Medium: 34"–35.5" (87–91cm). Layering is good, but layering with the correct product is even better. Heavy weight first layer is still pretty thin, because of this the best thing to do is to measure you self to see what Size you are, then (just to be safe) add and inch. You should never be layering as much as and inch though. Good heavy weight base layer one piece and a Technical flannel would be more than enough. I love base layer!

5 5

Sweet jacket

Love this Jacket. Very cute and the small fits perfectly (I'm 5'3, 55kg). Not too restrictive or bulky.
rub_r_duk890755: I'm not sure what the South Dakota snow is like, but in the grand scheme of things, Aussie snow is very mild i.e. insulation is not that much of an issue - this Jackeet kept me warm & dry the whole day.
As for the powder skirt, if you leave it snapped to the jacket, and not itself, it doesn't tend to ride up as much.

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Julie-what size did you get-I am the same height and weight but never seem to get the right size?

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I got the small and there was still room for a fleece layer.

is this jacket more of a shell or is it...

is this jacket more of a shell or is it pretty insulated? I live in South Dakota and it can get frigid here. Also, does anyone know if the bottom rides up from the ribbing?

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it is more of a shell kinda i wear a fleece zip up underneath it when i am boarding. And yeah when you are boarding or sking it does tend to ride up. but if you are just getting the jacket for regular use it doesnt ride up.

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it is more of a shell kinda i wear a fleece zip up underneath it when i am boarding. And yeah when you are boarding or sking it does tend to ride up. but if you are just getting the jacket for regular use it doesnt ride up.

Does this jacket tend to run small or...

Does this jacket tend to run small or large? I am debating on a size M or L, not sure since I have never owned this brand.
Thanks

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i'm 5"5 125 pounds and i got this jacket in M. small was too small... it fit but it was tight.

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Good morning,
I would like to know if I must to keep size XL, I am 1m73 and 68 kg.
What is the lenght (hight to low) of the jacket? Sorry for my very bad english.
Thanks to answer me.

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@ love_nux the small was tight or the medium?

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I thought it ran small. It was good for casual wear, but I couldn't wear it skiing for lack of being able to wear layers.

4 5

So cute!

I give this jacket 4-stars only because of the cuteness factor. However, Gnu259 is right about the powder skirt being too high - more annoying than functional. The length for me (I'm 5'5) was perfect - not too short where snow rides up my back when I fall, and not too long where I look like I'm wearing boxy pajamas. Love the buttons on the sides and on the hood, although I'm worried that they will eventually fall off after a few times of wear/wash! If you know how to sew or reinforce buttons, I would highly suggest you do that after you get the jacket! I've only worn the jacket once so far in Big Bear @ 55-degree weather, so I'm not sure how well insulated this thing actually is... however, I can always layer with thermals and fleeces!

5 5

awesome fit, great material

ssia

i love this jacket. awesome material, fits great, comfortable. easy to ride in. looks good on and off the mountain.

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Very stylish jacket, comfortable, roomy, but one thing i would like is the powder skirt to be a little longer and tighter...would be nice if it could adjust

3 5

Cute but not functional

This is one of the cutest jackets I have ever seen. I love the wrist gators and buttons down the hood. The jacket is extremely short and when you go to strap in your bindings leaves half of your back exposed. The powder skirt buttons at about your belly button doing no good. The jacket isn't warm either. I was told this would keep me warm when it is 10 degrees out and it doesn't even come close when it is 25 degrees out. Very cute though! Too bad I'm big into snoaboarding.

This jacket looks awesome (and wickedly...

This jacket looks awesome (and wickedly inexpensive) but it looks so short... What size would I have to get to make sure I'm not constantly pulling it down over my butt crack?

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Well you didn't say how big you are. If you're 5'0", the answer's quite a bit different than if you're 6'2" and burltastic. Size?I'm 5'6", 145 lbs 38-32-37, and I purchased the large. It fits perfectly, though is perhaps a little boxy in the waist.As far as the butt/hips go, it hits me just past the widest part and it stays down of its own volition pretty well. The elastic on the powder skirt pretty much takes care of that.