Information about Ride Snowboards Laurelhurst Jacket - Insulated (For Men)
Closeouts. The Laurelhurst jacket packs 40g polyfill insulation for exceptional low-bulk warmth, and thanks to some wicked detailing by the Ride Snowboards team, you'll be looking and shredding your best on the hill.
40g polyfill insulation for excellent low-bulk warmth
Reviewed by dan the man from pacific northwest on Saturday, December 31, 2011
Very warm jacket. The blue is actually a greyish on the top half and blue on the bottom but it looks really good. The Large is big enough that I usually wear a sweatshirt under it just to fill it out (I'm 6'0 and 150 lbs so it may not just be the jacket) sleeves are really wide (for gloves or whatever, I get it) but the velcro can make them just the right size. I'd highly recommend this jacket for anybody who needs something a little less pricey but that will keep you warm.
Best Uses: Casual Wear, Hiking, Skiing, Snowboarding
Reviewed by swabo from Atl, Ga. on Monday, November 7, 2011
My son chose this as he just grew out of his ski jacket from the last 5 years (we buy them big). It is slim pickings in the discount world, but he was happy with this choice since it is reasonably tailored and the colors aren't as garish as some. Needs more pockets and we aren't sure if it's insulated enough for cold Montana skiing, but we have layers, so will give it a go. Would be nice if the hood was removable, but I do have scissors and a sewing machine..
Reviewed by dixon from hollywood, MD on Monday, November 7, 2011
Not a much insulation, but I would call it a thicker shell jacket. will have to wear layers if your in extream cold, but that is what I like any way. Good jacket for the price. Got a XL and I am 6'1, 200 lb and it fits how I like. A little big, but room for layers if your get some super cold days.