About Roxy Valley Snowboard Jacket - Waterproof, Insulated (For Women)
Closeouts. Roxy's Valley snowboard jacket combines fashion and function for a seamless transition from mountain slopes to city streets. It's made with a waterproof breathable Dry Flight 10K shell, packed with lightweight synthetic insulation, and fortified with sealed seams for allover dryness, warmth and comfort.
Specs about Roxy Valley Snowboard Jacket - Waterproof, Insulated (For Women)
- Waterproof materials: Dry Flight Technology 10K
- Seam sealed: Full
- Fabric: 100% polyester
- Pit zips
- Closure: Zipper,YKK®
- Lining: 100% polyester
- Insulation: 100% polyester
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
- Weight: 1 lb. 15 oz.
- Made in China
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jessi from Washington on Wednesday, January 25, 2017I ordered this jacket from another website, size medium and $40 more expensive. Needless to say, the medium was too big (I'm 5'2", 116lbs 36 bust) so I returned and ordered a size small from STP. The small fits much better, as the jacket style is long and baggy to begin with. I bought this jacket because of the higher amount of insulation, as my current Burton jacket is more for spring riding. So far I am pleased with the jacket and its warmth, though I haven't worn it up on the mountain yet. The grey and black print is very nice and the jacket is an easy transition from mountain to city. The elastic at the bottom doesn't bother me because there is a decent powder skirt, but without the powder skirt, there is definitely a chance of cool air coming into the interior of the jacket. I like that it is long enough to cover my butt which keeps me warmer. The hood is insulated and has cords to tighten. The only drawback to this jacket as another reviewer mentioned is the front pockets. They are very small and not functional. Overall, this is a very nice jacket for the price.
Reviewed by She hates to be cold from New England on Wednesday, December 28, 2016This jacket is super cute and functional, too. The picture doesn't do it justice. I should mention that I don't actually snowboard. I use this jacket for my daily travels through the city in the winter, walking around a lot and sometimes standing around in the cold. The pockets in this jacket are awesome. I keep my bus pass in the lift pass pocket on the sleeve. The stretchy hem makes it easy to sit on a train or bus and get back up without worrying about a two-way zipper.
I have two of these jackets now, one in medium and one in large. I found it in medium in a light blue last year, and it fit great-- slim, but I can still get a puffy vest under it-- it just takes a little careful zipping up. When I saw Sierra had the black and white print, I ordered it in Large to give me more room for layering. Looks a little oversized, but not ridiculous, and I can get a full puffy liner jacket puffer underneath it for really cold days. My bust is 42" for reference, and I usually chose large tops and medium bottoms for my figure. Neither the medium nor the large jacket feel tight in the shoulders, something I often have a hard time with.
In terms of warmth, I wear this in weather down to about 40 degrees with just a sweater or sweatshirt. Below that I find my back gets a little cold, so I add a puffy vest. If it gets down below 20, I add a fleece or puffy jacket, and feel totally toasty. I even wear it on cold, windy, drizzly days up to about 60 degrees, because it is absolutely waterproof and windproof, and the pit vents keep me from overheating.
Reviewed by Keystone Bum from Keystone, CO on Monday, December 12, 2016It runs large, but maybe for agility purposes while you are snowboarding. It definitely doesn't have a nice fit-cut to show femininity at all; it's quite baggy. Though, I like that it's long to cover the bottom and good insulation, but lousy pocket system. If you usually wear S and have a very lean body, I suggest to go for an XS, but there isn't an XS choice here.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Debbie from MD on Saturday, November 12, 2016I ordered 3 snowboard jackets from Sierra to try, and this one was the keeper. My main reason was fit - I'm 5'3 and most snowboard jackets are too long or bulky. This one was not. The medium fit me just right. The style is also cool - love the pattern and it has some pockets for stuff. I haven't tested the warmth or waterproof yet, but hope it's as described. Also can't beat the price. Fyi- the inside hood up is a bright light orange. Hope I continue to love it and it keeps me warm once the season starts!
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