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Nikita Cinemascope Insulated Jacket 2011

Sale: $167.95 (40% off, was $279.95)
dazzling blue/white/black
Color: dazzling blue/white/black
Size:
$167.95
Color: dazzling blue/white/black
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Overview
Nikita jam packed this jacket with the necessities to keep you slashing pow all day. The Cinemascope Insulated Snowboard Jacket comes with the insulation and breathability you need to catch first chair and last.
Features
Material
  • DuPont Coated Nylon
Waterproof Rating
  • 5,000mm
Breathability Rating
  • 5,000g
Seams
  • Critically Taped
Powder Skirt
  • Removable
Hood
  • Fixed Hood
Insulation
  • Down
Insulation Rating (g)
  • 200
Lining
  • 100% Polyester
Pockets
  • Front Hand Pockets
  • Goggle Pocket
  • Media Pocket
  • Pass Pocket
Venting
  • Under Arm
  • Mesh Gussets
Details
  • Chafe Free Collar
  • Adjustable Cuffs
  • Storm Flap
Seams

Critically Taped - On outerwear with critically taped seams you only have taping at the key points where potential leakage can occur. This is acceptable, or even advantageous if you live in a dry climate, if you're more concerned with breathability than dealing with wet weather then outerwear featuring critically taped seams is the way to go.

Insulation

Down - Down is the lightest and warmest option when it comes to outerwear insulation, the only drawbacks with down is it doesn't perform well in wet conditions and it's more expensive. Synthetics will dry faster than down and are easier to clean, but they can't beat down when it comes to performing in very cold and dry weather.

Insulation Rating (g)

Synthetic insulation is measured in grams, so a jacket with a 80g rating simply means that a 1 meter by 1 meter piece of that particular jacket's insulation weighs 80 grams. The higher the rating, the warmer the outerwear.

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