Billabong Heidi Insulated Snowboard Jacket (Women's)
The fashion-forward Billabong Heidi Snowboard Jacket looks and feels comfortable everywhere from a Selkirk hut to a St. Moritz dinner party. When the bindings are on, 10K waterproofing, Lycra hand gaiters and pockets for all your essentials keep you dialed in. Pop the bindings, remove the Heidiâ€™s zip-off powder skirt, and look good thanks to the fur-trimmed hood, detail bottom panel, and body-color buttons.
- Fabric Rating: 10K Waterproof / 10K Breathable
- Shell Material: Laminated heavy wool twill
- Insulation: 80g body/60g sleeves synthetic insulation
- Fit: Parka fit is long and slim
- Critical taped seams prevent seepage through exposed seams
- Durable YKK center front zippers
- Jacket-to-pant interface connects with Billabong Pants
- Adjustable attached hood dials in head protection
- Underarm venting with no-catch mesh offers cooling
- Waterproof powder skirt wraps around your waist to keep out snow
- Branded metal lift ticket holder
- Removable fur trim around the hood
- Hidden music pocket stores your tune stash
- Goggle pocket for storing eyewear
- Hem drawcord cinches to keep out cold air
- Lycra hand gaiters seal the cuffs
- Micro-fleece inner chinguard prevent chafing
- Key hook at interior hand pocket latches onto your keys
- Brushed micro-fleece hand warmer pockets keep your hands warm
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"What is the difference between a ski and snowboard jacket?"
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Question by JE on 3/13/2013 - 7:11 pm
""Ski jackets are typically shorter and have more insulation in them than snowboarding jackets. Most snowboard jackets have little to no insulation due to the fact that you work more of your body snowboarding than you do skiing and therefore your body heats up during the sport and you don't need all of that insulation. Snowboard apparel, depending on the brand, can also fit a little looser and more relaxed as this is the type of style for that sport. You can use either jacket for either sport though. If you fall in love with a snowboard jacket, you can absolutely ski in it and visa versa. Just know that you may need to add or remove layers, depending on what you are doing.""
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/14/2013 - 8:49 am
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