Foursquare Tobin Component Snowboard Jacket (Women’s)

Foursquare Tobin Component Snowboard Jacket (Women’s) -

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    Style: 219672

    Foursquare gave the Tobin Women’s Snowboarding Jacket a trim fleece that snaps in and out. Leave it in for a cold day on the mountain, or take the fleece jacket out for a day of spring skiing and then rock it solo when you head back to town. A waterproof coating keeps the snow off your back in the Foursquare Tobin Jacket, and the two-for-one system means it’s the only jacket you’ll need for a full year of riding.

    • Snap-out, lightweight fleece liner jacket
    • Waterproof shell to keep you dry 5k
    • Underarm zippers to cool off quickly
    • Sleeve pocket
    • Fixed, adjustable hood

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    3.0

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    4.0

    Very Good Jacket

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    from Argentina

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    Nice jacket but very long sleeves. Also, the fleece inside comes in black and green colour, not good for the red colour jacket!.

     
    2.0

    Not A Mountain Coat

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    from WI

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    VERY THIN. Too thin for mountain riding. And sleeves are incredibly long. It' s a cute coat but that's about it, it serves little function for cold weather.

     
    3.0

    Fit of Jacket Poor

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    from Virginia

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    I really like the jacket and the fit of the jacket is good EXCEPT for the length of the arms. It's terrible - the sleeves come past my finger tips. I guess I can roll them up, or pay to get them altered, but the fit should have been better done for a size small jacket. The average person doesn't have 5 ft arms.

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