Obermeyer Renegade Ski Jacket (Boys')
The Obermeyer Renegade Ski Jacket is designed to keep him warm. Heaver insulation produces more warmth so he can stay out in all kinds of weather. The fabric is waterproof, and there are all sorts of features to keep out wind and snow. An external stormflap keeps out wind-driven rain and snow, a powder skirt prevents snow from coming up on the inside, and inner sleeve cuffs keep cold air and moisture out of sleeves. There are also plenty of pockets on the Renegade Jacket so he can pack all his gear before he heads out.
- Fabric Rating: 5K Waterproof / 5K Breathable
- Shell Material: 100% polyester StormTech HydroBlock fabric
- Lining Material: 100% nylon embossed taffeta fabric
- Insulation: 180g body/ 160g sleeve/ 60g hood Permaloft insulation
- Length: Center front measures 19.75" / Center back measures 24.5"
- Adjustable hood draws closer to keep head dry
- Hood is removable for convenience
- Hem drawcord cinches to seal out cold air
- Powder skirt keeps snow out of jacket
- Control Zone Vents open to release excess heat
- Adjustable sleeve cuffs to fit around gloves
- Scratch-free goggle/sunglass cloth to keep lenses clean
- Fleece inside collar feels soft against skin
- Critical seam tape prevents seepage through exposed seams
- Articulated construction for great freedom to move
- Inside electronics pocket keeps gear secure
- Inside goggle pocket for easy access
- Exterior chest pocket for extra storage
- D-ring for attaching ski pass
- Stretch inner cuffs keep snow out of sleeves
- Tricot-lined handwarmer pockets keep fingers snug
Questions and Answers
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"Hi - what are the main differences between the Obermeyer Icon and Renegade skit jackets?"
1 Answers |
Question by SLR on 7/2/2013 - 1:09 pm
"They are almost exactly the same jacket, just different designs. You would just need to pick whichever one you like better style wise. The Obermeyer Renegade has just a small amount more of insulation and is .5" longer. Other than that, there really is no difference. "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 7/2/2013 - 1:30 pm