Spyder Guard Ski Jacket (Boys')
- Fit: RelaxedxFitChoose the right fit!
Slim: These garments fit close through the body or legs for a sleek, sexy, or athletic look.
Relaxed: Also known as "regular," these garments fit just right, not too baggy or not too slim.
Loose: Also known as baggy, loose-fitting garments allow for ultra-free body movement.
- Warmth: 6/10xWarmthOur warmth rating comes from a combination of the insulation type and thickness or weight of the insulation, and how this combined with the garment design affects heat loss and your overall warmth.
Items with higher ratings will be warmer, and will offer you more protection in colder temperatures.
- Waterproofing: 8/10xWaterproofingOur waterproof rating is based on the fabric's waterproof rating, and how well the overall construction prevents water seepage.
Items with lower ratings are water-repellent, and good for light-snow conditions. Items with higher ratings will be more waterproof, and can protect you in wetter conditions.
The Spyder Guard Ski Jacket packs a ton of value. This jacket is more waterproof than most other kids' ski wear, and it's warmly-insulated too. Spyder packed the Guard Jacket with features like pockets, a removable hood, and a powder skirt. One of the nicest things about Spyder kids' ski wear is that it's made to last. When he grows out of this coat you'll be able to pass it down to a younger brother.
- Fabric Rating: 10K Waterproofing / 10K Breathability
- Shell Material: Stretch polyester Xt.L fabric
- Lining Material: Nylon taffeta
- Insulation: 140g ThermaWeb insulation
- Length: Center back measures 22 1/2"
- Brushed inner collar feels soft against skin
- Powder skirt keeps snow from coming up inside jacket
- Spylonâ„˘ DWR makes water bead up instead of wetting the fabric
- Critical seam tape prevent seepage through exposed seams
- Removable hood to keep his head dry
- Adjustable cuffs fit with gloves to keep out snow
- Zippered hand pockets keep fingers snug
- Internal mesh pocket for extra storage
- Data card pocket securely holds ski pass
- Hem drawcord cinches to keep out snow
Questions and Answers
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"I have a 14yr old, 5"6" 115lb boy. Debating on size to order? Would a size 18 or 20 be better, in your opinion? Where is the inseam measurement taken from? Can u give me dimensions of THIS jacket? Also, I was looking at this color in a men's jacket for him, but not sure if a Med. would be huge.(it didn't come in small)"
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Question by smrtshopper on 9/2/2012 - 8:03 pm
"I would go with the size 18, so that it will not fit too baggy. The inseam measurement is for pants, so it won't apply here. This jacket is 20 1/2" across the chest(measured from armpit to armpit), and from top to bottom it is 25 1/2". The size 20 is 21" across the chest, and from top to bottom it is 26". A men's medium will fit too big for him as it will be too long in the body and arms. "
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/6/2012 - 11:14 am
"this jacket runs very small--unlike you said--a youth 20 was way too short in arms and overall size--unfortunately!"
Answer by smrtshopper on 11/29/2012 - 7:42 pm
"I do apologize for the sizing issue you were having. We had not given you a sleeve length so that may be where the problem was. Please give us a call at 1-800-818-0946 so that we may further assist you. "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/30/2012 - 2:38 pm
"My son outgrew his great Spyder he wore for several years, size 10. I ordered a size 12 and it seems rather small. He is 80 pounds about 4'9. Thinking about a size 16 to get several seasons but don't want to drown him especially since this is for downhill skiing primarily. Thank you"
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Question by beid pa on 12/29/2012 - 9:44 am
"It looks like a size 14 would be a better fit for him, were there will be room for him to grow in. It should be a better fit were he will not be swimming in as well. "
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/31/2012 - 9:49 am
"What's the main difference between this jacket and the Leader jacket? Why difference in price? Which one is warmer? Thank you"
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Question by Irina on 1/2/2013 - 8:23 pm
"The difference is that the Spyder Leader Ski Jacket has a welded construction for durability, anti-abrasion overlay protects against scrapes, and has multiple internal pockets for extra storage. "
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/3/2013 - 8:53 am
Average Customer Rating: 5/5 (1 customer reviews)