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686 Moniker Insulated Snowboard Jacket (Men's)

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Fit Waterproofing Warmth

Relaxed: Also known as "regular," these garments fit just right, not too baggy or not too slim.

8 - 10: Great for heavy snow, offers total protection, good for prolonged periods in wet or heavy snow.

5 - 7: Great for temperatures 15°-30°F.

Style: L7W113

Clean and simple to the eye but with plenty going on below, the 686 Moniker Insulated Snowboard Jacket is a rock-solid bestseller. It protects with a combination of 10K waterproof-breathable fabric taped at the seams and mapped 80/60/40g insulation. Air-Flo™ mesh vents let you crank the AC on when you start running hot. A one-cinch hood provides storm coverage and a powder skirt adjusts to keep snow out of the interior. Don't get too fancy; just get out there and shred.

  • Air-Flo™ mesh-lined underarm vents provide fast cooling
  • Adjustable powder skirt seals snow out
  • Outer collar venting keeps air flowing
  • Fit: Relaxed
  • Waterproofing: 8/10
  • Warmth: 6/10
  • Insulation Type: Synthetic
  • Seam Sealing: Fully Taped
  • Breathability Rating (grams): 10000
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 10000
  • Insulation Amount (grams): 80
  • Length (inches): 30.5
  • Underarm Venting
  • Jacket to Pant Connector
  • Chest Pockets
  • Water-Resistant Coating
  • Large Interior Pocket
  • Interior Media Pocket
  • Drawcord Hem
  • Pass Pocket
  • Adjustable Cuffs
  • Insulated
  • Taped Seams
  • Inside Pockets
  • Powder Skirt

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"Is the bottom section of this jacket black or navy?"
1 Answers | Answer Question
Question by Steve on 1/13/2019 - 6:52 pm
"Thank you for your inquiry. The bottom section of the Fatigues Colorblock is navy and the bottom section of the Khaki Melange Colorblock is black. We hope this information helps! "
Answer by Kelli (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/15/2019 - 6:06 pm