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Sweatshirt/hoodie or jacket?

what do you wear while you ride?

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A waterproof jacket. Especially since I fall a lot!
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Depends since I'm always hot I usualy wear a hoody or light jacket, something waterproof.
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various things depending on the conditions, obviously.
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depends on the weather
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Lots of times hoodies will get super wet & heavy or a bunch of snow will build up onto them so I try to stay away from them, unless its real warm out or I know that i'm not gonna be sitting on my ass alot.


Whatever you get, make sure its waterproof though.. jacketwise.
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I like jacket shells with zip in insulation. I had a sessions trifecta and it was awesome, now I have a 686 uzi and a Sessions Bozung (my heavy down insulated) so its all good.

I do rock hoodies sometimes but I always wear a thermal with thumb loops so I dont rough up my skin off kickers should I fall. Ice rash is a pain, especiall on the lower abs, lower back and forearms

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I don't own anything snowboarding specific. I generally stick with my tried and true outdoor gear. I have a Cloudveil softshell I wear when the conditions aren't too bad, a North Face hardshell I wear on shit days, I usually wear my Mountain Hardware Exposure II bibs because they're damn near indestructible, and then I layer underneath everything. I don't like most snowboarding specific stuff because it's almost always insulated. I'm hot natured anyway and I like to layer for insulation so that I can shed if need be.
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A bonfire shell if its under 35 degrees. If its over that I'll wear a sweatshirt with a thermal under that. If its like 45 or so then I'll just wear a flannel or something.
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