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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 08-07-2009, 04:23 PM
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Question right snowboarding jacket size

i recently bought an under armour snowboarding jacket at size L - the sleeves fit me fine but the jacket is a little loose. i went online and checked out the sizing chart and turns out that i bought 2 sizes too big for me. would that be a hindrance, or not look like how it should be? i'm new to this so i could use some help. im 5'4 and a US size 6. weight is about high 120s to 130 lbs.
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Yeah you'll totally not be able to ride with that coat!!!


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Im 5'8" and wear a medium. It depends on the brand and individual style to decide what fits. Also usually their is elastic around the waist so you can make the body fit a bit tighter.
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I'm not sure, usually when I buy things with long sleeves I have problems with it because my arms are a tad longer than normal. The large's sleeves just go over half my palm..
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So under armor makes snowboard jackets?
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So under armor makes snowboard jackets?
yeah they do. specifications are pretty good- i was just worried about the size just in case it looks overly huge
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yeah they do. specifications are pretty good- i was just worried about the size just in case it looks overly huge
Just gangsta thug it and act black like all the other white kids in the park.
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