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11-03-2010 05:53 PM
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686 Smarty Uzi Jacket - Small

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Wore this two times last season but it's just too baggy for me. I prefer a tighter fit. Definitely fits more like a medium. It's got a little dirt on the inside of the collar but other than that, the thing is practically brand new.

$50 + shipping

686 Smarty Uzi Snowboard Jacket - Green Tweed - Small

While most three-in-one jackets include a flimsy fleece, the 686 Men's Smarty Uzi Snowboard Jacket features a quilted sweater jacket with Polyfill insulation. Combine this with the fully seam taped, waterproof breathable shell, and you have all the ammo you need for a no-mercy snowboard mission. If the weather dictates, leave the liner in the car and have a dope-sick casual jacket to wear out to dinner after riding. If you wear the liner and regret it at noon, unzip the Uzi coat's pit vents to cool off. 686 gave this Smarty jacket a powder skirt and Lycra wrist gaiters to block snow from infiltrating your defenses. Tons of pockets give you spots to stash your goggles, iPod, and snacks.




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