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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-06-2011, 12:49 PM Thread Starter
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Just Bought a Jacket?!?

hey guys,

Is this a good jacket??? just bought and paid for 3 to 5 day shipping so i could have it before this weekend!!! is it good thought... like is it good for snowboarding...
Jacket Link: http://shop.ccs.com/product/model:15...UMBER%20SEARCH

thanks!

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It says it's 70% cotton.
It might soak up the snow and get heavy.
It has fur on it.
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i have the red plaid reversible one, its nice. wish i got mine a size bigger but it does the job. its warm and does a pretty good job of repeling water, i wouldnt wear it in a downpour but so far in snow its been nice and dry.

and if its like mine then the fur will zip off the hod if you want. i left mine on so i felt more like an eskimo.

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i have the red plaid reversible one, its nice. wish i got mine a size bigger but it does the job. its warm and does a pretty good job of repeling water, i wouldnt wear it in a downpour but so far in snow its been nice and dry.

and if its like mine then the fur will zip off the hod if you want. i left mine on so i felt more like an eskimo.
haha yea lol i ordered the gray one but it was only available in a size small... so i got the blue one and it is just like it... i got to send the gray one back when it comes lol i figured next year a small would have been TOO small....... lol

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Junk.... Never wear cotton riding
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Junk.... Never wear cotton riding
have you ridin in this jacket? i have....its not junk. thanks try again.

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You get what you pay for, and that jacket is cheap
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that's not even a snowboarding jacket. it doesnt say it's water repellent anywhere on the page. crap jacket, c'mon it's 70% cotton and 30% polyester!
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I ride in this jacket evrry day, it rained last nite for 30 minutes, i rode the entire time, i was not wet, jacket looked wet but then with 3 minutes of no rain jacket looked dry again. I wouldnt trust it in a downpour but it does fine in rain just sayin, dont knock it till u try it.

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sorry can't believe you. make a video of you pouring water on it
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