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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-23-2011, 07:30 PM Thread Starter
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Light hoodie

im looking for a light water resistant material hoodie... if you have any suggestions tell me please
Where i ride it never gets too cold... its normally like in the 40's


this is one im looking at

Shred Hoodie | Rome Snowboard Design Syndicate 2012
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CANDYGRIND GO SNOWBOARDING ZIP HOODIE - NAVY

It's really nice. I really like the message too. I have it and it's really warm. It's pretty waterproof and it has thumb holes and zippered front pockets. It also has a pretty big pocket in the hood. Pretty cheap for that quality too.

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CANDYGRIND GO SNOWBOARDING ZIP HOODIE - NAVY

It's really nice. I really like the message too. I have it and it's really warm. It's pretty waterproof and it has thumb holes and zippered front pockets. It also has a pretty big pocket in the hood. Pretty cheap for that quality too.
Cotton in snow FTL
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Normally I'd agree, but it's actually better than almost any sweatshirt.

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Normally I'd agree, but it's actually better than almost any sweatshirt.
Never tried one so you'd know better than I.
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Yah, the only time it really got wet to the point where I could feel it was when I tacoed on a metal pipe and slide all the way down it like that.

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DC, Sessions, Burton, Analog, Nomis and Bonfire all make softshell hoodies off the top of my head. You shouldn't have any trouble finding one.
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You're probably best off going for a softshell jacket with a 5k/5k or 10k/10k rating that has a jacket or hoodie fit and a minimal tricot type insulation.

I wear normal hoodies that have a like a 95/5 blend cotton/polyester and they work fine. Obviously they get wet but if you are sticking to groomers and park, it doesn't get bad.
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