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What do you look for in a snowboard hoodie?

Hey guys, i own a clothing company and i'd really like to make some winter hoodies this year. I've asked a few friends but i wanted to get some other opinions.

What do you guys look for in a snowboard hoodie? Lots of pockets? Warm? Colors? Etc.


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Not cotton (if I will be riding in it), and no obnoxious neons or colour blocks. Keep it simple.
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I wanna help but idk what I look for. The only specific snowboard hoodie I own is this one CANDYGRIND GO SNOWBOARDING ZIP HOODIE - BLACK

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agree with the not-cotton! I'm happy to pay more for a hoodie that is a little more technical. For years I've worn the burton bonded hoodie as a mid-layer. Its been good to me. I'd love to see what you can come up with, as would many other forum members I'm sure.
Also, and I'm not sure how to describe it. I really like hoods that are sewn so that they don't stick up in a point when they're on your head. anyone else agree with me on that one?
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Unicorns!!!!!!


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I'd be willing to pay any amount of money if my hoddie came with a unicorn. You let me know....

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Not cotton (if I will be riding in it), and no obnoxious neons or colour blocks. Keep it simple.
Cotton is rotten, affirmative. We will look into some non cotton fabric, but making a non cotton hoodie isn't easy unfortunately.

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agree with the not-cotton! I'm happy to pay more for a hoodie that is a little more technical. For years I've worn the burton bonded hoodie as a mid-layer. Its been good to me. I'd love to see what you can come up with, as would many other forum members I'm sure.
Also, and I'm not sure how to describe it. I really like hoods that are sewn so that they don't stick up in a point when they're on your head. anyone else agree with me on that one?
Yes, i know exactly what you mean, makes you look like a fool when it "pops" at the top.

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I'd be willing to pay any amount of money if my hoddie came with a unicorn. You let me know....
Ill work on that.


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i was about to flip when i read the title to this thread. thinking some kid ask advise on picking hoodies....
i wouldnt put it past someone on here tho....

thanks for not being that guy.....

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I like wrist gaiters

And can't be cotton if it's for riding.

Media pocket in the chest area.

Higher neck zipper (so it can zip to your chin and not leave the neck exposed.

Roomy Hood.

There are a few gimmicky ideas that aren't that bad. I like the plastic "Cigar Tube" with designated pocket. Great for those on the big mountain who need a place to stash their...uh...cigar, and not have to worry about it getting crushed.
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