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Fleece/Hoodies for Snowboarding?

So I'm looking for a stylish fleece or hoody to shred in when I'm just hitting the park, and high winds/powder aren't going to be a big issues.

Something with a little bit of water resistance and a good amount of warmth would be awesome. The only thing I have found so far is this Fleece by Volcom, which looks pretty sweet. Anyway tried one of these?

VIP Hydro Fleece

or this, which is similar but a pullover

Blum Pull Over G-Fit Fleece


Other ideas and suggestions are welcome, and please, nothing plain

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Here you go, http://www.trusnow.com/SeSessions Stripe Softshell Hoodie Men's Reviews & Sale | trusnow.comssions-Stripe-Softshell-Hoodie.asp.
I have one of these and love the looks and its comfortable. Have not wore it on its own while snowboarding to test its warmth and water resistance. It has some cool stuff like built in mittens that fold out.
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That's pretty cool. Reviews aren't amazing though.

Any others that anyone knows of?
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Under Armour Storm Hoodie
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Snow and water stick to fleece and it will melt and absorb and get heavy.

Better off with a wool flannel or softshell.

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Burton has some good stuff out. I have two of their dry snow gear and it keeps me plenty dry as long as im not on my ass all day. Also the cold seems to be lessened alot by them. Burton 'Cymbal' Hoodie: Compare Prices, View Price History and Read Reviews at Nextag
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This isn't too shabby:

Dakine Airlift Hoodie
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I have a couple of ThirtyTwo Reppin sweaters and I love them. I picked them up for a really great price also.

ThirtyTwo Reppin', Grey Heather л Apparel л ThirtyTwo, Rider Driven Snowboarding
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I have one of the High Performance Hoodie from Mue Apparel Home and it is pretty slick. They make a pull over and zip up style.
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