Best snowboard jackets

Finding the best snowboard jackets that you need for your ride, can be tricky at times. Wearing the bulky one is not the answer always!

You need something that'll keep you warm, no matter what the weather condition is.

You should get your hands on the most comfortable snowboard jackets As these are your best bet to perform all the tricks without thinking of the cold.

The styles vary as per their functionality and security level. But that's not it. For some, it is also about making a statement in the snow while shielding themselves as the temps’ drop. 

We have listed some of the best snow jackets that you can tag along in the mountains.

Dive into the world of some warmest snowboard jackets and get your journey started the right way.

15 Best men's snowboard jacketS & 15 BEST woMEN'S SNOWBOARD JACKETS


ARC'TERYX FOR MEN & WOMEN

  • Layer: Mid layer.
  • Insulation: Synthetic insulation.
  • Fit: Slim.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best use: All-round.

Given the freezing temperature that we are experiencing this year, you are going to need the best snowboard jackets in 2021and that’s where the Arc’teryx cerium LT hoodie comes in.

The face fabric is Arato™ 10 100% Nylon Taffeta with Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish.

Taffeta is known for its outstanding durability windproofing and tear strength.

With Down Composite Mapping the synthetic insulation gets placed advantageously thus providing warmth and resistance from moisture.

Has two zippered hand pockets and an internal security (zippered) pocket with a stuff sack.

Pros

  • Adjustable Hem Drawcord.
  • Elasticized cuffs at the wrist.
  • Down insulated StormHood™ with an adjustable low profile.

Cons

  • Bit costly.
  • Layer: 3 layers of Gortex-Tex.
  • Insulation: Shell.
  • Fit: Regular fit.
  • Waterproofing (mm): 28000.
  • Breathability: 20000
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best use: All-mountain and freeriding.

With robust 80D nylon face fabric, Arc’teryx is one of the warmest snowboard jackets.

Gore® C-KNIT™ backer technology makes this jacket not only waterproof but also windproof and breathable.

Arc’teryx has 7 pockets, which includes 2 chest and 2 hand pockets respectively. While one internal laminated and one internal dump pocket. Lastly a sleeve pocket for RFID ski pass.

Furthermore, WaterTight™ pit zippers provide easy access while wearing a pack.

Pros

  • Lightweight.
  • One-handed drawcords.
  • Rain shield.

Cons

  • Bit costly.

  • Layer: 2 Layers.
  • Insulation: Synthetic.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 20000.
  • Breathability: 15000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best use: Versatile.

This jacket is the definition of versatility as it can be used in each and every condition.

With the Durable water resistance finish and infiDRY® stretch fabric, the latter being the signature fabric with multiple levels of protection.

Provides the best level of waterproofing that can endure the tough stance of Mother Nature.

Speaking about liner material it has removable SMARTY® 3 in 1 liner along with Polyfil insulation and stretches poly fleece side body panels.

Furthermore, it has an internal 686 Jacquard mesh storage/goggle pocket, along with an internal audio card outlet with a pocket and a full Velcro closure sleeve pass pocket.

Pros

  • Outer collar vent.
  • One cinch hood adjustment.
  • Tangle-free headphone loops.

Cons

  • None!
  • Layer: 2 Layers of Gortex® fabric.
  • Insulation: Synthetic.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproofing (mm): 28000.
  • Breathability: 20000
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best use: Backcountry/resort.

With 60g polyfill insulation GLCR Gore-Tex moonlight snowboarding jacket provides strong weather protection in the toughest conditions.

The inner lining of this jacket is of satin, and with such an enunciated fit this jacket covers every inch of your body.

To put this in perspective this jacket is at least 2” longer than those with standard lengths.

It has pockets for various purposes.

It has an internal pocket for a smartphone which includes an Audio cord outlet.

On top of that it has Sleeve pass pocket, internal tissue pocket, etc.

Pros

  • Fully taped seams.
  • Underarm vents (mesh lined).
  • Adjustable welded cuffs.

Cons

  • Not an extendable kids outwear.

  • Layer: 2 Layers.
  • Insulation: Shell.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 28000.
  • Breathability: 20000.
  • Hood Type: Removable hood.
  • Best use: Powder.

Patagonia keeps getting better like a bottle of aged wine. GoreTex® membrane coupled with the husky construction ensures the viability of the jacket.

The fabric is 4.6oz 150D with 100% recycled polyester with DWR finish.

The membrane is basically a thin layer of Polytetrafluoroethylene which helps maintain the optimum environment inside the jacket.

With a regular fit, this jacket has enough pockets to carry all the essentials that you need in the snow.

Pros

  • Brushed polyester mesh as a lining material.
  • Bluesign® approved.
  • Concealed RECCO® reflector.

Cons

  • Doesn’t have insulation.
  • Layer: 3 layers of H2No®.
  • Insulation: Shell.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood (with adjustability).
  • Best use: Backcountry and resort skiing.


With 100% polyester (of which 70% is recycled) Patagonia snowdrifter is one the ideal snowboard jacket that includes a Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish and solid stretch Ripstop.

It has a regular fit which assures neither the slim fit, not the oversized one.

SO you can wear it on any heavier mid-layers.

this Patagonia snowboard jacket has a sufficient number of pockets.

Some of them are handwarmer pockets (zippered) internal drop-in pocket, one pass pocket (zippered) on the left forearm.

Pros

  • Fully taped sealing.
  • RECCO® reflector.
  • Laminated visor.

Cons

  • The hem is a bit too tight.

  • Layer: 2 Layers.
  • Insulation: Shell.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 30000.
  • Breathability: 25000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.

DC Command jacket with its impressive waterproofing and breathability keeps the precipitation outside while allowing the perspiration to escape. Thus keeping you dry and warm all the time.

The fabric has 100% stretch polyester (Oxford weave), while the SympaTex® weather defense 30 does the job of waterproofing and breathability.

With a regular fit and a drop tail, this jacket has a packable pocket and zip-up Napoleon pocket, along with a hand warmer, chest and sleeve pass pockets with the zip-up feature.

Pros

  • Fully taped seams.
  • Removable waist gaiter.
  • Convertible hood and collar system.

Cons

  • Lacks insulation.
  • Layer: 2 Layers.
  • Insulation: Synthetic insulation.
  • Fit: Slim.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 10000.
  • Breathability: 5000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.

It wouldn’t be a stretch to say that DC leads the category of the best snowboarding jacket.

With 5K breathability and 10K waterproofing, this jacket is ideal for this winter season.

As far as face fabric is concerned this jacket is 100% solid polyester mini Oxford.

For insulation, it has 80g in the body region and 40g in the sleeves. This tailored fit jacket includes a taffeta printed lining.

It has 3 zippered pockets which include a hand warmer, Napoleon, and sleeve pass pockets.

Pros

  • Underarm lined vents (meshed).
  • Waist gaiter.
  • Critically taped sealing.

Cons

  • Only the 1-year warranty.

  • Layer: 2 Layers.
  • Insulation: PrimaLoft®.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 28000.
  • Breathability: 20000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best Use: Backcountry.

Burton AK 2LGore-Tex Swash jacket packs everything you need to conquer the pow this season.

The fabric includes 75D Dobby Weave cross-dyed polyester along with 200D Nylon plain weave on the side panels.

Gore-Tex is ideal for various outdoor activities, the best part is that the membrane is attached with the outer fabric only thus improving the movement and comfort.

The living lining changes its nature depending on your body heat, this maintains the optimum temperature for a long time.

Also, it has 4 zippered interior and exterior pockets along with interior dump pockets.

Pros

  • Power mesh wrist gaiters.
  • Jacket to pant interface.
  • Water-resistant YKK® zippers.

Cons

  • Not that warm.
  • Layer: 2 Layers of Gore-Tex.
  • Insulation: Thermolite® insulation.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 28000.
  • Breathability: 20000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.

Stylish yet weatherproof burton’s women's patterned snowboarding jacket is a treasure.

While the Gore-Tex balsam jacket brings out the creative aspect of Burton, here it is the diagonal zipper.

The living lining presents just behind the external shell together with 80g of insulation provides sufficient warmth and dryness to keep you comfortable.

The hollow-core fibers of this insulation trap hot air and enhance the evaporation of moisture.

While the living material maintains the heat level either by shrinking or expanding the pores depending on the need.

Pros

  • Helmet-compatible hood.
  • Fully taped sealing.
  • Products are Bluesign® approved.

Cons

  • Doesn’t have Velcro.

  • Layer: 3 Layers.
  • Insulation: Shell.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 30000.
  • Breathability: 10000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best Use: During winter storms.

Flylow lab coat was a dream come true as the ultimate FlyLow product to face the mountain.

Courtesy of eVent fabric, Direct Venting™, and Durable Water Finish (DWR) the inside of the jacket will remain dry for a long period of time.

The articulated shoulder and sleeves fit prevents your sleeves from getting pulled up while making a reaching move.

FlyLow has one internal pocket and four external pockets.

Pros

  • Lightweight cuffs.
  • Removable powder skirt.
  • Waterproof zippers (YKK®).

Cons

  • Proper insulation is missing.
  • Layer: 2 Layers.
  • Insulation: Shell.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 20000.
  • Breathability: 20000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.

The brand that understands your needs, Flylow Billie has a highly durable waterproof breathable membrane with top-notch quality.

This 3 layers intuitive fabric is 100% polyester, it also includes Omniblog durable water repellant (DWR) feature.

This is not only stormproof but also provide rain resistance without compromising breathability.

Flylow has no shortage of pockets as it has two hands and one chest pocket, three interior pockets, and one pass pocket on the lower sleeve.

Pros

  • Underarm vents.
  • Has a helmet-compatible hood.
  • Removable powder skirt.

Cons

  • Material is stiff.

  • Layer: 3 Layers.
  • Insulation: Shell.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 28000.
  • Breathability: 20000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best Use: Side country.

An adventurer needs a top snowboard jacket that is rightly and well-built to prevent the rider from getting wet either from the outside or from the inside.

With 100% recycled polyester and Gore-Tex waterproof breathable membrane, you will receive the maximum comfort and protection.

This jacket has a snow sport fit along with a Drawcord hem.

It has sufficient pocket space as well, there are oversized internal drop pockets for radios, gloves, etc, another being the hand pockets which are zipped.

Pros

  • Chest zip to access internal pockets.
  • Helmet-compatible hood.
  • Avalanche Rescue System (RECCO®)

Cons

  • Lacks insulation.
  • Layer: 3 Layers of Gore-Tex.
  • Insulation: Shell.
  • Fit: Slim.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 28000.
  • Breathability: 20000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best Use: For Alpine weather.

Mountain hard weather exposure is designed to endure the toughest weather the mountain can through at you.

With Gore-Tex breathable waterproof membrane you expect your jacket to be completely windproof and waterproof coupled with enhanced breathability.

This winter jacket has zippered hand pockets along with the helmet-compatible adjustable hood. Moreover it has single pull Cohaesive ™ cord-lock technology.

Pros

  • Avalanche rescue system (RECCO®).
  • Underarm vents (zippered).
  • Fabric approved by Bluesign®.

Cons

  • Lacks insulation.

  • Layer: 2 Layers.
  • Insulation: Shell.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 28000.
  • Breathability: 20000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best Use: Side country.

Most of us want to have a coat that can handle the harshness of the weather as well as be stylish.

Look no further Quiksilver Black Alder jacket is here to satiate your need.

With 100% polyester plain weave, the garments of this Gore-Tex snowboard jacket is robust, windproof, waterproof.

It also comes with improved breathability.

Quiksilver has seamless Mega-Stretch lining with internal media and goggle pockets.

It has also pass pocket and hand warmer pocket which includes lens cleaner and key clip.

Pros

  • Articulated design.
  • Adjustable cuffs.
  • Wrist gaiters with thumbholes.

Cons

  • Zippers can be tricky.
  • Layer: 2 Layers of Gore-Tex stretch.
  • Insulation: Primaloft® Black insulation.
  • Fit: Slim.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 28000.
  • Breathability: 20000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best Use: For all-mountain.

Roxy haze stretch jacket has that signature feminine look brings the sleekness into the fold.

It also does the job of protection when you are on the slopes.

This jacket has been made from 100% recycled polyester plain weave which also includes water repellant treatment.

Primaloft offers lightweight comfort, softness, warmth, and insulation (80g).

Speaking about lining it has brushed mesh tricot and ultra-lightweight recycled polyester taffeta.

This jacket has enough pockets to include everything. 

Like chest and sleeve pass pocket, handwarmer pockets, and goggles/media pockets.

Pros

  • Fully taped seams.
  • Powder skirt with stow away snaps system.
  • YKK® Aquaguard ®zippers.

Cons

  • Lacks a petite jacket.

  • Layer: 3 Layers.
  • Insulation: Shell.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best use: Park, backcountry.

A list of cool snowboarding jackets will remain incomplete without including the north face A-CAD futurelight™ jacket.

Built waterproof technology this jacket is designed to achieve wonders while staying dry.

The face fabric is 100% recycled polyester with a Durable Water Repellant finish.

The nano-spinning process involved in the FUTURELIGHT™ fabric offers remarkable permeability while maintaining complete impermeability.

There are two Zipped chest pockets, two cargo pockets (both high volume and stretchable), one internal pocket on the left chest one goggle pocket, and a ski pass pocket.

Pros

  • Drop hood with helmet compatibility.
  • Adjustable powder skirt.
  • Jacket to pant integration.

Cons

  • Lacks proper insulation.
  • Layer: 2 Layers.
  • Insulation: Roxy DryFlight® technology.
  • Fit: Slim.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 10000.
  • Breathability: 5000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.

Roxy Meade snow jacket has everything that you would require while on the slopes.

The face fabric is 100% polyester dobby while the DryFlight® technology is designed to maintain your body heat while keeping you dry and also safeguarding you from overheating.

Speaking about insulation this high-loft synthetic yam insulation combines excellent heat retention with low weight and high breathability.

It also has highly engineered lightweight polyester taffeta lining, along with printed taffeta with brushed tricot.

Pros

  • Hip-hitting hem with a feminine waist.
  • Removable faux fur hood trim.
  • Roxy hydro smart technology.

Cons

  • Hard to find one.

  • Layer: 2 Layers.
  • Insulation: Shell.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 32000.
  • Breathability: 32000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best use: All mountain.

This futuristic shell jacket comes equipped with all the tech that’s needed to secure the jacket from the outside environment.

The face fabric includes a 2-layer of Repel WRT infinite stretch polyester shell and the 32 Repel 32K membrane provides excellent waterproofing and breathability.

Reactor heat reactive mesh is made up of temperature reactive fibers that contract and expand depending upon the temperature.

TM3 has chest pockets with vents, hand pockets that are lined with brushed tricot, a quick stash pocket for ski pass, a media pocket with a phone leash, and a goggle pocket.

Pros

  • It has an elite level lining.
  • Zonal warming panels.
  • Hidden hem cinch.

Cons

  • Doesn’t have insulation.
  • Layer: 2 Layers.
  • Insulation: Shell.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 10000.
  • Breathability: 10000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best use: Mountain and park.

Considered one of the best snowboard jackets from Desiree, it offers fully taped protection and a sleek design.

With 10K waterproofing and 10K breathability, this REPEL membrane is flawless in design.

Furthermore, this jacket has the Team Level Lining System and Team fit along with Internal Drawstring Waist Adjustment.

With the artwork from Desiree Melancon, you get to have Leather Drawstrings Tabs.

Thirty-two Desiree has a quick stash media pocket as well as brushed tricot-lined hand pockets.

Pros

  • Adjustable cinch cuff.
  • Stretchable waist gaiter.
  • Snap lock jacket to pant interface.

Cons

  • Lacks insulation.

  • Layer: 3 Layers.
  • Insulation: Shell.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 28000.
  • Breathability: 20000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best use: Backcountry.

Without compromising the premium Gore-Tex waterproofing and breathability aspect the Hemisphere jacket greatly enhances the movement of the rider.

The main fabric of this jacket is 70D Nylon (100%) with stretch technology.

The 3 layered Gore-Tex membranes are crafted with Gore-Tex fabrics to achieve the highest level of waterproofing, windproofing, and comfort for the wearer.

The lining material involves Gore® C-KNIT backer technology that further improves comfort during trekking, hiking, all-mountain skiing, and the likes of it.

Hemisphere has two internal (Shove-It™) pockets one zipped hand pocket and one chest pocket which has an internal media pocket.

Pros

  • Aquaguard zippers.
  • Hook/Loop cuff closures.
  • Pack belt.

Cons

  • Bit heavy.
  • Layer: 3 Layer Pertex® shield.
  • Insulation: Shell.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 10000.
  • Breathability: 10000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best use: Backcountry.

Designed with a streamlined fit this outdoor research carbide jacket is built to withstand everything which a backcountry can through at you.

Made with 100% nylon 40D face with Tricot knit back, this jacket has a back length of 74 cm (29’).

With these Carbide waterproof snowboard jacketsyou get single internal and dual external chest pockets, as well as an internal mesh stash pocket and a forearm ski pass pocket.

Pros

  • It has Hood Lock™ with helmet compatible features.
  • Hook/Loop cuff closures with Thumb Drive™.
  • Aquaguard® zippers.

Cons

  • Lacks insulation.

  • Layer: 2 Layers.
  • Insulation: Thermolite® insulation.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 10000.
  • Breathability: 5000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.

If you want to forget that you are in bone-chilling temperature then you should opt for Burton’s Covert jacket.

This jacket has a Day ride Durashell™ membrane that possesses all the technical features of breathability and waterproofing in the most comfortable manner.

Thermolite® insulation (80g in the body and 60g in the sleeves and hood) with 40% recycled content is comprised of hollow-core fibers that trap warm air and maintains the body temperature.

The covert jacket has several pockets which include a hand warmer, mid-body, pass pockets, etc.

Pros

  • Blocked Embossed Taffeta Fabric.
  • Bluesign® approved products.
  • Water-resistant zippers (YKK®).

Cons

  • Bit large.
  • Layer: 2 Layers of DRYRIDE Durashell™.
  • Insulation: Thermolite®.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 10000.
  • Breathability: 10000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.

Burton snowboarding jackets neatly combines the on-hill functionality with the off-hill stylishness.

The face fabric is a stretch polyester with nylon Taslon, there are plenty of varieties in them as well to name a few Martini Olive, Tandori, Port royal, cheetah floral, etc.

The jacket’s membrane provides all the technical waterproofing and breathability aspects.

The insulation (80g for body/ 60g for the hood) is prepared with 40% recycled content which includes hollow-core fibers that trap warm air and keep the area free of moisture.

With Burton’s living lining you can expect automatic climate control without worrying about extra weight.

Pros

  • Bluesign® approved products.
  • Has several top-notch pockets.
  • Water repellant waist gaiter.

Cons

  • Bit tight.

  • Layer: 2 Layers.
  • Insulation: Thermolite® insulation.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Hood Type: Removable hood.
  • Best Use: In all conditions.

Patagonia 3 in 1 jacket is designed to use as one piece when zipped together, or as two separate pieces.

The H2No® outside shell maintains dryness inside the jacket and keeps your body temperature in check due to its breathability feature.

The outer shell is 100% polyester micro twill with DWR finish while the zip-out reversible jacket is 100% polyester plain weave.

Patagonia has a total of 6 pockets, which includes a hand pocket, two hands warmer pockets one internal stash pocket, etc.

Pros

  • Pit zips for quick heat release.
  • 2-way adjustable hood with visor.
  • Powder skirt with webbing loop.

Cons

  • Sometimes pockets can get cold.
  • Layer: 2 Layers of H2No® Performance standard.
  • Insulation: Thermogreen®.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best Use: Backpacking.

As opposed to the popular Snowbelle insulated jacket, Patagonia 3 in 1 snowbelle jacket has the optional insulation feature.

Speaking about the oute4r shell it has 4.7oz 75D 100% polyester Micro Twill which is 70% recycled and includes a DWR finish.

The H2No® is truly waterproof, breathable, and windproof designed for various uses.

Instead of bonded scrim, the fabric of this jacket has taffeta or mesh lining.

In this jacket, you will find two zippered hands warmer pockets, one internal stash, and one zip chest pocket.

Pros

  • Microfleece panel at the chin.
  • Concealed RECCO® reflector.
  • Low profile visor for visibility.

Cons

  • Lacks ski pass pocket.

  • Layer: 2 Layers.
  • Insulation: Quilted low-loft insulation.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best Use: Backcountry or park.

Making the list of best snowboard jackets 2021 is Volcom TDS Jacket.

This jacket with the proven consistency of Gore-Tex and the assurance of the insulation makes it everything that you are looking for.

Made from 100% nylon the V-science Thermal Defense System and Infrared lining system retains the heat by reflecting the body heat.

Volcom has 3 pockets, one is a noise pocket for media devices, and another is handwarmer pockets, and lastly the goggle pockets.

Pros

  • Peripheral hood adjustment.
  • Super suede chin guard.
  • Lycra hand gaiters.

Cons

  • Lacks a petite jacket.
  • Layer: 2 Layers.
  • Insulation: Shell.
  • Fit: Slim.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 28000.
  • Breathability: 20000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best Use: Backcountry, powder.

Volcom snowboarding jacket brings you the exquisite Volcom Leda Gore-Tex jacket. It has everything one needs to enjoy the snow with style.

It has a PFCec Free® laminate shell and Gore-Tex engineered breathable membrane that enhances the rider’s comfort and protection.

Speaking about lining Volcom Leda has V-science breathable lining system.

Leda has a noise pocket (customized for phone and media device), a sleeve pass zippered pocket and a goggle pocket.

Pros

  • Specialty ticket ring.
  • Super suede chin guard.
  • Peripheral hood adjustment.

Cons

  • Doesn’t have insulation.

  • Layer: 2 Layers.
  • Insulation: Thermolite® insulation.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 10000.
  • Breathability: 5000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best Use: .

Highly sought after jacket of Helly Hansen, Helly Hansen Alpha 3.0 has been imbued with a new upgrade that features a handy Life pocket™.

Listed among the good snowboarding jackets (if not the best) category, this 3.0 is designed to shred all the pow.

The fabric includes 85% Polyamide and 15% Elastane with a durable water-resistant finish.

Has six pockets where 2 pockets each for hand warming and chest segment while internal pockets for electronics and goggles and lastly a ski pass pocket.

Pros

  • H2Flow™ System mechanical venting.
  • RECCO® advanced rescue system.
  • Foldaway Hi-Vis Brim.

Cons

  • None!
  • Layer: 2 Layers.
  • Insulation: Primaloft®.
  • Fit: Regular.
  • Waterproof Rating (mm): 20000.
  • Breathability: 20000.
  • Hood Type: Fixed hood.
  • Best Use: Resort.

If getting cool snowboard outfits is something you are fond of then you should definitely go Helly Hansen Motionista LifaLoft™ jacket.

It has a 4-way stretchy fabric that has a durable water-repellant finish.

Helly Tech® professional membrane is designed to meet the extreme challenges on the mountain while keeping you warm, dry, and confident.

The insulation is made from a light and warm material with the help of Hansen’s unique LIFA® technology.

This jacket has dual hand warming pockets, ski pass pockets, and internal pockets for media stuff.

Pros

  • Articulated elbows and arms.
  • Advanced Rescue System (RECCO®).
  • YKK® Aquaguard® zippers (water-resistant).

Cons

  • Lacks thumb holes.

These are some of the best men's snowboard jackets and best snowboard jackets for women that you can bank on your next trip. All of these cool snowboarding jackets will make you look equal parts of stylish and comfortable.


The Ultimate Guide On Best snowboarding jackets

When it comes to finding the best snowboard jackets, besides just the brand, there are other factors that you need to consider before making the final decision.

These factors are sure to help you make a wise choice so you have a style that stays with you for years to come.

Here's the ultimate guide so you can own the best snowboarding jackets:

Waterproof Rating

No matter what, your jacket needs to be waterproof. This is in arguably the most important aspect that you need to strictly abide by. Getting wet in such weather will make you sick but owning a jacket that designed with this factor will make for a good purchase.

A snow jacket brand that's known for the waterproof rating is the one you should rely!

Breathability Aspect

Another important thing to remember is that it should let you feel comfortable and breathable as well. Breathability in real terms is measured in grams.

The Moisture Vapor Transmission test is what determines this quotient. The moisture from your body needs to escape with the shell lining.

It totally depends on the snowboarder's choice to opt for a style as it ranges from 5000-15,000 grams. 

Special Features In A Snowboard Jacket

A snowboarding jacket review is incomplete without knowing all the things your jacket must include. These are some special features you cannot do without when you lay your hands on the cool snowboarding jackets.

The key here is to know what you actually require and then go ahead to make a purchase.

Hood

There are types available in the case of hoods.

It can be detached from the jacket so you can wear it as per the weather conditions.

Stowaway type is the one that is attached throughout but this one makes sure your hood is never misplaced.

Wrist Closure 

Wrist closures of snowboarding jackets are quite helpful as they fight against wind and water.

The closures are adjustable and are in a variety like velcro, snap or elastic.

Pockets

Pocket options is quite important as you would want to stow some essentials in a baggy jacket while you are riding.

Make sure that your chosen snow jacket brand has 4-5 pockets so you can keep your things intact.

Final Words

This is a whole list of the best snowboard jackets and how to own the right one. To have some snazzy, cool snowboard outfits, this guide is a win-win for you.

All these styles are highly recommended and these are the best men's snowboarding jacket and women's snowboarding jackets in coming 2022 season.

The Gore-Tex snowboard jackets from Burton and Patagonia are our personal favorites! apart from the styles are durability , these are the statement-makers. Look urbane at all times with this guide!

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