A clean design and reliable performance makes the Block jacket a best seller in the Fusion Range.
Size:S - Small
Colour: Green / black
Product ID: 238181 1101119353311 7333069088232
The Block Ski/Snowboard Jacket from Wearcolour is part of the Fusion range which combines fashion with function to ensure you look great whilst being protected from the elements.
With a durable 2 layer construction, Wearcolour have used their unique Pinetech technology in the fabric which has a similar effect as water on duck feathers, with 10k waterproof and breathability ratings so you have all day protection. The taped seams ensure that water can't seep in whilst the powder skirt enables your jacket stays in place, preventing snow getting underneath your jacket.
The Wearcolour Block Snowboard/Ski Jacket also features a storm placket, inner pocket, ventilation pits with mesh guards, lycra cuffs with thumb holes, velcro adjustable straps, 250T polyester lining, brushed tricot chin guard and an adjustable drawcord hood and bottom hem.
So whether you're looking for a stylish winter jacket, a technical jacket for the slopes or one that can do it all, the Block jacket from Wearcolour is bound to tick your boxes.
Brand Heritage: Ski
Waterproof Rating: 10,000mm
Breathability Rating: 10,000gm
Seam Construction: Critically Taped
Insulation: 40g High-Loft Polyester
Pockets: Fleece Lined Hand Pockets
Hood Construction: Fixed, Adjustable Hood
Construction: 2-Layer Pinetech
Fit: Regular Fit - Dropped Tail
Bionic-Finish Eco DWR (Durable Water Repellent)
Water Resistant Zippers
Elastic Hood Drawstring
Mesh Lined Vents
Fleece Chin Guard
Lycra Sleeve Cuffs
Elasticated Drawstring Hem
We have selected the following pages from our Advice Centre as possibly the most relevant for you.
Warm, sturdy, and most importantly, stylish. Arguably on par with Burton gear and worth every penny. As a seasonaire this jacket is great for me, ideal to take out in the evening and keeps me warm on the slope. The only drawback is the lack of ski pass pockets. I keep my phone in my inside pocket and have to lift one leg up every time I pass through a ticket barrier because my ski pass now lives in my Burton ski pants. Still love the jacket, worth it!