Henrik Harlaut is the steeziest dude this side of-well, anyplace, and he designed his namesake pro-model Harlaut Insulated Jacket to assist him up the ante when he is within the park. It has a long Are compatible so nobody will query your jib credentials, and occasional-loft polyfill insulation so you can stay warm and not using a bulky jacket slowing down your spins or interfering together with your grabs. If your skiing’s so hot that you simply get sweaty, pop open the underarm vents to chill down and slip off the Lycra wrist gaiters to let some air up your sleeves, but do not bother fiddling with the external-get admission to audio pocket, because you have to have that rasta fiyah rattling your dome. When you ever get adventurous and come to a decision to depart the manicured booters and wall rides in the back of for some pow, the Harlaut’s were given your back with a MegaRex 10K Water resistant membrane, fully-taped seams, and a stashable powder skirt that’ll keep snow out despite the fact that you over-rotate and rag doll so fast your eyes pop out. You do not need to fret about your pass flying away, regardless that, because in case you are smart you can stash it within the sleeve pocket.
Long Are compatible: comfortable Are compatible with an additional 3-4″ of length
Subject material: [body] MegaRex 2L, [lining] taffeta
Technology: Water resistant 10K, Breathable 10K + DWR + fully taped seams
Insulation: [body] 80g polyfill, [sleeves] 60g polyfill
Pockets: [external] 2 zippered hand, 1 zippered chest media, 1 zippered sleeve, [internal] 1 micro-f