- SIZES: S, M, L, XL
- PRICE: £59 / €66
All hail the riding hoody, and whoever it was that first cracked this nut. While others sweat away in their peak-season jacket, get a gnarly T-shirt burn, or soak through their regular hoodie within five minutes of hitting the hill, the Whitelines/Brethren Apparel collab ‘Lines snowboarding hoodie gives its master the ultimate slush-bashing experience.
The most important thing about any snowboarding hoodie is the fit; you need freedom to move, without drowning in material. This one walks the line really well, with a taller fit that keeps your bum covered, and sleeves that don’t come up short when you’re boning out a grab. The high neckline gives you a bit more protection against the elements, too.
“Cordura reinforcement ensures your hoodie can go the distance through all the arse-dragging, Eurocarving good times you put it through”
While the ‘Lines riding hoodie is primarily made of cotton, the areas most likely to get a kicking on the mountain (elbows, bum) are reinforced with hard-wearing Cordura. Used in everything from gloves to luggage, it’ll ensure your hoodie can go the distance through all the arse-dragging, Eurocarving good times you put it through.
Hoodies trump jackets in warmer weather, but can still get pretty toasty. That’s why the hoodie has extra-long pit zips, backed with a mesh that keeps the slush out. Both wrists are equipped with gaiters for the same reason.