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Top 44 Snowboard Jackets (and Pants) of 2013/2014

DC are always counted upon to nail the streetwear to snowwear transition every season. An American college jacket like the DCLA jacket (right) always crops up, while the classic Servo 14 jacket (left) is a favourite among DC customers for its practicality and military-style look. They may not be the most high-tech kit around but both serve as good all-round mountain jackets. Those looking for something with a few more fancy features should check out the rad new Supermine, designed by park shapers, for duvet-like levels of warmth.

LEFT
Servo 14 Jacket – £175
10,000mm waterproof
10,000gm breathability

Relay 14 Pant – £145
10,000mm waterproof
10,000gm breathability

RIGHT
DCLA Jacket – £190
10,000mm waterproof
10,000gm breathability

Relay 14 Pant – £145
10,000mm waterproof
10,000gm breathability

ABOUT DC SNOWBOARDING

Starting out as a skate shoe brand, DC’s laidback California vibe saw them grow rapidly, and they quickly decided to use their shoe nouse and know-how to start making snowboard boots. Shortly afterwards, they began producing technical outerwear too, and now have an impressive roster of riders rocking it – including the legend that is Devun Walsh and Torstein ‘Mr Triple Cork’ Horgmo. Having one foot firmly rooted in skating means that DC kit always feels like street-wear adapted for the snow. They can be counted on to produce something like the college-inspired jacket here most seasons. While kit like that isn’t the most tech, they still make some high-end stuff that their team can take to the Whistler backcountry.

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