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

Park rats and rail riders will dig O’Neill’s Seb Toots jacket (right) with the ‘ST’ logo embellished on the sleeve and matching Grunge pants. The Karma jacket and Cruiser pants (left) carry on this season’s colour block trend plus they both have nice high waterproof ratings for hitting pow fields.

LEFT
Karma Jacket – £250
15,000mm waterproof
10,000gm breathability

Cruiser Pant – £120
10,000mm waterproof
10,000gm breathability

RIGHT
Toots Jacket – £180
10,000mm waterproof
10,000gm breathability

Grunge Pant – £150
15,000mm waterproof
10,000gm breathability

ABOUT O’NEILL SNOWBOARDING

Jack O’Neill, a northern Californian surf-shop owner, began selling primitive wetsuits out of his board shop in the 50s. The company took off as surfers realised that these suits meant they could ride waves all year round, and by the 70s it was one of the biggest names in the industry. This surf heritage stood O’Neill in good stead when it moved into making snowboard outerwear, and it now finds itself in the enviable position of being a big player in the winter-sports market too. Today, O’Neill produces everything from the Seb Toots jacket for park rats and rail riders, to the high spec kit that Jeremy Jones wears when weathering week-long storms in Alaska.

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