If it’s good enough for the mighty Scott Stevens, then it’s probably good enough for you. Thirty Two’s Venice (left) is his signature jacket – light and snow-resistant, it’s ideal for rail riding and park sessions. We couldn’t mention Thirty Two without dropping in the Shiloh 2 Insulated jacket (right). This classic has been on their shelves since day one – and it’s easy to see why. Pair with a pair of baggy-but-not-too-baggy Basement pants and you’re good to go!
Venice Jacket – £130
Slauson Pant – £155
Shiloh 2 Insulated Jacket – £190
Basement Pant – £135
ABOUT THIRTY TWO SNOWBOARDING
Thirty Two launched their first outerwear collection in the late 2000s, building on their massive success as a boot brand. With the skate pedigree and financial clout provided by their parent company Sole Technology (makers of Emerica and Etnies shoes) it’s no surprise that their street-inspired range took off rapidly. It helped of course that they had an awesome team riding their boots already – including the mighty JP Walker, who they quickly signed up to represent their outerwear too. The kit is designed with function in mind first and foremost, a fact that’s reflected in some of the high-tech fabrics they use. That said, Thirty Two’s styling has always been urban-inspired, as pieces like that big logo jacket and the loose-fit pants here show.