The Coat Check 2019—The O'Neill Jones Rider Jacket

SNOWBOARDER Magazine traveled all the way to Baldface Lodge high above Nelson, BC to experience some all-time cat boarding while getting a first look at how 8 new high-end men's jackets perform when navigating storm conditions, descending waist deep pow and keeping us composed despite our succumbing to the froth effect. Check out the specs below!

Jones O’Neill? Has a nice ring to it. p: Mike Yoshida

SNOWBOARDER Says:

When Jack O'Neill invented the modern day wetsuit in 1953 his motivation was simple, he simply wanted to stay out in the surf longer. That same "Stay Out Longer" mentality remains within the DNA of every piece of O'Neill outerwear. The Jones Rider Jacket maintains this mentality as it's namesake endorser has been known to "Stay Out" in the backcountry for months at a time. Jeremy knows that risk is inherent to the pursuit of his passion, which is why he doesn't take any chances in the gear he chooses. With Recco, Hyperdry, Thinsulate and other proven components the Rider Jacket provides more than enough benefits to keep you breaking trail without breaking the bank.

A rider riding in the Rider. p: Baker

O'neill Says:

Add the Jones Rider Jacket to your winter collection to have a jacket you can rely on as you head off to the powder fields. Designed by the one and only Jeremy Jones this jacket is a standout winter piece with unparalleled movement and comfort that excels on backcountry hikes.

Highlights below. p: Mike Yoshida

Highlights:
-Regular fit
-Fully taped seams
-O’Neill Hyperdry
-Mechanical stretch
-Fixed hood with adjusters
-Snow gaiter and side venting
-Elasticated cuff
-Recco technology
-Bottom adjustment
-54% Recycled polyester, 46% Polyester

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MSRP: $240.00

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