Elevate your radness in the O'Neill 91 Xtreme Jacket. It combines the shred-tastic vibes of the 80's and 90's with todays elevated fabric, breaking into a new realm of form and function that takes the durability of today's gear and pairs it with the fun that seems to be missing from so much snow gear these days. The jacket is built to be tough without skipping on eco conscious by using 60% recycled polyester in its shell, and backing it up with a HyperDry membrane that seals out snow and sleet. The inside is constructed with breathable materials that work to trap heat, but wick away sweat so you can stay comfortable when you boot pack up for a pow line, or spring days start to get toasty. A layer of Firewall insulation sits between the inner lining and outer shell to trap your body heat within its lofty fibers, keeping you warm when temperatures plummet, and adjustable cuffs and hem seal the seal by keeping heat from escaping. While the construction is what makes this jacket future-proof, what you really want to know about are the radical graphics. O'Neill resurrected retro snow styles from their archive with their Reissue line, bringing back favorites from the 80's and 90's so you can relive your (or your dad's) glory days.
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