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Shaun White Snowboarding Jacket for Sale

Updated on March 20, 2011

Shaun White Snowboarding

If you're a skier, a snowboarder, or even a skateboarder, you may have heard of Shaun White. He's an American snowboarder and skateboarder. He's famous for his outlandish moves and stunts.

You never know exactly what he's going to do once he gets up on his board, but you're guaranteed a show. He's popular for riding with a regular stance, as well as a twelve and negative three degrees.

White has paired with Burton, a popular brand of snowboard gear, and he's created his own line of products, to include snowboard boots, jackets, pants, sunglasses, shirts, goggles, and so much more.

Below, you'll find just some of the snowboard jackets that Shaun White has created with Burton. The colors and patterns range from black, brown, white, and various patterns. These are top of the line picks for any snowboarder, and they will definitely keep your upper body and arms dry and protected from the snow. You'll be warmer than ever with one of these Burton Shaun White jackets.

When it comes to matching your jacket to your pants, this can be hard, especially when there are so many great options available in the Shaun White line. Try to be different, as this line is anything but ordinary. Find solid pants with a patterned jacket, or vice versa with patterend Shaun White snowboard pants with a solid jacket. It's all up to you.

But, if you think that you're interested in a Shaun White snowboarding jacket, check out the different options below. The come in both mens, womens, and youth snowboarding jackets. You just may find that once you go Shaun White, you won't go back. My boyfriend picked out his snowboarding gear, without realizing that it was Shaun White until he checked the tag. He bought the jacket and pants on sale, and he recently told me that he won't ever buy anything but this line, as he was so warm snowboarding in negative 15F weather.

Choosing a Snowboard Jacket

There are different types of snowboard jackets to choose from, so when choosing the one for you, you want to consider the options.

  • The Type of Jackets

Shell Style Jackets- These are lightweight jackets that generally have a fleece liner that you can take off. Many people just wear the outer shell with an undershirt, as it can get quite warm in the snow. They are windresistant and waterproof. These jackets are lightweight, which allows for more flexibility.

Parka Style Jacket- These are heavy hooded jackets that are lined with fur or an extra layer of fleece. They provide more shock absorption, and are a more bulky jacket.

Once you've figured out what type of snow jacket you want, consider the features that the jacket may have, so that you get exactly what you want. This was the hardest part when shopping for my boyfriend's snowboarding jacket, as he liked the pattern on one but the features on another.

  • Features

Waterproof- You want a jacket that is going to be waterproof so that the snow doesn't seep right into the jacket.If snow is able to get through your jacket, you won't be on the slopes long, as you'll be soaking wet after a while.

Seams- You want a jacket that has tapered seams to prevent snow and water penetration.

Zippers- Jackets that have plenty of zippers offer more protection. Some jackets will zip to the top of the snowboarding pants to reduce penetration of snow and moisture, but all should have zippers over pockets.

Breathability- Jackets that are made from a microfiber material tend to have more breathability and ventilation.

Ventilation- You want a jacket that has plenty of ventilation, especially underarm ventilation. If you've never been on a snowboard, or if it's been a while, you won't realize how warm you'll actually get until you're up there on the slopes, which is why the underarm ventilation pockets are great.

Pockets- Jackets that have pockets for your iPod, cell phone, lift ticket, and other things are ideal. You don't want to carry on too many things, but whatever you do choose to carry, needs to be protected from moisture and from loss.

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