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Sass 'N' Fras Insulator Jacket

Volcom Sass 'N' Fras Insulator Jacket

£ 126.08
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Colour: black
Size:
Size chart
Delivery time only 3 to 6 business days
 
Customer service: +43 3687 2422 333

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Size chart for Volcom - Snowboard Jackets

SASS'N'FRAS INS JKT

Your little girl deserves a great warm jacket and the Sass'n'Fras insulated jacket keeps those standards in mind. Throw it on with the Standard Fit for more room to move and play on and off the mountain. The V-Science 2-Layer Shell and a 10,000mm/10,000gm2 waterproof/breathable rating helps keep the winter elements in check, while the Helmet Compatible Hood allows room to keep the helmet on and safety a priority.

Attributes

  • Heavy insulation: Great for the coldest days
  • Article number: 568644
  • Water Column: 10000 mm
    Measure for the waterproofness of outerwear. From a water column of 4.000 it is considered waterproof. The higher the value, the better suited for extreme weather.
  • Breathability: 10000 g
    The capacity of the garment to channel perspiration away from the body whilst providing protection from moisture and cold. The higher the value, the more comfortable in extreme situations.
  • For: Boys
  • Material Specification: 100 % polyester
  • Weight: 1000 g
  • Eco: Recycled
Features
  • Standard Fit
  • Zip Tech® Jacket to Pant Interface Grow-Tech
  • Helmet Compatible Hood
  • Youth Safe Hood System
  • Super Suede Chin Guard
  • Adjustable Powder Skirt
  • Brushed Tricot Lined Handwarmer Pockets
  • Pocket Access Hem Cinch
  • Specialty Ticket Ring
  • Pass Pocket w/ Leash

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About Volcom

Born out of the spirit to pursue ones passions, Volcom's mission is to turn obstacles into opportunities and give people the courage to tempt the impossible. Right in line with what we here at Blue Tomato strive to do. Volcom have taken the snowboard, skate and surfing scenes by storm since they kicked the whole thing off in 1991, and it doesn't look like they are about to stop any time soon.