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Foursquare designed the Men's Omar jacket for folks who endure wet winters and wetter springs. The Omar's 20K waterproofing easily shrugs off the nastiest storms while the 15,000g breathability rating means water vapor can escape and you won't get that clammier-than-thou feeling. To top off the Omar's impressive list of water-armor features Foursquare gave it waterproof zippers and fully-taped seams to provide an impenetrable barrier against the elements.

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i am 1.74m and 84 kilos...will a XLarge...

i am 1.74m and 84 kilos...will a XLarge fit me

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i am 1.74m and 84 kilos...will a Large fit...

i am 1.74m and 84 kilos...will a Large fit me

How warm is it? I live in Canada and it...

How warm is it? I live in Canada and it gets bloody cold here. :)

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The short answer is not very warm at all. The Foursquare Omar is a technical shell. The fabric is designed to be very thin, super waterproof and breathable. This jacket lacks insulation and because of the thin material, it won't trap heat in very well.

I hope that answers your question.

It says that it is liner compatible, does...

It says that it is liner compatible, does it come with a liner? Or is one available?

Im 6'3 and 240. Will a Large fit me or are...

Im 6'3 and 240. Will a Large fit me or are these sized a little small?

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This jacket has a more generous cut to it than the Special Blend Trigger you were looking at. Additionally, because of the low profile 3-layer fabric, there will be less bulk to this jacket.

I still say a large will be too small for a guy your size if you're wearing it snowboarding. If it's just around town, you might be able to make a large work. For snowboarding, I suggest trying out the XL first.

Keep in mind that layers take up room and you don't want to be constricted by your outerwear. Also, jackets tend to look MUCH smaller when you have all your snowboard gear on (pants especially) and are strapped in to your board.