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Who said all-over prints were over? The Nike Snowboarding Bellevue Print Jacket features a burnout tie-dye print for those seeking to add some more color to their kit—run 'em with solid-color pants, or pull out your favorite printed pair and watch everybody's heads explode in the lift line. Mountain worthy features like the Storm-FIT laminate and integrated media pocket keep you warm, dry, and in the zone.

  • Storm-FIT waterproof/breathable laminate keeps you dry both inside and out
  • Recycled polyester lining and powder skirt for reduced environmental impact
  • Media player pocket with cord guide keeps your tunes tangle-free
  • Zippered underarm vents dump excess heat when temperatures rise
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    sick jacket. very warm. lots of pockets for tools, money, etc... removable hood. as far as wearing it while your riding. when i have my hood up i still have great vision. my peripherals weren't obstructed at all, was listening to music with the ipod holder on the jacket. the jacket never got wet, always stayed dry even after being in the snow here and there. if you like to stay warm while your out there shredding, and you want to look good while doing it. this is the jacket to get.

    Will this item ever be restocked with all...

    Will this item ever be restocked with all sizes? I've been looking for this jacket for awhile now and i'm trying to get one before the season starts.

    Hey Daniel, thanks for your question. Unfortunately doesn't have a back order for this jacket. Sorry for the bad news.

    Keep checking the site as all the 2013/14 winter jackets are starting to arrive. We may have something very similar from Nike this season. Hope this helps

    Will you guys get any more stock of this...

    Will you guys get any more stock of this jacket in the Stadium Green colour, size medium?

    Does this jacket have enough room to wear...

    Does this jacket have enough room to wear somo layers under it????