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The O'Neill Men's Jones 2L Jacket is the perfect choice for snowboarders seeking fresh powder in the backcountry. Its fully taped HyperDry shell provides reliable waterproof breathable protection as well as a four-way stretch for uninhibited mobility on the mountain. HyperFlow's ventilation system includes discreet chest vents for constant airflow, and the chest zippers increase ventilation while hiking.

The Jones Jacket also features a powder skirt that stows away for on-piste days at the resort. The jacket-to-pant interface connects to compatible pants by O'Neill for compete coverage in gnarly conditions. An adjustable hood, wrist gaiters, thumbholes, a drawcord at the hem, and hook-and-loop cuffs completely seal out cold drafts. Recco's recovery avalanche reflector may help Recco-equipped ski patrols find stranded snowboarders in case of an emergency.

  • HyperDry shell
  • Fully taped seams
  • HyperFlow ventilation
  • Stowable powder skirt
  • Adjustable hood
  • Wrist gaiters with thumbholes
  • Jacket-to-pant interface
  • Adjustable cuffs and hem
  • Recco recovery avalanche reflector
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Jones can't go wrong

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size
  • Size Bought: lg

Jeremy Jones has partnered w/ O'Neill a company who has been making amazing wetsuits for years, and now flipped the technology I now have both the 3l and now the 2L jacket and they are both amazing. I would have to say there is more insulation and mesh venting in the 2L series so if your looking not to layer as much I would go w/ the 2L. But hands down O'Neill best snowboard Jackets I own.


  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

Bought this jacket as an upgrade to my old off-brand insulated jacket, which was always too hot.

Cons: The hood isn't removable. Attaching system is a little hokey, but functions.

Pros: Comfy material. Super dry. Vents keep me regulated really well. Plenty of pockets and options for gear storage.

I wear this with an athletic undershirt and maybe a lightweight insulated jacket unzipped. Vents usually stay open pretty regularly. The attaching system to Oneill pants is just three button swoops. Makes undressing when you go inside a bit of a pain, but it does its job. You shouldn't be inside anyways if you are wearing this.

Pockets and more pockets. 1-2... 6 external pockets, 2 inner pockets that I have found so far, and a phone holder in the upper left external pocket with headphone hole. I generally don't carry a ton of stuff with me on the mountain because I fall a lot, so I don't see why someone would want to carry around a spare lens or goggles in this unless they were done riding.

The little things aside, this jacket kept me warm and dry. I really like the idea of the vents so I am not completely unzipping my jacket. The front face guard is a good height for me and the zipper is covered from being abrasive. Good adjust-ability in the pull cords, though I did not like how they come into the bottom side pockets when you tighten up.

Overall pretty good jacket. Warmer than I expected a shell to be. Too many little things that annoyed me to give it a 5 star. I will probably buy another Oneill jacket when this one reaches its useful life end.

What do you do if you're in between sizes. My chest size is 37 inches and I'm wondering whether I should get an M or an S.

Unanswered Question

Is the hood on this jacket helmet compatible? That is, can a helmet be worn with the hood down without interfering with the fit of the neck and/or the way the hood lays? It's not necessary for me to be able to pull the hood over my helmet but my Burton AK 2L Cyclic Jacket doesn't work well with my helmet even with the hood down - the collar gets super tight and the hood lays back all weird. Thanks!

Does this jacket have any insulation or warmth to it at all or is it just a shell to be combinded over undershirts


This is just a shell. It is designed to protect from the elements both precip and wind. Insulation wise you will want to pair this jacket with a nice baselayer and for the really cold days have a midlayer with you to insulate some warmth .