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You might be surprised to learn this, but the Men's Xavier Pro Jacket is skier Xavier Bertoni's pro model jacket—hopefully that didn't cause you mind to explode, did it? Complete a long fit, waterproof breathable fabric technology, and removable sleeves, this jacket handles everything from deep storms days in the trees to sunny afternoons in the park. Xavier is a tricky guy, so Orage saw fit to toss in an extra pair of sleeves and deck of playing cards. The sleeves are for customizing your style and the cards are for your magic routine—magic routine, riiight.

  • Two-layer Prime fabric uses a weatherproof membrane that breathes away excess moisture and keeps you dry when you're faced with soggy snow and wet weather
  • 100g synthetic insulation keeps your body warm while 80g of synthetic insulation keeps your arms warm
  • Taped critical seams to keep water out at key seams
  • Fleece panel insert acts as lining and provides plenty of warmth
  • Long fit hangs down past your hips for that laid-back look and to protect your butt from wet chairlift seats
  • Sleeves are removable at the elbow so you can go full-length for storm days and mid-length for that unique, I-forgot-my-sleeves-but-don't-care look in the park
  • Two sets of sleeves let you mix and match to suit your style, and there's a back pocket designed specifically to hold your sleeves
  • Jacket includes playing cards but doesn't include instructions for dealing from the bottom of the deck or for performing magic tricks,
  • Hand cuffs include thumbholes to keep the sleeves in place and the cuffs have an antimicrobial treatment that resists the buildup of odor-causing bacteria
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  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

This jacket is pretty cool. I would recomend it to anyone that wants to be a swaggin baller and rip around the hill doing sick carves.Te only issue I found was the lack of vents besides the silly removable sleeves and the incredible warmness. The combination of the two make it very difficult to hike a park or tour anywhere.