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Laying down the law on progressive ski styles.
The Spyder Boys' Enforcer Jacket will protect your boy from the cold while he shreds. Its Xt.L laminate, Spylon+ DWR coating, and taped critical seams resist water so he doesn't get drenched after his first yard sale. The polyester stretch shell flexes so your kid won't feel restricted, and the ThermaWeb insulation will warm your boy without adding a ton of bulk so he won't shiver on windy chairlifts. The powder skirt keeps snow and fluff from freezing his tummy, and you can snap it back if he doesn't need it. Its hood is removable so he can ditch it on sunny ski days. Plus, the Enforcer has interior stretch cuffs at the wrists that prevent snow from riding up the sleeves.
- Xt.L laminate (10K, 10K) with Spylon+ DWR treatment
- Taped critical seams
- Polyester stretch twill shell
- Nylon taffeta lining
- ThermaWeb insulation
- Snap-back powder skirt and removable hood
Share your thoughts
My son loves it!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs small
I bought this to replace the Spyder Guard that my son had grown out of. The jacket is great looking and very warm and functional. The chest pocket is perfect for his ski pass, wrist gaiters help keep his hands even warmer, and the ThermaWeb insulation really makes a difference. My only gripe is that I wish they didn't have a removable hood. It's fine, but aesthetically, I think it would look better as a permanent hood.
One thing to note, this jacket runs small. My son is almost six and we bought a size eight. It's a little big on him, but still fits nicely so be sure to size up if you buy this jacket.
Would highly recommend the jacket to anyone.
In a nut shell what is the difference...
In a nut shell what is the difference between the Spyder Challenger and Guard Jacket.
The Guard and the Challenger both have the same waterproof rating, the same breathability, and very similar construction. Both feature the same removable hood and snap-back powder skirt , but the Challenger has added wrist gaiters, and the Challenger is also made out of a slightly stretchy material.
Hope this helps!
What is the temperature range for this...
What is the temperature range for this jacket?
Unfortunately, there are no temperature ranges as it will be subjective to the individual wearing it, what else is being worn, etc. But with a good base layer, this jacket should be good for most individuals in pretty cold temperatures!