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The day is clear and cold, but you're tucked inside the Volcom Johnny Jacket, all warm and ready to ride. The V-Science two-layer shell, plain weave fabric, and Zip Tech jacket-to-pant interface keep the winter weather at bay, while the mesh-lined zip vents keep unwanted moisture away from your skin. The two-way adjustable hood and super suede chin guard keep you from becoming a frosted-over yeti in a snowstorm, and the two-way cuff system and tricot-lined handwarmer pockets keep you fingers from becoming blocks of ice. And want to protect your gear? Stow it in the stash pocket, goggle pocket and audio pocket, and you're good to go.

  • V-Science two-layer shell
  • V-Science plain weave
  • Zip Tech powder skirt jacket-to-pant interface
  • Two-way adjustable quick cinch hood
  • Super suede chin guard
  • Mesh-lined zip vents
  • Stretch adjustable powder skirt with stash pocket
  • V-Science two-way cuff system
  • Brushed tricot-lined handwarmer pockets
  • Pocket access hem cinch
  • Goggle pocket
  • Noise pocket
  • Stone ticket ring
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Hey since this model is not insulated,...

Hey since this model is not insulated, what do I need to wear underneath to be warm? Going to breck in 2 weeks and I'm a noob lol

Depends on the temperatures, right now it's about 25 deg F there so assuming it's similar in a few weeks, I would say if you have on a base layer (synthetic or merino wool) and then a fleece or synthetic fill piece you should be all set. Fleeces like the Patagonia R3, or Mountain Hardware Monkey Man, or synthetic pieces like the Arc'Teryx Atom LT or Patagonia Nanopuff would all be good options.