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The North Face Technology


FuseForm Technology

FuseForm Technology makes The North Face's jackets lighter and more durable than ever, without sacrificing weather protection. FuseForm garments feature integrated variable abrasion resistance that drastically reduces the number of seams, while still offering extra protection in high-wear areas. And whichever FuseForm jacket you choose, it's built with TNF's Hyvent waterproof breathable tech so you know you'll be covered when you're facing down Mother Nature's worst.

How to Choose a Snowboard Jacket


The ideal snowboard jacket keeps you warm when you're on the lift, dry when you encounter rain or wet snow, and breathes easily so you won't feel soggy under the shell. In general, snowboard jackets tend to feature a more relaxed fit, a longer cut, and edgier style than ski jackets.

Waterproof Rating:

A jacket's waterproof rating tells you how well its fabric will protect you from wet weather. Look for a higher waterproof rating (15K+) as well as fully taped seams if you spend lots of time riding through stormy weather or in a wet climate like the Pacific Northwest.


Heavily insulated jackets (down snowboard jackets or those with synthetic insulation weights of over 100g) are inherently warm and will require few layers underneath, while jackets with lighter insulation or none at all allow you the flexibility to layer in accordance with the weather.


Most snowboard jackets feature a powder skirt to keep snow out and a helmet-compatible hood, as well as adjustable cuffs and. Beyond that, there are many options such as wrist gaiters, a variety of interior and exterior pockets, jacket-to-pant integration systems, and, of course, huge variation in fabrics and design. It all comes down to personal preference and your own unique sense of style.