Why We LIke The Fawn Insulated Jacket
Ready for anything winter throws our way, the Volcom Women's Fawn Insulated Jacket sheds the elements with its breathable, waterproof membrane. Lightweight synthetic insulation keeps us warm through chilly days on the mountain, while the breathable lining wicks moisture away from our skin to keep us from feeling cold and clammy. Plus, the mesh-lined underarm vents disperse built-up water vapor during warm spring sessions for efficient temperature regulation.
- Stay warm on the mountain in this stylish, functional jacket
- V-Science 2-layer construction protects from wind and water
- Breathable lining and underarm vents offer temperature regulation
- Synthetic insulation keeps you warm on the snowy slopes
- Adjustable powder skirt prevents snow from sneaking in
- Multiple pockets secure essentials like tunes and snacks
- Jacket-to-pant interface works with compatible Volcom pants
- Longer fit provides extra coverage from the elements
- Item #VLC02OF
- [membrane/laminate] V-Science (2-layer), [face fabric] V-Science Champion Twill, [lining] V-Science breathable system
- 80g / 60g low loft polyfill
- Waterproof Rating
- Breathability Rating
- critical seams sealed
- Center Back Length
- [small] 31in
- drawcord, removable faux fur
- 2 hand, 1 internal goggle, 1 internal media
- mesh-lined underarm zips
- Powder Skirt
- Claimed Weight
- [small] 2lb 1oz
- all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 year
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January 15, 2022
Looks better on the pictures
- I returned this product before using it
- Size Bought:
- 5' 2"
After consulting with the online sales person, I was recommended to get the extra large. Based on the waist size, this would appear to be indeed the correct fit. But for a short person, the x-large is way too long, and the sleeves reach all the way to the tip of the fingers. So it is a weird size, with a relatively narrow waist, not a good fit for my a 5'2" daughter. It fits her waist but overall looks ridiculously large on her. I was disappointed witht he way this jacket looks in person. Looked much better on the pictures. The insulation is so thin, it is barely insulated, and the whole thing is kind of drab looking, esp in black. Has a cheap, generic look, like some no brand jacket you would pick ut at a big box store . Not enough pockets, no wrist quard, cheap looking zippers... Compared to MSRP, I thought got a great deal on it, but if I have seen this in person, I would have considered $50 overpriced for it. There is just not much there in terms of design, tech or build quality.
January 8, 2021
Low Quality - Definitely Overpriced
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Size Bought:
- 5' 6"
Honestly I had been so excited for this jacket to come in after finding and ordering it online. I figured something that was advertised as a snowboarding/ski jacket would actually be of sufficient quality and actually designed for the task it was meant for... Not to mention it coming from a brand like Volcom. Obviously I was wrong in my assumptions because this "snowboard jacket" is practically useless. I loved the length and fit which I felt were true to size, but it was lacking in almost every other aspect of the garment. The jacket itself was PAPER THIN, and didn't even keep me warm inside my own heated home, let alone riding down the snowy mountains of Maine and Vermont. Seriously, this coat ain't keeping anyone warm this winter. The fur lining around the hood was sparse and cheap. Also, the strings used to secure and tighten the hood are basically glorified shoelaces (I'm not even being dramatic). Lastly, there was so much cheap velcro used to secure all of the pockets and enclosures on the item. This a big negative in my eyes because, well, velcro wears out pretty quickly, especially if you're reaching in and out of pockets throughout the day. So by this time next year, I might be able to still zip my jacket, but I'd no longer be able to secure all the flaps. I've owned many ski/snowboard jackets over the years and this is by far the worst one I've encountered. I'm so disappointed in this jacket and in Volcom for trying to pass this piece of junk off as winter recreational gear. In fact, I'm a little insulted that a company would even charge $200+ for something like this.
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