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Bonfire Aspect 3L Mens Snowboard Jacket 2018

BF-0010-2018
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Technical Snow Outerwear Guide

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Technical snow outwear is not all about looks. Of course you want to look stylish and fashionable when riding but you should really consider the tech as well and choosing the right gear for you and the conditions you are going to be in. After all it does not matter how cool you are looking, if you are cold and wet you will end up looking like an idiot any way. So it's well worth considering a few functional points when choosing your outerwear.

Fabrics

All outerwear clothing from The Board Basement comes with Waterproof and Breathability ratings. Clothing featuring Gore-tex is considered to be completely waterproof and completely breathable. So if you see the Gore-tex logo you are guaranteed to stay dry. All good outerwear comes with a waterproof /breathability rating, displayed as 5k/5k (5,000/5,000).

The numbers display how much water the fabric repels, and how much moisture/sweat it can transport out of the garment. Anything over 5,000 is good quality.

Waterproof ratings: The fabrics are tested by filling a column with water. The garment is then lowered in and the depth that the water reaches before droplets form on the other side is measured. It is usually measured in millimetres, with anything from 5,000 to 30,000 being normal. Essentially, the higher the number, the more waterproof the garment is. The price tag will also go hand in hand with the rating number.

Breathability ratings: As you ride you will become warm and start to sweat. If that moisture can't escape from the garment you will become wet. Wet and cold is not a good combination. The breathability rating tells you how much moisture can pass through from the inside of the jacket to the outside in grams/square centimetre/24 hours (Or GM). Most garments have a rating of between 5,000 GM and 20,000 GM. Again the higher the number the better the garments "Breathes".

In short: 5k/5k is good, 20k/20k or higher is extremely good.

Use the Board Basement filter to find your preferred rating for Jackets and Pants

Insulation

Insulated snow clothing has an integrated moisture-wicking thermal lining. You will often get several layers of insulation fabric inside an outer layer of waterproof material. If you want outerwear that will perform for most conditions through the season then insulated clothing might be the best option for you. Non-insulated clothing are often referred to as a Shell garment. These are not very warm but with a higher Waterproofing/Breathability rating. These are great for spring conditions or in cold conditions as long as you layer up underneath. Down (Puffa) jackets are really warm and designed to be ridden in the most extreme cold conditions. These jackets often got insulation built into the shell. If you are getting one, make sure it has got good ventilation so you donít over heat.

Layering

The best way to stay comfortable through out the day / season is to make sure you have good layering.

First is the Baselayer. Make sure you have got something that is moisture-wicking and fast drying so you can use for the next day. Avoid cotton as it takes a long time to dry and it will also hold moisture.

Midlayers. If you got a really good insulated jacket you might not need this. For colder days it can be good with a hoody or sweater made from synthetic material such as fleece, recylcled polyester, hemp, Marino wool and Bambo are advised.

Outerlayer. This is your protection against the outer elements and should be both water resistant and breathable. Please see above (Fabrics & Insulation) for more information.

Technical Features

Taped Seams and waterproof zips: For the higher spec garments you find fully taped seams that will stop any moisture getting in through the stitching or fastening of a garment. Garments (Jacket & Pants) with critically taped seams have only got the most exposed stitching or fastening taped. What is it good for? Imagine riding fresh powderÖ If you spend a long time in the snow you will eventually get wet. If you are spending a long day in extreme conditions, it is well worth staying dry and comfortable.

Venting: Preventing you from over heating. If you been working really hard on the slope and feeling warm it is very nice to be able to let some cool air in without compromising your protection from the elements (Snow). Most garments feature mesh and are found under the armpits and the inside of the thigh.

Powder Skirts and boot gaiters: an Elasticated band that seals the gap between your jacket and pants, and your pants and boots, to prevent getting snow inside your clothing. Often you will find PJ (Pant & Jacket) connect so you can attach your jacket to your pants to make the seal secure. Stay warm and dry.

Each garment has itís own special features. Just check the key feature list to find all sorts of cool features.

Washing & Care

Very Important!?Zip up all zippers and attach all Velcro before loading!?Zipper sliders and teeth can easily be damaged in the washer and/or dryer.?Velcro gets clogged up with fuzz from other garments and can snag your other clothes, causing damage to both.

Front-load machine wash only! Using an agitator-style top-load washer could possibly do damage to your technical outerwear or clothing.

Gentle cycle should be all that is recommended to clean your technical outerwear. If your outerwear is stained, you may be out of luck.

Use cold water!?Actually, warm is OK, but cold is preferred to maintain the waterproofing.

Use outerwear-specific detergent or powder. Using liquid detergent that is not outerwear-specific clogs the pores of technical fabrics and damages the DWR coating, greatly reducing the performance (waterproof/breathability) of the garment.

Hang Dry in shade or Tumble Dry on Low Heat. Drying with excess heat can damage or melt fabric, zippers, and/or trims.? Leave in until "almost dry" and change to NO HEAT or hang dry to finish. Low heat actually helps re-activate waterproofing after washing. ?

Replenish Waterproofing as needed.?The waterproof coating (the magic that makes water droplets bead up on your outerwear) on all technical fabrics will become less effective over time and use?- especially if you are around campfires, smokers, oily lift pulleys, or other contaminants in general.? Revive the performance of your technical outerwear by washing as instructed, then using a spray-on waterproofing product such as NikWax TX-Direct.

Mens Womens Boys Girls
Thirty Two Size S M L XL
Chest (inches) 34-36 37-40 41-44 45-48
Chest (cm) 86-93 93-103 103-113 113-122
Waist (inches) 29-32 32-34 34-36 36-39
Waist (cm) 74-81 81-86 86-91 91-99
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Bonfire Aspect 3L Mens Snowboard Jacket 2018

The Aspect 3L jacket is the top of the list when is comes to technical performance outerwear. Using an industry fist 3 layer fabric shell with 4 way stretch and cordura ripstop. This means a whopping 30,000mm waterproofing rating with 20k breathability to boot. The 3 layer fabrics mean water ingress just does not happen especially when every seam is fully sealed on the jacket and where you would normally find an end double stitched seam these are urethane coated to make sure water stays out and you stay dry! Not only this but the fabric used is an industry first as this 3 layer fabric is 4 way stretch and corudra ripstop too. So if you are hiking and you clip it with a crampon any tear will be stopped from getting bigger thanks to the strong cordura ripstop fabric. To ensure sweat and moisture can still escape the 20k breathability will always allow moisture to pass back through and when you are hiking for those powder turns simply open the Strata Flow Venting system. These are specifically designed for hiking with a backpack so you can open the vents with out the backpack hindering the air coming in and out. Bonfire achieved this by moving the vents from the traditional underarm position to 2 vents towards the front of the jackets not to interfere with the backpack straps and 2 on the back of the jacket in the same place. This creates a full unmeshed opening to allow air to pass straight through. The Aspect 3L is a longer cut jacket to help snow stay out and additional length in the sleeve for the same reason with molded wrist cuffs for extra strength. If you want a tech jacket Bonfire is your brand, if you want the most tech you can get the Aspect 3L is for you.

Key Features

  • CATEGORY: PLATINUM
  • WATERPROOFING: 30K WATERPROOF /20K BREATHABLE - The highest rated jacket for waterproofing and breathability we sell!
  • FIT: Ergo Long Performance - Long parka style cut with fish tail back
  • FABRIC: 3-Layer Stretch Cordura with Tufftech Flex Mobility - Stretches and stretches! Cordura stops rips
  • Fully Seam Sealed - Stops water ingress dead in its tracks

Key Features:

  • Jacket to Pant Connect - Connects to Bonfire pants and other compatible systems
  • Strata Flow Venting - designed to allow venting while hiking with a back pack
  • Elbow Articulation - Allows the elbow to bend without bagging in the arm
  • Molded Cuffs - PU cuffs with anti snag velcro all on a swivel rivet so you can use as a thumb loop
  • Cuff Adjustments with Extensions - Extra 1 inch cuff extensions
  • Powder Skirt - Keeps the snow out of your pants
  • Sleeve Pass Pocket - Left arm pass pocket
  • Touchscreen Window - Full touch screen compatible phone window pocket
  • Audio Pocket - As above
  • Audio Routing - keeps your headphone cable out of the way
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