The Betty Rides All Mountain KGB Parka Jacket means serious business! I mean, SE-RI-OUSSS. Featuring 15,000mm of waterproof goodness along with fully taped and 80gm Polyfill insulation – you’ll be raging the mountain like it’s nobody’s business!!
75% Nylon / 25% Polyester Heather
80 g Polyfill Insulation
210 g Brushed Tricot Body and Pocket Bags
2 Chest Pockets
2 Front Cargo Hand Pockets
2 Middle Zipper Pockets
Mesh Lined Pit Vents
Zip-In Powder Skirt
Lycra Ninja Cuffs
Military Patch Graphics
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) Finish An invisible water-repellent finish that makes water roll off the surface keeping you warm and dry.
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Comments about Betty Rides All Mountain KGB Parka Jacket - Women's:
Jacket is very well made, unfortunately, it's way too insulated for me. Am looking for a good all-around jacket that can be worn for snowboarding as well as around town. Returning for something a little smaller and lighter.
Workmanship is excellent
Very well insulated
Will keep you warm on the coldest days
Great for sub-zero snowboarding
Surprisingly, not as bulky as one would expect given the amount of insulation/warmth it provides
Runs a little large, so can layer up if you need to. I'm 5'3, 125 lbs, got a medium and it swallowed me up. Probably will work better for a taller person ...
Way too warm for my needs, I have freakishly good circulation; as soon as I start moving, I start heating up. I can see myself trying to pry this jacket off half way down the mountain.
Didn't care much for the front hand pockets - would have been better if there was a side slit and the front flap was decorative. As it is, it's awkward putting hands in. More comfortable putting hands into the front zippered pockets, but those pockets are a little higher than where your hands would naturally go.
Would recommend for taller women who need extra insulation. Not a good fit for shorter/petite people or anyone who gets warm quickly. Jacket is only good for extreme cold-weather outdoor activities, not for every-day use (unless you live in Alaska or on top of a mountain).