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Zumiez is the place to be for women's snowboard jackets, carrying a wide array of women's
snowboard jackets from the hottest brands in snow outerwear...Billabong snowboard jackets, Neff snowboard
jackets, Roxy snowboard jackets, and more. Shop jackets by waterproof rating 5k, 8k, and 10k jackets, and
The waterproof rating on snowboard outerwear is how many millimeters of rain pounding the
material the jacket is made out of (or coated with) can take in a day before you get wet. Essentially a 10K
snowboard jacket (10,000mm waterproof rating) can withstand almost 33ft of water in a day before you feel
Snowboard jackets are available in a variety of waterproof ratings, from 3k waterproof to 20k waterproof.
Jackets with a waterproof rating between 3K to 8K are good if you are snowboarding in very dry conditions
with little chance of precipitation. 10K waterproofing is good for a normal day of snowboarding with
light-to-mid precipitation and no out-of-the-ordinary weather conditions. 15K waterproofing would be optimal
if it is snowing or raining. 20K waterproofing would keep you dry in seriously wet conditions, such as that
day when school is canceled because the snow is coming down faster than an Acme anvil on Wile E. Coyote's
head, and you and your friends are hiking up the highway to the mountain because the roads are shut
Lower waterproof ratings are often a little easier on the pocketbook, and offer ever-so-slightly easier
motion (because of the lower density material or less dense coating), but if you snowboard in an area with
generally high chance of precipitation, look to 10k or higher waterproof jacket and pants.