The Best Snowboarding Jackets for Hitting the Slopes in Style

Standard winter coats don't always hold up when you're shredding through snow, but we made your search easy by rounding up the best snowboarding jackets from top brands like Volcom and Roxy. With superior waterproof and insulation technology, these outerwear finds protect you from the elements so you can focus more on the sport you love.

White and gray snowboard jacket by Under Armour photo

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Camo Agent

Under Armour is known for its athletic apparel that doesn't constrict movement—an essential characteristic for snow coats—and this snowboarding jacket doesn't disappoint. Equipped with PrimaLoft insulation, it's lightweight, waterproof, and breathable. Plus, the hood is large enough to accommodate your helmet and can easily be adjusted with one hand. Related: While the hood will help block the wind from your face, check out these tips for protecting your skin on the slopes. ($250; underarmour.com)

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Black snowboarding jacket by The North Face photo

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Not-So-Basic Black

The North Face is no stranger to cold-weather apparel, and this jacket was designed specifically for snowboarding. It's packed with features, including underarm vents to cool you off, DryVent material that acts as a water repellent, and a removable helmet-compatible hood so you can customize the fit. We love it in black, but if you want some color, pick up the "Transartic Blu" or "Rumba Red" options. ($280; dickssportinggoods.com)

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Women's snowboarding jacket from Lands' End photo

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Chasing Blues

If you're just starting your snowboarding journey and aren't ready to invest hundreds of dollars in a jacket, this insulated winter parka is the perfect choice. Waterproof and warm, it keeps snow, rain, and sleet away from your skin while still allowing for flexible movement. It's also rated to keep you warm down to -23 degrees Fahrenheit, so you can sharpen your skills even on colder days. ($179; landsend.com)

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Roxy snow jacket with floral print photo

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Feeling Floral

Featuring GORE-Tex 21, one of the most waterproof finishes, and PrimaLoft insulation, this snowboarding jacket keeps you warm and dry on the slopes. It also comes with a removable neck warmer, perforated chin guard, and internal pockets for your phone, goggles, and other essentials. Plus, the floral print stands out among a sea of neutrals. ($400; roxy.com)

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Insulated jacket from Volcom photo

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Snow White

This Volcom snow jacket has everything to help protect you from the cold. Its polyfill insulation gives you warmth without the weight, the zipper vents regulate body temperature, and the signature Volcom Zip Tech system means you can zip your jacket into your pants to prevent any snow from getting through. Like the Roxy snowboarding jacket above, this find also utilizes a GORE-TEX finish. Tip: White blends into the landscape, so be sure to wear a colorful helmet so you don't disappear. ($200; zappos.com)

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