10 Cheap Snowboarding Jackets You Can Buy For Under £140
Cheap snowboarding jackets aren't easy to find, but we've discovered a few hidden bargains...
Cheap snowboarding jackets are hard to find, especially when most skiing and snowboarding gear is so expensive nowadays. Never fear. There are bargains to be found - you just need to know where to look.
Whether you are a beginner snowboarder looking for your first cheap snowboarding jacket or an experienced rider hankering after a bargain, we’ve got the best jackets on the 2016/17 market for you.
While most brand new snowboarding jackets are priced over £150, we’ve picked out the best cheap snowboarding jackets for under £140. Read more about kit in our ultimate beginners snowboarding gear guide here.
Men’s Exile Jacket - £129.99
Women’s Solo Jacket - £129.99
O’Neill have long been making snowboarding jackets for men and women at affordable prices. We are loving the men’s Exile jacket and the women’s Solo jacket. Both have 10,000mm waterproofing and 10,000gsm breathability and come in a nice array of colours.
Buy these O’Neill snowboarding jackets here
Women’s Ida Jacket - £139.99
CLWR are one of the raddest brands to take on snowboarding outerwear. They are known for their long cut and bold, simple colourways. We are digging this year’s women’s Ida jacket with a dropped tail at the back, giving it a parka style look. Choose grey for understated or purple if you want to stand out.
CLWR also do a men’s jacket - the Base - which is a little pricier but definitely still worth checking out.
Buy these CLWR snowboarding jackets here
Men’s Cash Only Jacket - £120
Women’s Skyline Jacket - £120
DC have got an excellent array of cheap snowboarding jackets this winter, especially for when spring rolls around and the temperatures get a bit warmer.
The men’s Cash Only jacket is a classic waterproof shell with a fleece hood, ideal for spring park riding. It’s the same with the women’s Skyline, which is pullover style jacket. You can layer up with a jumper on cold days or wear on top of a thermal in spring.
Buy these DC snowboarding jackets here.
Men’s Mission Solid Jacket - £140
Quiksilver have come out on top with their snow collection this winter. This awesome Mission Solid jacket is one of our favourite cheap snowboarding jackets to be released this year. With a simple, no frills outer look, they haven’t skimped on details inside.
This jacket has 10,000mm waterproofing and 10,000gsm breathability, taped seams, vents and a powder skirt. What more could you ask for?
Roxy doesn’t have anything under the £140 range, but we are loving their Billie Jacket which costs £150, if you fancy forking out a tiny bit more.
Buy this Quiksilver jacket here.
Men’s and Women’s Alpine Vista Jacket - £130
Columbia make seriously good, tough outerwear, tested in the Pacific Northwest of America. This Alpine Vista jacket for women is amazing good value.
It is fully waterproof and breathable with an adjustable hood, powder skirt and drop tail for that longer fit. The men’s version is equally waterproof, breathable and durable.
Buy these Columbia jackets from Cotswold Outdoor here.
Men’s Analog Stadium Parka Jacket - £125
Analog snowboarding jackets tend to have a more urban, park-feel to them. This long-length jacket is ideal for wearing when you are ripping around the park. It has a sherpa-lined hood and body for extra insulation. Layer with jumpers or wear on its own for those slushy spring sessions.
Buy this Analog jacket here.
Women’s Symbol Jacket - £119.99
Men’s Arrowhead Jacket - £99.99
Surfdome have started making their own exclusive snow wear for very affordable prices. Their Arrowhead jacket has a simple design plus all the functionality you could want from a snowboarding jacket, including vents, insulation and a powder skirt. The women’s stand-out Symbol jacket has the same specs plus comes in this epic leopard print.
Buy these Surfdome snowboarding jackets here.