Spring training is around the corner and we've picked out a couple of our new jackets to help you up your game. We'll point out some of the technical features that will help you decide what jacket is best for your sport.
brave the elements: soccer | field hockey | biking
If you love an outdoor practice slippin' and sliddin' in the rain, the On the Field Jacket is great for you. This new softshell jacket is our most water-repellent jacket. The inside is fuzzy-soft and is made to get sweaty so you can wear it to warm up, between your shifts at the game, or for your whole practice.
1) Pockets are fuzzy inside to warm up your icy fingers and have a zipper to keep your important stuff tucked away safe. Gathered cuffs keep sleeves down and of course we added your favourite feature - thumbholes!
2) When the wind and rain pick up, stay warm and dry with a fuzzy-lined hood and Durable Water Repellent (DWR) outer shell.
3) To help you start practicing outdoors ASAP, we've put 360° reflectivity on this jacket so you can be seen in any direction in darker conditions. Plus, this sleek zipper lies flat with snaps to shut the front of your jacket tight so you keep nice and snug on windy days.
keep warm, feel light: track and field | softball | cross-country
If you need a warm-up jacket that's lightweight so you can sprint past your opponents, the Run For It Jacket is your pick.
2) Mesh on the inside makes this jacket breathable so it helps wick away sweat as you sprint around the track. When you're done your sweaty practice, throw your jacket in your locker or by the door using the easy-peasy locker loop.
3) If the clouds start rolling in, no need to rush indoors. We've added a DWR finish to this Run for It Jacket to help prevent rain from soaking through. Keep your change or lip balm zipped away safe in easy-access pockets. Sleeves have thumbholes and cuffins so you can tuck your hands inside when it's cold out.
So now you know the details. What jacket will help you up your game? Let us know below.