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Analog Foxhole 2016 Review by The Good Ride
The Analog Foxhole Jacket is a great quiver jacket because it doesn’t skimp on most of the necessities for snowboarding. It’s got 3 functional pockets and decent waterproofing/breathability (5k/5k) for a warm-weather jacket of this type.
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Size Tried: Large
Weight: 192 lbs
Torso Length (collar bone to pant line) 23”
Shoulder Width (widest point of shoulders) 22”
Arm Length (pit to wrist) 19.5”
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James pretty much touched on everything, but I wanted to comment on sizing. Being around 5'9 with a 42" chest can be a challenge. Mediums are too tight, but Larges too long. I went with a Medium for the Foxhole and I think it was the right choice. While it is a tad snug in the shoulders, the length is perfect for this style of jacket. Jacket length measures about 30.5" HPS. There is enough room for a light weight hoodie or flannel. The stretch material does allow more movement.
Overall it is a solid coaches jacket with more features than most. I also have a Volcom Skindawg in large which is just a tad looser and longer (31" HPS). The Foxhole seems more durable. The chest pocket is also nice and the double zipper is a good feature. Cuff adjustments are the only thing lacking.
*I believe the Foxhole is discontinued, but The House seems to have a few left.