Homeschool Snowboarding, in its second season, continues to focus its efforts on three things: breathability, durability and a timeless snowboard style.
“Making something waterproof is fairly easy, garbage bags are waterproof. Making it breathable is the hard part. Achieving the balance between the two is where art and science come together,” said Daniel Clancey, Founder Homeschool Snowboarding. “We want snowboarders to realize that a technical garment is really a balance between waterproofness and breathability, and only if the balance is right, you will be truly comfortable.”
Homeschool Snowboarding is still the only snowboarding brand on the market using Cocona® Technology to achieve superior breathability in its outerwear, midlayer, and baselayer systems, creating what they call the “Homeschool Trifecta.” Cocona® is a natural branded technology (activated carbon from coconut shells) that increases the surface area to help move moisture away from your skin and moves it through the fabric laminate increasing breathability 40-60% over the competition.
Working hard to redefine the snowboard industry with its use of breathable technologies and fabrics, and with the goal to keep snowboarders out in the element as long as possible, Homeschool Snowboarding’s Winter 2013 line delivers the perfect balance of waterproofness and breathability.
Anvil Shell Snowboard Jacket Offering peak protection and maximum performance, the Anvil Shell offers advanced technologies to optimize the snowboarding experience in even the worst of conditions. With its use of Cocona®, breathability is enhanced more than 50% than most competitors on the market. MSRP: $390
Homeschool Snowboarding’s Transmission Pant, designed to be “clean and mean,” offers first-class protection and breathability with a 15k/25k waterproof breathable rating, making this pant 50% more breathable than most snowboarding pants on the market. MSRP: $310