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West 49 Winter Outerwear Review

West 49 Winter Outerwear Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 11, 2008
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Just because temperatures will drop below zero this winter doesn’t mean you can’t look hot while keeping warm. Heat up the slopes and the streets with West 49’s outwear for guys and girls.

Just because temperatures will drop below zero this winter doesn’t mean you can’t look hot while keeping warm. Heat up the slopes and the streets with West 49’s outwear for guys and girls.

Girl garb:

Urban teen girl fashionistas will leave snow bunnies in the powder with outerwear from Burton, Powder Room, Roxy and Westbeach. This season’s styles include bright graphics, classic black & white logos, plaids and look-at-me red.



Available at West 49 stores and at www.west49.com

Guy gear:

For guys, West 49 is serving up outerwear that will still make you look rad even if you land in a face-plant. Outerwear from popular and trusted brands such as Burton, DC, Quiksilver, Ripzone and Westbeach come in a range of styles and colours from plaids to patterns, crazy graphics, earth tones and neons.



Available at West 49 stores and at www.west49.com


Coats for Kids:

West 49’s Coats For Kids campaign just wrapped up its sixth year and was a success in keeping kids across the country warm this winter. Customers who brought in a clean, insulated winter coat to any West 49 store received $30 off an adult snowboard jacket or $20 off the price of a new youth snowboard jacket. Thanks to the support and donations of used winter coats from customers, West 49 was able to give coats to more than 14,000 youths in need.


Thumbs up:

  • Amazing, fashionable, comfortable and wearable gear for winter
  • Comes in styles for both girls and guys
  • One great cause you can help out with!

  • Thumbs down:

  • Hurry before your size is sold out!

  • Rating:5

    Price: $139.99-$299.99


    Available at West 49 stores and at www.west49.com[/kwlink]


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