Protest Kikham Snowboard Jacket Review

I have reviewed Protest ski products over the last few years and have been really impressed. The styles are always fashionably edgy, good quality and at a good price. This is my review of the Protest Kikham snowboard jacket.

Protest Kikham Snowboard Jacket – Style

The colour and style is not something I would usually wear as typically I go for dark colours. So much so that my mates have called me the man in black.

So it was to my absolute surprise that I loved the colourful ‘cinnamon’ style. Not only that so did everyone else. I think I have had more positive comments on the Protest jacket than any other I have worn

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Features

Of course, a jacket isn’t just about looking good on the slopes and the Protest Kikham jacket comes with some handy features.

First, I really like the air vent zip down from the neck. This opens up to a breathable fabric giving ventilation to the front of the jacket without having to undo the main zip.

I also like that the inner and outer chest pockets are slightly out of line with each other. This means that items will not clash together from both pockets.

The Kikham also boasts of 20K water resistance and 20g breathability. This means it will keep you warm and dry no matter what the weather throws at you, whilst retaining being highly breathable. No one wants to smell like a wet dog when enjoying apres ski!

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Protest Miikka 19 Ski Trousers

Complete the look with the Protest Miikka 19 ski trousers in cinnamon.

Mirroring the 20K water resistance and 20g breathability of the Kikham jacket they are the perfect accomplice.

These trousers are slim fit but have velcro fastenings to adjust the waist. The Miikka 19 is also fully waterproof and windproof.

It comes with elastic suspenders to keep your strides up and your dignity! They are fully adjustable and are also removable.

Review Summary

Protest Kikham jacket and Miikka 19 trousers reviewed by Snow.Guide

Gender: Mens

Good for: Skiing and Snowboarding

Price: £209.00 / £129.99

Rating: 10 out of 10

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Mark Barber

Snowboard Editor at Snow.Guide

Firmly established within the snow sports industry, Mark Barber is Snowboard Editor of snow.guide. Mark has a solid background in snow sports and travel writing, as well as being an international published author.

Mark is also the manager of Jamie Barrow (Britain’s fastest snowboarder)

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