Geotech 20.000 series: This number tells you how waterproof your garment is. If the fabric is 20k or 20 000 mm, this means you can place a square tube with inner dimensions of 30mm x 30mm over the garment's outer fabric and you could fill it with water to a height of 20 000 mm before water would begin to seep through. The higher this number, the more waterproof the fabric.
Extra long length: This garment is longer than average.
Chin protector: A piece of fabric that guards the chin from possible chafing from the zipper.
Detachable hood: This garment has a hood which can be removed. Handy for when the hood isn't necessary.
Easy headphone access: This jacket has a special tunnel for the headphonewire.
Regular fit: This garment has a regular fit.
Fully taped seams: Fully taped seams are where tape is applied to all the garment seams and sealed using heat. For a garment to be highly waterproof the seams need to be treated in this way so to stop water from getting in through the stitchingholes of the seam.
Goggle pocket: A specially designed pocket perfect for storing your goggles when they're not in action.
Lift pass holder: This garment has a specially designed pocket for the lift pass.
Lycra cuffs: There is an extra cuff on the inside of the sleeve. This helps to keep snow and wind out.
Regular waistgaiter: This is a non-elastic waist gaiter which helps to keep the snow and other elements out of your garment.
Velcro cuffs: On the outside of the sleeves at the cuffs, the sleeve width can be adjusted with the use of velcro.
Vent zips: These are zippers places under the arms or at the legs. They allow hot air to escape from the jacket and cool air to get in. A bit like your own personal air-conditoning.
YKK zipper: This is an A-class zipper.