This year marks the 25th year of Horsefeathers and it’s been a long and exciting road for the brand since it was first conceived long ago in the British Columbian mountains.

Horsefeathers was started as a high-school project in British Columbia, Canada in 1989 by a group of friends stoked on snowboarding and the small and core board sports culture.

We caught up with them at ISPO to see what they've got in store for 2016.

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A is for apple, or is it Anikka? Either way, this should be the start of your journey if you're looking for a jacket that looks so fresh and so clean on the street or standing sideways.

With a parka fit, the jacket boasts 5k/5k waterproof/breathability tech that'll mean you won't be a hot and sweaty mess.

It doesn't lack when it comes to warmth either with 100g fill in the body whilst the arms drop down to 80g to keep it cool.


It might be called the Savage, but you'll be anything but with this jacket from Horsefeathers. Bridging the gap between traditional jacket and a parka fit, the jacket will keep you toasty in even the most adverse of conditions with its 10k/10k waterproof/breathability rating.


The Nolan is a deceptive jacket - it might look like it's more suited to a metropolitan environment, but it boasts a 10k/10k fabric that'll allow you to progress to matter the conditions.

It comes in a regular fit with a slightly offset zip running to the right of the jacket for less faff fit.


Wear the Valor with pride. It's a no bells and whistles jacket for riders that want to let their skills do the talking, not their fashion.

Bearing the infamous Horsefeathers stamp of approval, it comes packing 10k/10k tech to keep you moving.

It's more of a shell jacket, so you'll need to layer up underneath, but it's nifty for the warmer months we're rapidly approaching.


Urban inspired and steeped in park prowess, the Paul from Horsefeathers clothing combines workwear styling with the comforts of high fashion.

Whilst it only has a 5k/5k waterproof/breathability rating, if you're looking for a layer that'll serve you well in the street, look no farther.


When your sunshine turns to cloud and rain, you'll be glad to have the Suburb to rely on. A streetwear inspired jacket that's omni-talented, it'll keep you warm with a 80g insulated lining and a DWR coated fabric.

If the water begins to get to you, you'll be glad to know that the jacket comes with a 5k rating to keep you cool under the collar.


A softshell jacket is always a controversial option, but when it looks this good, it's impossible to say no. The Gator comes packed with all the tech you'd expect from a shell jacket, but with the stretch of a softshell.

Coming in at 10k/10k you won't be caught short when the weather takes a turn for the worst.


Another softshell jacket with tinges of street inspired workwear from Horsefeathers. It comes with the same 10k/5k rating as many park jackets, but has the added bonus of looking sick as fuck.


A long fit jacket from Horsefeathers rounds off their urban inspired line. Coming in an electric blue with 40g insulation - you probably won't want to get caught in any blizzards in this number, but for cold and clear days, you'll be happy to invest in this glad rag.


Julia's a cool girl. She knows she's got it, but she don't flaunt it. She's a fun lovin gal that wouldn't look out of place on the catwalks of Paris.

She's tough though, make no mistake about that. She'll hold you tight and keep you warm on those long lonely nights.

Julia knows where its at.