The terrifically toasty Holden Estelle Down Jacket features high-loft down fill to keep you cozy in even the coldest climates. The recycled polyester lining and solvent-free construction are part of Holden's commitment to making eco-conscious products, while the body features angled baffles to ensure even loft and offer a flattering, feminine look.Product FeaturesMaterial: [shell] plain weave; [lining] polyesterInsulation: 550-fill downFabric Waterproof Rating: 10,000 mmFabric Breathability Rating: Hood: yesFit: Center Back Length: Venting: underarm zipsPowder Skirt: yesPockets: 2 hand, 1 chestSeams: critically tapedWrist Gaiters: Liner-Compatible: RECCO: Claimed Weight: Recommended Use: snowboardingManufacturer Warranty: limited
The Standard Denim Skinny Pant is cut slim through hip and thigh with a straight and narrow leg. Designed to achieve the look of 5-pocket denim, we’ve added waterproof function and stretch denim like fabric to dramatically improve movement and comfort.Key Features of the Holden Standard Denim Skinny Snowboard Pants:10,000mm Waterproof10,000g BreathabilityFABRIC: Classic Stretch Denim Recycled Poly LiningDWR Recycled Taffeta80/20 PFOA-Free DWR Water Repellency TreatmentFully Taped Seams Internal Waist Adjustment SystemInner Thigh VentsTaffeta LiningNon-Stretch Boot Gaiter Target Insulation: Brushed Tricot Seat, Waistband Facing & Hand Warmer PocketsGenuine Leather Reinforced Bottom Hem
The Inheritors is the eagerly-awaited follow-up to James Holden's rightfully-acclaimed The Idiots Are Winning, a milestone from 2006. This is a whole new world and complete mythology in album form, which stretches way beyond the traditional confines of dance music. Holden has woven a rich aural tapestry that treads a singular path: nobody is making electronic music as explorative as what is found within The Inheritors. Bold, epic, and psychedelic, striking a delicate balance between weighty tome and transformative trip, and with a production aesthetic that is all his own, Holden is certain that this is the album that he always wanted to make. The Inheritors fully immerses you in a timeless space with abundant hidden depths.
When it's time to say goodbye to baggy snowboard pants, try these Men's Holden Standard Skinny Pants on for size and find freedom in the fitted movement. The stretch twill fabric allows ample mobility, so the slim cut through the hips and thighs and the straight and narrow legs don't hold you back from landing big air, they just make you look better doing it. Designed with 5-pocket jeans in mind there's no denying their stand out good looks, it's the waterproof and breathable qualities along with the fully taped seams, internal waist adjustment system and inner thigh vents that put these snowboard pants above the rest.
You'll feel like summer inside the Ella jacket even on a freezing-cold day. It's channel-quilted with insulation for maximum protection from Old Man Winter. Key Features of the Holden Ella Insulated Snowboard Jacket:10,000mm Waterproof5,000g BreathabilityFABRIC: Recycled Micro OxS. Cafe´ LiningRecycled Poly LiningDWR Recycled Taffeta80/20 PFOA-Free DWR Water Repellency TreatmentCritically Taped SeamsPowderskirt w/ Attachment System to PantsAdjustable HoodZipper Tech Pocket w/ Audio Port160 GM Polyfill Insulation
Happiness NOW! is a truly powerful and radical exploration of one of life’s most treasured goals. Packed with rich insights and practical wisdom, It offers a message of profound hope and healing for a generation that is often too busy chasing happiness to be truly happy. Robert Holden, Ph.D., presents a personal, warm, and entertaining account of how he developed his pioneering work with The Happiness Project. Using a highly creative mix of stories, exercises, meditations, poetry, and prayer, Robert shares his distinctive philosophy and practice of “the how of happiness.” Visionary and practical, challenging and compassionate, Happiness NOW! gives you valuable keys to true self-acceptance, everyday abundance, loving relationships, inner success, and lasting joy—starting NOW! The greatest pain of all is the fear that happiness might somehow elude us forever; the greatest joy of all is the realization that the potential for happiness is available to us now and always.