Closeouts. Burton's Method jacket ensures you don't lose your sense of style in freezing weather. Durashell two-layer twill fabric and zonal Thinsulate® insulation let you move freely and keep ripping when temps drop.
Reviewed by Marisol from San Diego on Thursday, March 20, 2014
This jacket not only looks great...it fits great! I got the orange/pink/red checkered color and I absolutely love it! You can tell its quality and the brand is definitely quality. I was worried about the size I should order since I usually wear a 10 in shirts and thought a M (9-10) might not fit since I have to wear thermals underneath and a sweater but it fit perfect. It's very comfortable and I recommend this jacket.
Reviewed by Remy from Denver, CO on Monday, January 20, 2014
only marking it down because i could use some internal pockets, and i have a personal preference for removable hoods. i fell right in between small and medium on the size chart and went with the medium. it's a little bulky but it doesn't bother me when boarding. left pocket has a key holder, inside the top left is a place to store an id with a clear plastic over it, and on the snow skirt there is another id holder that could be for a lift pass. overall well constructed - pit zips are essential as even with just a base layer i find this jacket to be pretty warm on 15-25 degree days. the pink is a nice color, slightly brighter than pictured, which i prefer so i can be more easily seen in whiteout conditions.
Reviewed by THOR from IOWA on Monday, January 13, 2014
Got the blue and I love it. Not to heavy not too light. Great for Midwestern snowboarding. Have wore other coats that were too light and and too heavy, not cool to sweat while snowboarding because no one likes to be cold and clammy.