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Burton Penelope Jacket - Insulated (For Women)

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Most Helpful 4-Star Review

Reviewed by Novice yet Stylish Snowboarder from Philadelphia on Tuesday, February 11, 2014
I've used this jacket snowboarding once since purchasing it. It doesn't have quite as many bells and whistles as I expected with a Burton jacket, but I ended up getting it for around $90 with coupons, etc. so for the price I'd say it is a pretty great jacket with all the essentials.

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Information about Burton Penelope Jacket - Insulated (For Women)
Closeouts. A street-ready, figure-flattering slim fit and Thinsulate® low-bulk insulation make Burton's Penelope jacket versatile winter protection for snowy mountain days and chilly nights on the town.
  • DRYRIDE Durashell two-layer heathered fabric
  • Critical seams sealed
  • 60g Thinsulate┬« low-bulk insulation
  • Soft, breathable quilted taffeta lining
  • Attached, adjustable storm hood
  • Brushed chin guard prevents chafing
  • Center zip with internal storm flap and zipper garage
  • Mesh-lined pit zips
  • Interior touch-fasten pocket and media pocket with clear window
  • Touch-fasten adjustable cuffs
  • Attached powder skirt
  • Drawcord hem
  • Waterproof rating: Water resistant, 10,000mm
  • Breathable rating: 10,000
  • Classic Fit
  • Made in Viet Nam
  • Visit our Winter Dressing Guide
  • US shipments only
Specs about Burton Penelope Jacket - Insulated (For Women)
  • Closure: YKK®,Zipper
  • Length: 26" (based on size medium)
  • Fabric: 85% nylon, 15% polyester, 100% polyurethane (membrane)
  • Lining: 100% polyester (mesh), 100% taffetas (nylon)
  • Insulation: 100% polyester
  • Care: Machine wash/dry
  • Classic Fit
  • Weight: 1 lb. 12 oz.
  • Made in Viet Nam
  • Visit our Winter Dressing Guide
  • US shipments only

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Most Helpful 4-Star Review

Reviewed by Novice yet Stylish Snowboarder from Philadelphia on Tuesday, February 11, 2014
I've used this jacket snowboarding once since purchasing it. It doesn't have quite as many bells and whistles as I expected with a Burton jacket, but I ended up getting it for around $90 with coupons, etc. so for the price I'd say it is a pretty great jacket with all the essentials.

I am 5'7 and ... Read More
Based on 7 reviews: Overall:
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  • Reviewed by Novice yet Stylish Snowboarder from Philadelphia on Tuesday, February 11, 2014
    I've used this jacket snowboarding once since purchasing it. It doesn't have quite as many bells and whistles as I expected with a Burton jacket, but I ended up getting it for around $90 with coupons, etc. so for the price I'd say it is a pretty great jacket with all the essentials.

    I am 5'7 and 135 lbs; I usually wear small or medium tops. I wore this with a slim fitting t-shirt and two light track jackets underneath, and it was pretty snug. I am a little concerned that it might be a bit small with thicker/more layers underneath so I would probably recommend to someone else buying this that they go a size up if they are debating between the two. Also, if you are between a medium and a small, the powder skirt may run tight if you go for the smaller size.

    It is slightly insulated in the back, but you'll definitely need to wear layers underneath even in mild mountain temperatures.

    The jacket itself is gorgeous - as figure-flattering as a snow jacket can be and not bulky at all. Pretty much exactly what I was looking for in the looks department.

    I wore it snowboarding and as far as being waterproof, it held up fine during all my spills. The velcro on the cuffs don't really help a terrible amount in keeping snow from getting up your sleeves or making gloves easier to put on or anything, though. I do love that it has four good sized pockets - two velcro pockets for tissues and other things you'll want to grab without a hassle, and then two zippered pockets right behind the velcro ones for your phone, camera, or anything else you don't want falling out.
  • Reviewed by frankie from Philadelpia on Tuesday, February 11, 2014
    I've used this jacket snowboarding once since purchasing it. It doesn't have quite as many bells and whistles as I expected with a Burton jacket, but I ended up getting it for around $90 with coupons, etc. so for the price I'd say it is a pretty great jacket with all the essentials.

    I am 5'7 and 135 lbs; I usually wear small or medium tops. I wore this with a slim fitting t-shirt and two light track jackets underneath, and it was pretty snug. I am a little concerned that it might be a bit small with thicker/more layers underneath so I would probably recommend to someone else buying this that they go a size up if they are debating between the two. Also, if you are between a medium and a small, the powder skirt may run tight if you go for the smaller size.

    It is slightly insulated in the back, but you'll definitely need to wear layers underneath even in mild mountain temperatures.

    The jacket itself is gorgeous - as figure-flattering as a snow jacket can be and not bulky at all. Pretty much exactly what I was looking for in the looks department.

    I wore it snowboarding and as far as being waterproof, it held up fine during all my spills. The velcro on the cuffs don't really help a terrible amount in keeping snow from getting up your sleeves or making gloves easier to put on or anything, though. I do love that it has four good sized pockets - two velcro pockets for tissues and other things you'll want to grab without a hassle, and then two zippered pockets right behind the velcro ones for your phone, camera, or anything else you don't want falling out.
  • Reviewed by frankie from Philadelphia on Tuesday, February 11, 2014
    I've used this jacket snowboarding once since purchasing it. It doesn't have quite as many bells and whistles as I expected with a Burton jacket, but I ended up getting it for around $90 with coupons, etc. so for the price I'd say it is a pretty great jacket with all the essentials.

    I am 5'7 and 135 lbs; I usually wear small or medium tops. I wore this with a slim fitting t-shirt and two light track jackets underneath, and it was pretty snug. I am a little concerned that it might be a bit small with thicker/more layers underneath so I would probably recommend to someone else buying this that they go a size up if they are debating between the two. Also, if you are between a medium and a small, the powder skirt may run tight if you go for the smaller size.

    It is slightly insulated in the back, but you'll definitely need to wear layers underneath even in mild mountain temperatures.

    The jacket itself is gorgeous - as figure-flattering as a snow jacket can be and not bulky at all. Pretty much exactly what I was looking for in the looks department.

    I wore it snowboarding and as far as being waterproof, it held up fine during all my spills. The velcro on the cuffs don't really help a terrible amount in keeping snow from getting up your sleeves or making gloves easier to put on or anything, though. I do love that it has four good sized pockets - two velcro pockets for tissues and other things you'll want to grab without a hassle, and then two zippered pockets right behind the velcro ones for your phone, camera, or anything else you don't want falling out.
  • Reviewed by frankie from Philadelphia on Tuesday, February 11, 2014
    I've used this jacket snowboarding once since purchasing it. It doesn't have quite as many bells and whistles as I expected with a Burton jacket, but I ended up getting it for around $90 with coupons, etc. so for the price I'd say it is a pretty great jacket with all the essentials.

    I am 5'7 and 135 lbs; I usually wear small or medium tops. I wore this with a slim fitting t-shirt and two light track jackets underneath, and it was pretty snug. I am a little concerned that it might be a bit small with thicker/more layers underneath so I would probably recommend to someone else buying this that they go a size up if they are debating between the two. Also, if you are between a medium and a small, the powder skirt may run tight if you go for the smaller size.

    It is slightly insulated in the back, but you'll definitely need to wear layers underneath even in mild mountain temperatures.

    The jacket itself is gorgeous - as figure-flattering as a snow jacket can be and not bulky at all. Pretty much exactly what I was looking for in the looks department.

    I wore it snowboarding and as far as being waterproof, it held up fine during all my spills. The velcro on the cuffs don't really help a terrible amount in keeping snow from getting up your sleeves or making gloves easier to put on or anything, though. I do love that it has four good sized pockets - two velcro pockets for tissues and other things you'll want to grab without a hassle, and then two zippered pockets right behind the velcro ones for your phone, camera, or anything else you don't want falling out.
  • Reviewed by Deal Shark from Georgia on Thursday, February 06, 2014
    This is a nice Snowboard coat. It is fairly thin to we'll need to layer up underneath.

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