Burton Freemont Jacket - Waterproof, Insulated (For Men)

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Overview

About Burton Freemont Jacket - Waterproof, Insulated (For Men)

Closeouts. Chosen by pro riders around the world, Burton's Freemont jacket has a stylish extended cut for excellent coverage, with a DRYRIDE waterproof breathable Durashell and low-bulk Thermacore insulation.

Specs

Specs about Burton Freemont Jacket - Waterproof, Insulated (For Men)

  • Closure: YKK®,Zipper,Two-way
  • Zipper: Right
  • Length: 32" (based on size large)
  • Fabric: 100% polyester with polyurethane membrane
  • Lining: 100% polyester tricot, 100% nylon (taffeta)
  • Insulation: 100% polyester
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Total weight: 3 lb. 6 oz.
  • Made in China
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  • US shipments only

Sizing

Burton Men's Size Chart

XXS XS S M L XL XXL
Chest fits to 33 - 34 34 - 36 36 - 38 38 - 40 40 - 42 42 - 44 44 - 46
Waist fits to 26 - 28 28 - 30 30 - 32 32 - 34 34 - 36 36 - 38 38 - 40

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3.750000 5 Overall Rating: 3.8 Based on 4 reviews

Most Helpful 4-Star Review

Verified Buyer Reviewed by gary k from chicago on Monday, April 30, 2012
nice jacket, as described, baggy snowboarder fit. took it for a test walk when it was about 35 and windy with just a base layer. it was plenty warm and the high collar was nice against the wind.

i find it stylish but it is very down-played for a boarding jacket. i like that because i can also we... Read More
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  • Reviewed by David G from Outer Banks, NC on Sunday, December 29, 2013
    My son is really easy to please and loves purple so I new this would be a winner. But for review purposes;
    It has plenty of nice features; venting, headphone slot, etc. My son, 5'8", 13 yo, got the small. Fits great. He can close the wrists with ski mittens on, draw the hood and powder skirt. All around nice jacket for great price.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by gary k from chicago on Monday, April 30, 2012
    nice jacket, as described, baggy snowboarder fit. took it for a test walk when it was about 35 and windy with just a base layer. it was plenty warm and the high collar was nice against the wind.

    i find it stylish but it is very down-played for a boarding jacket. i like that because i can also wear this to the office in winter. haven't ridden with it yet but it should be fine.
    • Best Uses: Skiing/Snowboarding
    • Chest Size: Feels true to size
    • Cons: Heavy
    • Describe Yourself: Avid Adventurer
    • Fit: Feels too big
    • Pros: Breathable, Comfortable, Stylish, Warm, Waterproof, Windproof
    • Sleeve Length: Feels too long
    • Was this a gift?: No
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by c from vt on Monday, January 23, 2012
    bought for my picky son - he loves it!
    • Chest Size: Feels true to size
    • Describe Yourself: Avid Adventurer
    • Fit: Feels true to size
    • Pros: Breathable, Comfortable, Durable, Lightweight, Stylish, Warm, Waterproof, Windproof
    • Sleeve Length: Feels too long
    • Was this a gift?: Yes
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jitters from Cottage Grove, OR on Friday, April 22, 2011
    This jacket runs large and feels very billowy. Like parachute pants for your torso. The color does not really match the photo or description. It's rather a garish carbon fiber meets bright purple affair.
    • Best Uses: Casual Wear
    • Chest Size: Feels too big
    • Cons: Poor Fit
    • Describe Yourself: Casual/ Recreational
    • Fit: Feels too big
    • Pros: Lightweight
    • Sleeve Length: Feels too long
    • Was this a gift?: No

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About Burton

One name will always remain synonymous with the snowboarding movement, and that name is Burton. Back in 1978, the sport of snowboarding was virtually unknown and completely on the fringe, but Jake Burton quit his day job to make snowboards in his living room anyway. By the 1980s, Burton snowboards were helping people discover a totally new and exhilarating way to carve the snow. More than thirty years later, Burton snowboards and bindings are still leading the industry with cutting-edge technologies and killer-looking designs, as are Burton boots. On the slopes, Burton jackets and pants are made to help you beat the elements and look great doing it. Long live winter.