Once the skatepark gets covered in snow, pull out your Analog Men’s Echo Jacket, dust off your jib board, and poach a handrail or hit the terrain park. The Echo’s 5K-rated waterproof fabric and taped seams fend off precip, and fleece-lined pockets give you a place to stuff your hands during a safety break. When eight inches fall on the mountains, re-attach the Echo’s powder skirt, pull up the hood, and seek out an untouched stash. Underarm zips help you cool off when the riding heats up. Analog’s Horror print on the monochrome Echo’s interior is your little secret—kinda like how you have a thing for women’s underwear, but no one has to know.
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nice . . .
jacket looks sick. super thin but water and wind proof. good for spring riding.
colour is awesome but gets dirty real fast. loads of comments from strangers.
good for the price. no real complaints.
nice . . .
its super light, runs BIG. nice colour.nice jacket, but not too much to it.basically what you see in the picture is what you get.
is the hood removable, and do you think...
is the hood removable, and do you think the optic color would look good with the white pinstripe burton poachers? Also is it a good enough jacket to ride in 10-20degree weather? and is a good windbreaker? Lastly, if I'm a medium should I get a small?
The hood is not removable, and the Optic is a bright white! The poachers have a slight herringbone weave to them, so, they are a little different in fabric, but you could run them together!
As far as riding in 10-20 degrees, you could, but this is a 5k shell jacket, so I would recommend layering, and it is true to size, I wear medium in all tops, and would go medium in this jacket!
Hope this helps!
if you likes em tallish...
you'll love the analog echo... nice park jacket: lightweight with good classic simple style... not too many flashy bells and whistles, but the button detailing and the satin print inner lining do give it some nice swag... nothing too crazy, so if you like the simple clean look, this'll do it... the powder skirt is removable too so you can rock tall tees underneath... one note: the jacket runs pretty big... it's akin to a burton team fit so it's gonna be super tall with longer sleeves... not crazy slim, if that's what you're going for though... all in all a nice park jacket that'll get you through a session, but not something i'd ride all year round unless you layer up considerably... i'll admit i'm not usually a fan of burton outerwear as it has let me down in the past and i think you can definitely get a better bang for your buck with other companies, but this analog jacket was exactly what i was looking for: simple, relatively cheap, reliable, and stylie... one note, the front zipper is made of what seems like a raw metal for a more aggro look; but after a season, the zipper metal has begun to stain the material on the inside flap that it touches... not noticeable at all when zipped up, but in the lighter colors, could be a problem if you like to ride with your jacket open or slightly open
Write your question here...I am worried...
Write your question here...I am worried about the size of this analog jacket. I usually wear a special blend L. Do you thing I have to choose an L or it would fit very big?
If you wear Large in special blend, this would not be too big...
this is way bigger than a Special Blend jacket in the corresponding size... a L in this jacket is definitely taller with longer sleeves than a L in a Special Blend jacket
Does anyone think that the white would...
Does anyone think that the white would look good with some brown volcom pants?
Yeah man white with some brown is pretty killer, one of my friends rides that way. and analog and volcom definitely fit together
i'm riding the pale blue analog echo over some mocha volcom slim pants... looks so dope... the white over brown is going to be a pretty similar look because the pale blue is actually super pale with just a little bit of blue in it... do it!
i wear size 2X shirts, three if i can get...
i wear size 2X shirts, three if i can get them, will XL be good with this jacket for me?
Yeah if you buy an XL. This jacket is sized really big.
hey dogfunk decide on a price why dont ya
this jacket has been as low as 74.99 then back up to 119.99 then put back on "SALE" at its current price... cmon guys do you think we dont pay attention or are stupid?
how many pockets are there??
how many pockets are there??
there are two zip up pockets on the outside and only one (but huge) velcro pocket on the left inside.
this jacket kept me warm on those cold days and also kept me from overheating on those spring rides plus it has allot of pockets to keep your stash stashed
Will this jacket more of a light weight...
Will this jacket more of a light weight jacket/shell or will it keep up with me at 10 degree weather?
no its pretty light, not even that waterproof
Terrain Use: Backcountry, Groomers, All Mountain
Good For: Spring Day, Blue Bird Powder Day, Cloudy and Cold, Cold and Blustery Day, Storming and White Out
Pros: Durable, Lightweight
Other Thoughts: A Sick 2 layer coat made of the same burly material that the perimeter pants are made of. Sierra say 5k/5k, the coat is ACTUALLY 10k/5k(tags with the coat)-so it's quality stuff.. Very simple jacket this is JET black, with a sweet inner print. Only issue it, it runs VERY big...I usually wear an Xl and it was like a dress. Ended up with L and it fits much better. For the price + 10k/5, its an absolute steal/deal!
Customer Service: Shipped same day