Brush your teeth and put on the Burton 2.5L Slick Jacket.
The Burton 2.5 Layer Slick Jacket keeps you dry during mountain dumps and valley downpours. Burton’s patented Dryride Durashell coated fabric repels water like your breath repels ladies, so you know how extremely effective it is. Waterproof zippers and fully taped seams only add to the H2O dissing, and adjustable cuffs and a slim cut give you the fit you need to not feel like you’re wearing a bulky trashbag poncho. - Fall 2008.
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Burton 2.5 Slick Jacket
this is a great jacket,it keeps me nice and dry on the wettest days of the year, it's a great deal for this price, and it looks really good in white or black
The description says it has "2 Hand, 2 chest, 1 internal" pocket. It DOES NOT have 2 hand pockets, only 2 chest and one internal. I ordered it but returned it when I tried it on and realized the mistake. I like hand pockets down on my sides, not just on my chest. I ordered a large and am a pretty big guy (6ft, 220lbs), and it fit pretty loose on me. It looks like a great jacket and probably has good performance in wet weather, but it just wasn't right for me.
where exactly are the vents on this...
where exactly are the vents on this jacket?
Hey Wyatt,They're kind of hard to see but there are two zippers, one on each side, towards the outside of the chest. That the core venting on this rig.
Seams thin but could be a good thing
I like that it is thin I just wear a hoodie underneath and I'm good I just get afraid of ripping it and if i do you get what you pay for although due to the slim fit if you want to wear more than a shirt and a hoodie you'll have to go up in a size. or if you got a beer gut LOL. I found it was only a bit small around my butt. Living in California this is the most i would Ever need and It feels like it will take a downpour with NP at all.
What are you guys talking about?
Being thin doesn't mean it's not meant for snowboarding. I'd say not having a powder skirt is more indicative of that.
It's a shell. It's meant to be thin. It won't be warm on it's own with the exception of being able to cut out the wind. You need to add layers. Depending on size you can fit 3 shirts under it or a hoody or whatever.
However, I would suggest against all of that if any of it is cotton. Go synthetic.
And what you layer doesn't need to zip in to the liner. Unless you really need to have it as one when you take it off.
does this jacket have zippers on the inside...
does this jacket have zippers on the inside so i can add a lining to make it warmer?
No it doesn't, but if you buy a fleec or just wear a zip up hoodie underneath it would be the same. If your fleece or hoodie is bulky get a size up. Really no need to have a zip in liner wearing a zip up fleece or hoodie would be almost the same.
So since its just a shell...will like a...
So since its just a shell...will like a hoddie or three shirts fit on underneath it?
made a mistake
just to let you know this is NOT a snowboard jacket. its almost paper thin haha. but otherwise this is a great gear site and 100% trustable
im wondering if it will be warm it seems...
im wondering if it will be warm it seems very thin
It's a shell, of course it's thin. It is designed to keep wind and snow out. The simple solution to its lack of insulation is to [gasp] wear a fleece.