Not the day to be sitting inside.
A little insulation goes a long way when the temperature drops and the snow hits hard. Throw on your Burton Men's Ante Up Puffy jacket and never miss another powder day because of the cold. DRYRIDE Durashell waterproof breathable fabric keeps you dry as your line from the last run fills in with fresh snow. And forget about taking breaks to warm up, Thermacore insulation has you covered while your buddies duck inside the lodge.
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I'm 5'7 about 175-180lbs muscular not a...
I'm 5'7 about 175-180lbs muscular not a fat 180. Would you prefer the Med or large?
I would say the Medium should suit you kindly.
i'm 6'2 and 175 pounds, so kind of lanky....
i'm 6'2 and 175 pounds, so kind of lanky. would you recommend the L or the XL???
It depends on how you like your fit. A large will be more snug and "street style." An XL will give you a baggier fit, better ass-coverage and the arms will be longer. I would steer you toward the XL.
ANTE UP is the bomb!
this coat is DANK, semi puffy so not crazy big chest sindrome. COAT is SUPER warm, riding Colorado on thanksgiving and it was -6 at the base. I rode aLL day with just ONE t shirt on underneath, granted Im a snow man but this is by far the best coat I've ever owned. so warm and cozy. no under layers just one t shirt! works in any weather too! it was 50 two days later and i still wore this coat, just opened the vents. amazing burton gear as always. about to buy a spare I love it so. AAS
does this thnig have the little spiderman...
does this thnig have the little spiderman wrist gator things to keep the snow out?
No it does not have them sorry about that. The AK Gore-Tex jackets all have them though.
Burton Ante Up-Kidnap that fool!
The Ante Up puffy get's the job done for those frigid cold mornings when you can barely put your boots on but is light enough to keep you from sweating balls when it warms up later or if you decide to hike out or hike some park features real quick. My advice for those days would be to wear a lightweight synthetic or merino shirt and this alone- it will keep you regulated in all temps and has huge mesh backed underarm zips.The Team Fit means this runs longer and keeps you butt dry when you sit in snow or an icy chairlift.It will not wet out as it has 2L DRYRIDE Durashell fabric that the masterminds at Burton have perfected.I have a 40" and am 6'1" and the XL fits charmingly.Another pro is you can zip out the dreadful waist Gaiter.
Very basic- zipper flap access and inner feed.
It's there, removable if you don't want it. Although, seems cheaply made.
Back with mesh. Right Guard approved. Dipset.
These aren't the droids you're looking for.
No wrist gaiters
But who needs 'em? Velcro is long enough, i just do this.