You don’t need a broom to fly.
- Fully taped seams put the kibosh on water sneaking in through the stitching
- Stretch waist gaiter helps hold out the pow if you yard sale in the freshies
- Flip-down pass pocket makes it easy to get suspicious lifties off your back
- Team relaxed fit adds extra body and sleeve length and a baggier fit to make sure you are covered no matter how much you move
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I must say that 2010 was a very bad year for Burton overall, but this jacket is an exception. It's very warm, doesn't get wet so easily and has all the pockets I need to keep the necessary stuff with me all the time. The bad thing about this is that the hood sometimes gets annoying and that the sleeves cannot be adjusted to fit your gloves so they kinda hang all the time. Otherwise it looks great, I managed to get my hands on the lumber print which is freaking awesome!Definitely order one size down if you want it to fit true to size, this one is a bit baggier and longer than usual!
Burton Restricted Jacket
I got the True black...which is not plain black...it has some cool faint shady pattern on it. Used it at Vail on a 35-40F day with 2 layers....was warmer than expected...pit zips were useful ror venting.
Size M Team fit is good for 6ft, 160 lb person...not loose, but longer than typical ski jackets. Hood has many settings and there a several pockets inside the jacket that are almost hidden and high tech. Inner lining is smooth and glides over mid layer nicely.
Wrist gaiters have only 2 button settings and a zip...no velcro, so fit is a bit loose at the gloves.
Since I live in CO, I always get 1-2 day delivery (free) from dogfunk as they are located in Utah.
Best Jacket ever!!
This jacket is by far the best jacket i have ever owned. I have been boarding for a longtime now and never have i had a jacket as bad ass as this one, if you dont have it GET IT NOW!!
Restricted Crucible Jacket
I bought the Crucible Jacket in true black and it is awesome.
Only 2 pockets on the chest makes the jacket more comfy and minimalistic. Lining inside is satin and slides over mid layers smoothly. Enough insulation for Colorado winter, but always use a base layer.
Size M is good for 6ft, 160 lb person. Longer than usual body... what I prefer...it is not too baggy.
Flip down pass pocket is wicked but do not really need it with the microchip passes in Colorado that can be read thru the jacket.
Wrist gators are OK but has only 2 settings.
Burton Crucible (Lumber Print) w/ Burton Vent Pant (Sunchoke)
thumb loop - cuff closed
Flip-Down pass pocket & media port
Warm, great design, and the best random pockets ever. Helped me get through 20 degree weather and stayed warm and dry in a heavy downpour. Go do yourself and grab one immediately.