The name's Exeter. Doug Exeter.
The Burton Exeter Softshell Jacket blurs the lines between tech outerwear and stylish streetwear. The super-breathable 10K-rated softshell fabric protects against nasty weather, while a shred-specific Team Fit gives you a couple inches of extra length in the body and sleeves. Add in other essential outerwear-specific features like underarm zip vents and a jacket-to-pant interface, and you have a seriously storm-proof softshell that can handle more than just sunny spring days in the park.
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How heavy, warm, and windproof is this...
How heavy, warm, and windproof is this piece? Thanks
With the coverage this softshell has, and the relatively low breathability rating, it is very windproof. You should have no issues except for driving wind with mist/rain or full-on storm conditions.
Softshells, in general, are neither heavy nor warm. The fleece lining will provide enough insulation during times of high aerobic activity in temps in the upper teens and low 20's F, or the mid 40's F for low activity. Of course, that will also depend on how warm or cold you get normally.
In general, you'd wear this alone when very active , and layer under it when not as active, or if it's well below freeing.
does this jacket have a long and slim...
does this jacket have a long and slim fit?
Yes. Team fit has extra length in the arms and body.
Hoddie with serious punch
I love a softshell, but not the tech look of most. Was stoked to find this bomber softshell with so much style. It looks like a Sweatshirt but is waterproof and windproof. Love the audio stash pocket and also like that I can wear it around town and not look like I just got off the hill.