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No matter how brutal the weather and no matter how long the season, the Burton Field Jacket covers you in protection.

Specially issued for mountain ops, the Burton Men's Field Jacket keeps you dry and comfortable while you scout the best lines. With excellent venting and a super-high waterproof level, this Burton jacket fights back against winter storms, and large bellowed front pockets give you ample space to store your MREs and saftey break survival kit.
  • Fully seam-taped DRYRIDE Durashell 2L fabric for supreme moisture protection
  • LINK ZIP pant-to-jacket interfaces with Burton pants to completely keep snow out
  • Contour hood offers superb protection and is engineered to move with the direction of your neck and head
  • Burton Sig fit is loose for optimum mobility
  • Articulated sleeves and adjustable cuff closures to improve mobility
  • Crossflow venting chest pockets
  • Bellowed chest and front pockets give you tons of pocket space

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How warm is this jacket?

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How warm is this jacket?

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This jacket is a medium weight material with a mesh lining. It lacks any insulation as it's a shell. This jacket will keep you warm on most normal winter days. You'll want to wear some extra layers when it gets to 10 degrees F, and will probably want an insulated jacket if you spend a lot of time in the -0 temps. Hope that helps.

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This jacket is a medium weight material with a mesh lining. It lacks any insulation as it's a shell. This jacket will keep you warm on most normal winter days. You'll want to wear some extra layers when it gets to 10 degrees F, and will probably want an insulated jacket if you spend a lot of time in the -0 temps. Hope that helps.

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Shredwise is on point. His advice is sound.

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Great Jacket, runs big

The jacket is great! It's got tons of venting for warmer days and lots of sizable pockets for cameras and phones. It does run big, as I had to return mine for a small (5'11'' 160lbs) Also, the green color is more vibrant than what you see on the site.

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The Trench green or the Chlorphyll trenches plaid is more vibrant??