Like a bubble bath that you can wear to the resort.
For complete, all-day, (we'll even go so far as to say next-to-skin) comfort, take a gander at the Burton Men's Freemont Jacket. This waterproof breathable jacket is lightly insulated so you can wear fewer layers and still keep warm all winter. The real icing on the cake, though, is the smooth satin lining that will will make you say 'oh snap!' when it touches your skin.
- DryRide Durashell laminated fabric gives you waterproof breathable protection
- Fulltime Contour Hood for a warm noggin
- Timeless styling that will look good for years of riding
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Nice jacket-however, Dogfunk says it has wrist gaiters and it does not-which was the main reason I choose it. It does not appear to me that it has 'zip-in' tech either-may be wrong on that. Other than that-pretty cool jacket-just kinda mis-advertised.
Amazing but huge
Looks amazing and all but it runs big. If youve never tried Burton Team Relaxed fit, go try it on somewhere else before getting this.
amazing but huge. need to return mine. sad.
Best Jacket I own
Amazing snowboarding jacket. I have about 3 very good snowboarding jackets, all from Burton. This one takes the cake, it's light enough for spring conditions and great for layering for winter conditions. VERY comfortable and breathable material...
Riding the Gondola
Riding the Gondola
love the gear works well in all conditions
I bought this jacket because I needed a slick looking jacket for cold winters. When I finally got it, the first thing I noticed is that it doesn't look as slick as on the pic! The Blotto Technotron Print actually looks quite faded (colors are not very intense) and looks like it's made of rubber. The satin lining is quite nice though. But the biggest problem was that I bought an M-size (I usually wear M-L) and the sleeves were way too big but that might just be me, as I like my stuff not too baggy. Come on Burton, what's wrong with you this year?