We have lift off.
Fire your carcass into the stratosphere in the Burton Men's Launch Jacket. The Launch will fight off the weather all day and make sure you're looking good, whether you're sticking your landings or starfishing into the woods.
- DryRide Durashell laminated fabric gives you waterproof breathable protection
- ALS lining insulates in critical areas and is more breathable in sweatier spots
- Fulltime Contour Hood for a warm noggin
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Hey Guys, Im 6'2" and about 195lb. What...
Hey Guys, Im 6'2" and about 195lb. What size would you recommend?
I recommend size XL for a guy your size. XL won't be too big on you, but it will give you plenty of space to layer-up without restricting your range of motion.
You should be able to fit a large. If you are looking for a baggier look you may want to go XL.
Whats a good size for a 6'2" 85kg bloke?...
Whats a good size for a 6'2" 85kg bloke? love to hear your thoughts...
If you don't want it to totally hang off your body and you're about average build...I'd go for the medium. Otherwise go for the large.
I would go Large if I were you. A medium is going to run a bit tight. A large should give you enough room to layer and also allow natural movement. Enjoy!!
Does the Mascot blue only come in XL?
Does the Mascot blue only come in XL?
Yes, for Mascot Blue, that's the only size we have left in stock.
I am 5 4 and i weigh 125 pounds would i...
I am 5 4 and i weigh 125 pounds would i fit in to a xs? Thanks
Yes, you will fit into an XS.
Dan If I were you I would look at the small. This will give you room to layer and allow natural movement. The Great thing about this site is you can return items and get the size right. However do you really want to waste precious shred time. Go with the Small and make yourself happy.
my son likes it
this was a jacket for my 13 year old son (5,6 ft). we bought size L and it is really big though we tried to measure everything against the table with sizes. my son likes it and claims that it is very warm though to me it does not look warm)) it is a very thin layer of insulation. could be some super new material which keeps you warm regardless of the thin insulation.
m 5'5 135lbs skinny built, what should i...
m 5'5 135lbs skinny built, what should i get a small or extra small? thanks
Small is the best size for you.
im 5'8 and 150lbs and i wear a S so probably XS for you.
Trying to get the size right. I'm 5 foot...
Trying to get the size right. I'm 5 foot 8 about 155, but I'm broad in the shoulders. M or L? I'd prefer a snug fit, as my layers are light.
The right size for you would be the Medium. I'm 6' and I wear a Large. If you get the medium you will be stoked on the fit.
This jacket is Champagne at beer prices. I have come to love Burton's proprietary DryRide material because it is practically waterproof without the huge pricetag and lasts all season and even through wash cycles. Burton's standard features package on ALL of their jackets ensure you're getting everything you need such as MP3 pocket, waist gaiter, handwarmer pockets etc...
The Sig fit is slightly smaller than the team fit but still long enough that when you bend over, it doesn't ride up, sleeves are long enough to cover your gloves up past the knuckles, it is kind of a slim fit but not emo-shred fit. The perfect balance between PCMR thugby's and Gypsy shreds. I am 6'1" and skinny and an XL fits nicely.
There is plenty of storage and pockets to keep iPods, keys, wallet, phone, maps, chapstick, bandana or whatever in place and not clumped together while you ride but yet aesthetically, remains streamlined.
Last but not least, I LOVE the hood, coverage is ample but is contoured to keep in place and keep the peripheral vision open.