The Burton Reversible Down Jacket—mountain-ready performance with a versatile design.
Not only does the Burton Women's Reversible Down Jacket pack 550-fill down insulation to keep you warm, it turns inside out when you want a different look. Why get one jacket to go with one pair of pants when you can just flip the Reversible Down Jacket for a whole new style? Burton designed this ultra-warm jacket for snowboarding in harsh conditions and hooked it up with a waterproof breathable Storm-lite 3.0 shell and critically taped seams. **DISCONTINUED**
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I actually got this at Costco on sale, but it's still a great jacket. I've never found myself cold in this one, I wear it around school and in Tahoe with the family. It's longer than my north face jacket (which is rare for someone who's 5'10"), in addition to having pit vents and a hood. I like the reversible part, but I usually just keep it quilted side out. The pockets are nice and soft and the arms are really long, but I wish there was some sort of chin guard, but with the reversible sides it's not really an option.
Zero degrees out and still warm.
Week in Banff: Coldest day was zero degrees in-town. In the negs on the slopes. I wasn't cold from the waist up...ever. And with the reverable option, it felt like I had two coats on the trip! Only issue...wish it had more pockets.
I love this jacket! Really warm and great with the reversible