The first pick for Mads Jonsson.
- Dryride Durashell for serious protection from moisture
- ALS lining provides increased moisture control for more comfort on big days
- Large internal pocket to hold your goggles when you�re not wearing them
- Removable contour hood for harsh weather days and bluebird skies
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Typical Burton - in a good way!
Includes all the features you expect from Burton (lots of pockets, sig fit, pit zips) in a mid-weight shell. I'm a guy that doesn't get cold very often (read: sweats easily) so for spring conditions (around 45+ degrees F) I just need a base layer and this jacket. Haven't tried it for full-on Sierra winter (around 10+ degrees to 30+) but I will need to add layers. I always add extra zipper pulls so I can easily grab them with my gloves on, but this jacket doesn't have holes in the zipper pulls so I'm stuck with the basic pulls (about an inch) instead of extending them to a full few inches - this is why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5.
Go To Jacket
This jacket is absolutely fantastic. Ample pockets including MP3 stash, goggle pocket and extras for anything else. I own many jackets but this one is my go to almost every time. It's just too convenient and getting it in black means it goes with everything too. This jacket is warm despite being a shell. I would have given it 5 stars and while the Burton zip in system is great, if you don't have Burton pants...the waist gaitor won't keep you dry.