A jacket befitting the Queen of the Lumberjacks.
Being a lumberjack has it's perks: you get to drink sludgy coffee in the morn, pack your lunch in a tin box, be outside all day, and wear cool clothes. However, you wouldn't look good with a beard, but at least you can wear the Burton Stella Snowboard Jacket, an insulated flannel style workwear jacket that has lumberjack looks and waterproof protection. The Stella is crafted from the two-layer DryRide Durashell to keep water and moisture out, and the critical seams are taped to keep wetness from creeping in. While you don't cut down trees, you shred in them to get late afternoon powder stashes, and when you are working up a sweat, use the mesh-lined underarm zips to release heat but keep high-flying powder out.
You don't have the hearty potbelly of a lumberjack, so Burton stuffed this jacket with zonal mapped midweight 3M Thinsulate insulation, which warms with targeted, movement-minded efficiency. The Stella also boasts a removable liner that is compatible with Burton's Jacket-To-Pant interface, and a ton of pockets to keep you organized. The Stella comes in Sig Fit, Burton's tried-and-true fit that's built for riding but with a feminine cut. After all, you just like the lumberjack lifestyle, but you don't want to look like one of the boys.
- DryRide Durashell two-layer
- Thinsulate insulation
- Critical seams taped
- Mesh-lined pit zips
- Removable powder skirt
- Jacket-to-Pant Interface