When the weather keeps most people indoors, the Burton Strapped Down Jacket rules the whole mountain.
On frigid winter days you'll be thinking up potentially illegal ways to thank Burton for making the Burton Men's Strapped Down Jacket. With more waterproofing than most down jackets, and the kind of features you wish you had last season, the Burton Strapped Down Jacket treats you even better than mom's chicken soup.
- DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer laminated fabric fends off water to keep you dry all day
- LINK ZIP pants-to-jacket interfaces with Burton jackets to completely keep snow out
- Articulated hood offers superb protection and is engineered to move with the direction of your neck and head
- Burton Sig fit is loose for optimum mobility
- Articulated sleeves and adjustable cuff closures to improve mobility
- Engineered goose down and strategically placed Thermacore insulation keep you cozy without weighing you down with bulk
- Hideaway face gaiter
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Bought it for my husband.
Love the color so I bought it for my husband for our trip to Whistler. He wore it once and never did ever since. He said it's bulky and heavy.
Looks brand new still, might sell it in ebay :-(
This jacket is amazing! I am 6'1/2" tall and weigh 175lbs and have long arms and the Medium fits perfect. I had a burton down before that was a LRg and to big to wear on the street, this one fits nice in town and amazing on the hill, plus the removable skirt and cuff things are great.
I have owned 7 burton jackets over the last 14 years and still have almost all of them (I have only given some away to buy more) this will be a jacket that I keep for a long time, and by the looks of it, will stand up to anything.
Pleased in Canada...
How heavy is this jacket?
How heavy is this jacket?
It doesn't way that much, It is not a heavy jacket in weight. The jacket will feel great.
i am 5'7 and 132lbs,which size if fit...
i am 5'7 and 132lbs,which size if fit for
Medium my man, that is the size for you.
Pufftastic without the puff
Just got this jacket in and already love it (5'10'', 170..got the medium. this is the 2nd puffy jacket i've owned). Still haven't taken it out in any inclement weather or tested it on the slopes, but just the functionality for street-wear is great. I read some reviews saying that this jacket is too long, but I disagree. It doesn't have a "park-rat" look at all and the bottom sinches up great for an even shorter look.
Loose feel, but slim look.
The hood is great and even fits over helmet.
Burton's "LINK ZIP" is 100% compatible with volcom's zip technology.
Good, tight fitting powder skirt if you don't have the zip tech.
Great zippers all-around.
The "removable" Face-gaiter is a little awkwardly designed, but we'll see how it works on the mountain with mitts on.
The audio pocket is velcro. Would've liked to see a zipper there.
I'll review once more when I have a chance to challenge it on the mountain.
how heavy is this jacket? i know it's a...
how heavy is this jacket? i know it's a down jacket, but i'm hoping it's decently lightweight... and versatile enough (with its vents) to wear even if it's not super frigid negative-30 on the mountain. i'm mostly concerned with its physical weight though (i hate wearing jackets that feel like you've added 10 pounds of deadweight).
now way this jacket weighs 10 lbs, but it is pretty dense. The 600 down fill is thick enough you can feel but I don't feel it weighs me down at all. I'll think you will be stoked, Is is super warm.
wanted to confirm, is the redsucker color...
wanted to confirm, is the redsucker color a dark burgundy pinstripe; shiny material? nice looking down jacket, but looks like no one's really biting on it... if burton/dogfunk would lower the price a little, i'd jump on it... gonna play the waiting game........
hey i am 5'7 and was wondering what size...
hey i am 5'7 and was wondering what size to go for?