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To start off with, this is a really great sweatshirt. It dries fast, is very soft on the inside, and stays warm in light wind. But with all Burton jackets, you have to go down a size to get the same fit you normally would. I typpically wear a medium in sweatshirts and jackets, but in my Burton products I wear a small. Overall I would definitely recommend getting this, great for hitting the crag or the slopes.
Good Fit, Comfy
I'm 6"2' about 180lbs and I like the length of both the body section and sleeves. Its not a super long baggy sweatshirt but exactly what I was looking for as far as a sweatshirt that's nice and long but not 2x too wide for me. DryRide is comfortable and warm.
The green is a lighter color than what is shown in the picture.
I LOVE this hoodie. It's really nice in fall/early winter, but would probably be a little chilly during those heavy snow months. I love how the collar comes up really high and keeps my neck and chin warm when it's windy. It has a baggy fit, and is quite long. It goes to about mid thigh on me, and I wear a medium. (Keep in mind I'm a girl.) The jacket does dry quickly, but it's not very water resistant. Walking through rain on the way to class, water definitely soaked through. Overall, it's super comfortable, and definitely worth the buy.
Awesome hoodie. Great quality as Burton always is. Heads up for anyone buying this sweatshirt. It runs pretty big. I normally wear a large but since it stated its made longer I figured id buy down a size and wear it slim. Turns out the medium compares to all my other larges easily. Even bigger than some. Considering my preplanning, I'm really stoked on this pick up though. A bit pricey but this sweatshirt will probably make all your other hoodies look/feel cheap.