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Become a knight in shining DRYRIDE.

Burton built you a full-blown suit of armor and called it the Men's Tronic Jacket. Not only is the Tronic impervious to snow and rain while maintaining a high level of breathability, but the tough rip-stop construction will stand up to years of punishment without coming apart. Other technical features include waterproof chest zippers and POW-Grip sleeves that keep snow on the mountain, not packed around your arms.
  • DryRide Durashell laminated fabric gives you waterproof breathable protection
  • ALS lining insulates in critical areas and is more breathable in sweatier spots
  • Fulltime Contour Hood for a warm noggin
  • Rip-stop fabric for multi-season durability
  • Timeless styling that will look good for years of riding

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My son loves this jacket but he is 12. ...

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My son loves this jacket but he is 12. He wears a Boys size 16. Would a men's size small work for him?

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Depends on how big he is. Small would probably work for 5'5" and 130 lbs, or thereabouts.

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It may be a little big but should work The good news is he will be able to wear it into next season. At that age he is like a sea monkey just add water and watch them grow.
Another Quick note this site will allow returns if the jacket is too big.

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cant you get the red paper plaid in...

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cant you get the red paper plaid in large?

4 5

Good Jacket, but fits small

First, be aware this is really a technical shell, not an insulated jacket. If you want to wear it in adverse elements, layer up underneath. Even for a shell, it feels very lightweight so this would probably be an awesome spring jacket.

The Dryride Durashell is rated 20k mm and 15k g/mm^2 and feels very waterproof. This would probably keep you dry in any environment.

Ultimately, I ended up sending it back simply because the fit. It's Burton SigFit. I am 5'7" 140lbs and the small was waaay too small. I'd size up to at least M or maybe L to get that loose fit steeze. Be aware of this and try one on before you order or size up at least 1 from your normal jacket if you buy from typically loose fitting brands (Special Blend, Nomis or 686).

Otherwise, seems like a quality jacket.

Snowbording faboulous Rinken - Niseko Japan

Snowbording faboulous Rinken - Niseko Japan

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one of the most picturesque courses in Niseko, especially during a "Bluebird" day!!

5 5

Well worth it!!!

I bought my Tronic since my old Burton jacket was out of date in every way. I took is out on the slopes and the results were exactly as expected. It performed will in keeping me warm, it kept out the snow when purposefully sliding down a hill, and the functionality was superb.

The only faulty feature (which can easily just be pushed aside) are the thumb loops. They are very rigid, and although my arms are not too long for the sleeve, when I put my thumb through the loop, my arms become limited, and feel uncomfortable. Even with that problem, for the price, I couldn't ask for a better jacket.

So I am 6' 7" around 220 and was curious...

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So I am 6' 7" around 220 and was curious to the size I would need? I am assuming the XL but I have never owned/worn a Burton jacket so I don't know how they fit

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I would suggest the XL, unless you prepare to go to extreme cold areas where you would need multiple layers
(minus 25 F or colder) in which case you might consider a size bigger. I am 200lbs, 5'8 and I still have room for a thick fleece under a size L Burton Ronin Jacket

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The XL should be your jam. Unless your a Hipster looking for a tight fit you may want a medium. Just joking XL should be great and give you room for layering and natural movement.

I'm 6'1" about 180lbs with long arms....should...

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I'm 6'1" about 180lbs with long arms....should I go with the L or XL?

What should I order if i have long arms?...

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What should I order if i have long arms? My waist and chest are a small but my arms are most likely a medium... I dont know how to measure my arms in comparison to the jacket length

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I'm the same way. I can wear a Medium around town, but for riding I get the Large for the length in the arms. I hate my sleeves coming up at all. So run the medium.

5 5

Hightech and Lighweight feeling

This Jacket is loaded with features!

Some of my favorite features include the POW grip to keep snow out by your gloves... and of course the collar exhaust that allows you to blow heat out up towards your mouth without fogging your goggles; If you have been there you know what I'm preachin'.

Its made of a ripstop fabric in Burton's signature fit silhouette.

The jacket has a lining similar to idiom ones (really high-end feeling) and removable waist gaiter! The plaid color is so sick!... but they are all pretty bangger!

5 5

Super Hightech and Lightweight feeling!!!

This Jacket is loaded with features!Some of my favorite features include the POW grip to keep snow out by your gloves... and of course the collar exhaust that allows you to blow heat out up towards your mouth without fogging your goggles; If you have been there you know what I'm preachin'.Its made of a ripstop fabric in Burton's signature fit silhouette.The jacket has a lining similar to idiom ones (really high-end feeling) and removable waist gaiter! The plaid color is so sick!... but they are all pretty bangger!