|Material:||Storm Lite 3.0-E Fabric|
|Insulation:||120g, 120g Body / 80g Sleeves|
|Venting:||Yes, Meshed Line Pit Zips|
|Pockets:||Bellowed Cargo Pockets|
|Zip In Compatible:||No|
|Recommended Use:||Skiing, Casual Use, Street Wear, Winter Wear, Cold Weather, Snowboarding|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
The Burton 3/ 2 Snowboard Jacket for men sheds the elements of winter in an amazing value, so you can get to the mountain in comfort without breaking the bank. The fully taped seam construction of this men's coat seals out moisture, and with a Storm Lite 3.0-E Fabric shell that delivers 10,000mm of waterproof protection and 5,000g of breathability, you will stay safe and dry in a storm without overheating and getting sweaty on long hikes and sunny lift rides. Packing 120gm of Thermacore insulation in the body and 80gm in the sleeves, the 3/ 2 Jacket keeps you toasty warm on the hill without feeling stiff or heavy as you shred.
Here at The House, wearing the Burton 3/2 snowboard jacket. 3/2 stands for the amount of insulation found in the garment. You’ve got synthetic fill through the torso. It’s going to be a little bit heavier than the sleeves. It’s going to keep your torso nice and insulated, keep your internal organs warm for the blood flow that circulates out and it’s going to be warmed up as well. The sleeve goes with the light insulation to allow better range of movement, also not much surface area to the arm, not going to dump as much heat.
From there, you go into the cargo pockets at the hip, these are going to be fleece lined, keep your hands warm when you got your gloves off. Got the cargo pockets up here as well too. On the interior, you do have the IPOD, MP3 pocket, it’s going to pipe through up to your head so you can rock your headphones while you’re up on the slopes. Full power skirt, does feature their new ‘zip link’ interface which is going to attach to a lot of Burton snowboard pants. Pocket window down there.
This one does feature their ALS lining which is going to reflect a lot of your body heat back to you, in combination with the insulation, it’s going to keep you really warm for a snowboard jacket with this thickness. You have the pit zips to dump extra heat if you’re warm out there. The shell fabric is going to be 10000/5000, so defiantly waterproof, defiantly breathable.
Just a really good snowboard jacket. Going to work good for those mid climates, and if you layer it underneath it’ll work good in Duluth where I ride. The Burton 3/2 snowboard jacket.