Description: Burton Bad Moon Rising Snowboard Jacket
Burton seems to be able to deliver styles that can make anyone happy, and the Burton Bad Moon Rising Snowboard Jacket is sure to keep this trend headed in the same direction. The classy exterior features Burton's exclusive DRYRIDE Durashell 2-layer fabric, which takes comfort and protection to unparalleled levels that make it one of the best jackets available. The Bad Moon Rising also comes with pit zips, critical taped seams, and internal artwork that show the attention to detail is second to none. Get your Burton Bad Moon Rising Snowboard Jacket and skyrocket your riding game!
Key Features of The Burton Shaun White Bad Moon Rising Snowboard Jacket:
I'm 6'2" 155lbs. I have a smaller chest and should've ordered a medium. The sleeves are the perfect length, maybe a hair too long, and the chest on this "slim fit" jacket is large enough for me to wear like like 3 sweaters underneath. If you're tall and skinny like me don't let your 135 bench press make you think otherwise.. Order a medium.
Haven't worn in the snow, but compared to what I wore last time (sweaters under a paper thin Columbia wind proof jacket) I'm sure it'll do great.
It has elastic bands in the bottom to make it tight which is all I care about. I would return it for a medium but besides Looking like the Michelin man I should be well protected under this jacket.
To give you an idea of what it looks like, it is rather thin all around, making plenty of room for a bigger chest size. Insulation is the shiny kind not the fuzzy cloth kind, which is good for me.
I wish he other reviews were clear on the owners body size and build and how the jacket for them overall so that was my goal writing this.
The House did a great job helping me with an issue I had with the order.
I found the same jacket on amazon for roughly the same price after 20% in cart discount! but glad I ordered from the house. The packaging and paperwork is filled with good energy.
I love this jacket it's keeps me warm and if it gets to hot I open the arm vents. I got medium size and Iam 5-9" it fits good not to small or to big I do suggest you pick one up before there all gone . The mitts I got are amazing I love them and the flease insert there is good room for my hand to move around to they are a grate combo with this jacket Happy ridding
I use this in weather from 38 - 58 degrees around the farm. It blocks the wind gusts, repels rain well, is warm, and lightweight. It is also good for trail riding. The color is not accurate on the photo. It is more of a green color. It washes so nicely too. I liked it so much, I bought a second one. For ability I put advanced because you are always learning. After over 25+ years of working with horses in all riding disciplines, you are always learning.
It worked out so well, I bought another one. I sewed a piece of material over the awful mural on the inside of the jacket (I'm not into skeletons, skulls, etc.). Well designed jacket with large Velcro closures, top and bottom snap, deep, angled pockets, and a smooth exterior fabric so particles will not stick.
I'm 6' 170lbs, skinny/athletic build... not a huge chest, and a 32" waist. What size should I get?? I really want the that white one.
A shopper on Mar 2, 2014
Best Answer:I am 5'9'' 160 and I purchased a medium. I would go a size up from what you would normally wear. It runs pretty slim. I only wear a technical shirt underneath and it is pretty snug. It has good length, so I think it will accommodate your height well. However, it has a small hood so it will not go over a helmet. Overall a good jacket, but I wouldn't use it for warmer days. Good luck!
My son is 5'9'' and 135lbs, skinny/athletic build and he has the small size and it fits comfortably even with a sweatshirt underneath. We actually bought it 2 years ago and its still in really good shape. Hope this helps. E