The Burton Commuter snowboard jacket stands up to the weather with its 10,000 mm waterproof Storm Lite fabric outer. Critically taped seams offer additional protection and durability in vulnerable areas. Thermacore insulation throughout traps heat, keeping you cozy on the inside. The fulltime contour hood offers additional weather protection and flexibility in changing conditions. Burton's Commuter snowboard jacket offers lasting Burton quality, all day weather protection, and fresh style that is sure to turn heads.
Key Features of the Burton Commuter Snowboard Jacket:
I wasn't sure how much I'd like this but after wearing it a few times, I love it. Normally I wear small/med tops and decided to get this in M and it fits perfect w/o being too snug. It's got a simple but modern design to it that's cool without being too fussy. There's a pocket for my ipod by my chest and plenty of other pockets for misc items (2 deep front pockets, 2 fleece-lined side, and a small mini one inside the right side pocket). Breathability (zippers by armpits - great ventilation) is great and the fur on the hood buttons off if I don't want it on. This jacket's definitely very warm considering how light it is. Still, I wear a fleece underneath when I hit the slopes but roams the street of the city as is. Oh, and I absolutely love the skirt that snaps onto my burton pants that keeps the snow out for the times I wipe out. This is an awesome value
I have a white version and it gets dirty easily, but it's expected. Slim fit that shows my figure. I am 5'7'', 110lb, and S fits me perfectly and I can wear a couple layers under. It has lots of pockets and a tight power skirt. Keeps me dry all day. <3 this jacket
I have tried the Commuter jacket on many times and I have to agree that it is a great lightweight, cute jacket for warmer spring days. It still comes with enough waterproofing to walk around in the rain and to prevent from getting too wet in the snow, but wouldn't be the best idea on a stormy day. You also couldn't layer up too much underneath it, just maybe a thermal and a shirt would work to keep you warm enough. I think it has a cute look to it with a fulltime hood that you wouldn't want to get too wet either. As far as sizing, it fits pretty true to size, in the picture it shows I am wearing a small and that is what I'd normally wear. It fit well except for it was a little short. Overall, its the perfect springtime jacket
This is a great jacket to have as a backup. There is not much too special about it. It kind of reminds me of the 90s, especially the golden one. I guess I like a little more meat to my jackets and a shell like this one is just not good enough
It's really warm for rainy days but I'm not sure whether it's warm enough for a day on the slopes. With a few layerings I'm sure it'll be warm enough but I'd rather have a slightly thicker jkt. Gets dirtly really quickly if you get a white one.
got a small and it fits perfectly, but that's not necessarily a great thing on the slopes. I have it in white and it looks fantastic when I wear it around the city too, but definitely dirties easily and it's hard to get out. Love the rainbow stripe lining though, it's beautiful! it's surprisingly warm for how thin it is, but definitely should've sized up. Wish it had more pockets and adjustability at the bottom, and some wrist gaiters would help too
a little larger than a normal Med- very comfortable
Even if I had worn this on a spring day to board, I found that it didn't have enough features on it to wear it out on the mountain. I'd sooner just take it off for fear of taking a spill and getting snow packed between my back and jacket. It's great for the winter time as a chill weekender jacket. Very very comfortable, it definitely became my comfort jacket last year. Love the hood, easy to be wrapped up in. I'd recommend it :