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Burton Cushing Down Snowboard Jacket

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$167.95
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Specs

Type:
  • Down
Material: Durashell nylon
Insulation:
  • 550 Fill Power
  • tram trail mapping
Fabric Waterproof: 15,000mm
Fabric Breathability: 10,000g
Fit: Regular
Venting:
  • Yes
  • pit zips and crossflow back
Seams Taped: Critical
Powder Skirt:
  • Yes
Wrist Gasket:
  • No
Hood:
  • Hooded
  • Fixed
Pockets: 2 external 2 internal
Zip In Compatible:
  • No
Jacket-Pant Connections:
  • Yes
Recco Reflector: No
Recommended Use:
  • Hiking
  • Skiing
  • Casual Use
  • Street Wear
  • Winter Wear
  • Cold Weather
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: Lifetime

Description: Burton Cushing Down Snowboard Jacket

Finding high-quality, comfortable snowboard clothing can often be a chore. The Burton Cushing Down Snowboard Jacket is the pinnacle of style and function. This jacket is designed to provide maximum warmth in the coldest conditions while also making the user stand out from the crowd. Key among its many features is its waterproof fabric, designed to keep you dry and warm and an adjustable hood so that every part of your upper body is covered. If you're looking for a fantastic jacket that won't let you down when you're trying to perform at your best, the Burton Cushing Down Snowboard Jacket could be exactly what you need.

Key Features of the Burton Cushing Snowboard Jacket:
  • 15,000mm Waterproof
  • 10,000g Breathability
  • DRYRIDE Durashell
  • Sig Fit
  • Tram Package Trail Mapping: Soft Taffeta lining w/Engineered 550 down fill, NEW Zonal 3M Thinsulate Platinum Insulation (100G underarms/side panels) and X-STATIC-The Silver Fiber (409G armpits and center back)
  • Hideaway Face Gaiter
  • New crossflow venting back exhaust
  • Critically Taped Seams
  • New Venting Anti-Fog Goggle Pocket
  • Removable Waist Gaiter w/Jacket to Pants Interface
  • LIFETIME WARRANTY
  • Pit Zips
  • NEW 3M Thinsulate Insulation [Excluding Shells]
  • Stretch Waist Gaiter with Jacket-to-Pant Interface
  • NEW Antimicrobial Plush Collar
  • Pocket Access Hem Cinch
  • Goggle/Media Pocket
  • DRYRIDE Fabrication with DWR Coating
  • Microfleece-Lined Handwarmer Pockets
  • Articulated Sleeves
  • Engineered Lining
  • Bomber YKK Zippers
  • Contour Hood
  • Chafe-Free Collar
  • Adjustable Cuff Closures
  • Jacket-to-Pant Interface
  • Pass Pocket/Ticket O-Ring
  • Taped Seams
  • Adjustable Hood

Discontinued Colors

Cushing Down


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Burton Cushing Down Snowboard Jacket
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Austin C: On sale. Warm for those cold days. Stylish. Replacing 8 year old coat, hopefully this one lasts as long. If not, lifetime manufacture warranty. Dec 11, 2013
G A: son described in detail Dec 7, 2013
Joanne J: all extras Nov 26, 2013
Galen S: Killer combination of real down warmth and high water proof rating at a hefty savings. Nov 18, 2013
Matt T: Because it's a sick jacket at an awesome price!! Nov 14, 2013
Aleksander Y: Good choise for cold weather! Oct 11, 2013
shelly M asked: Is this coat warm enough for cold chicago winter days and nights? Mar 13, 2014
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Timothy P: This would keep you warm on winter nights in alaska or possibly even siberia. I live in vermont and have accumulated much gear from burton, north face, patagonia and others over the years. The burton cushing down has without a doubt become my go to coat for snowboarding during the heart of winter, in january when temps are usually single digits or below. Its great for just chilling in it off the hill too. It fits a bit large but i've come to appreciate that. Meanwhile the hood is slightly small in terms of helmet compatibility, but fine for chillin without a helmet. I removed the wrist gaitors, which are cool feature, but it feels more comfy without them. Its a sweet coat, definitely worth it. Mar 13, 2014
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Matt T: My Burton Cushing jacket is my last layer I wear on top and I wear it in -20 celcius degrees aswell as windy and snowy days Mar 13, 2014
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Thwen C: Maybe, depending on your layers. It fends off wind well. Mar 13, 2014
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