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You may not have the snowboarding talent of experts like Kelly Clark and Maddy Schaffrick - yet - but you can have the same protection from the elements, thanks to the Burton Document Snowboard Jacket. Trusted by pros who know, this fantastic jacket offers the warmth you need, and the dryness you want, thanks to its Thermacore insulation and DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer Coated Herringbone fabric. For increased comfort, the Burton Document offers taped seams where they're most necessary, and a fleece lined chinstrap on the high collar to seal out the wind and snow.
I wear a medium but bought a large because I thought the jacket comes in a slim fit. It's actually Burton's SIG fit, which is already made to fit layers underneath and is a little longer than their other fits. There are pockets everywhere. Four on the exterior that either zipper or button close and several secret pockets inside. One of the outers has a velcro-close card sleeve that I use for an ID and a credit card. The skirt on this jacket does a great job keeping snow off you and but it sat at the widest point on my hips and would slide up with the wrong motions.
I went up with this on a non-stop snowy day with minimal wind. With just UA's Coldgear underneath, I was warm and dry and never too hot. I did wear my Smith Helmet and the hood barely fit over the top of it. With both hood up and helmet on any ROM in your neck and head is compromised. Without the helmet and in the wind the hood is good wind protection and doesn't fly off when zipped all the way up. Oh, and it looks good! Great jacket overall.
Just like my other BURTON jacket, this jacket kept me warm, dry and comfortable. However, this particular jacket the fit is slightly smaller than BURTON TWC. For Burton TWC, I can fit into XS/S. But for this jacket, the XS is actually slightly smaller.
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