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One of the best winter coats on the market this season is the Burton Esquire Snowboard Jacket. This is a coat that is well suited for casual events or long days on the slopes. The coat offers superior warmth and protection from the cold with its 60g thermacore insulation. The Esquire Jacket also comes with long articulated sleeves and a removable waist gaiter that can be attached to the pants for additional warmth and heat retention on those really cold days. For cooling and ventilation the jacket uses pit zips to make sure that you never overheat.
Great jacket for the price. It's thin so you can layer on the inside. It kept me warm in 30 degree weather without sun and my only layer underneath was a tank top with a t shirt. The sleeves reach to my palm and I have a 6'1 wingspan.
Great jacket for the price, feels like it would do very well in pretty cold temps.
Great jacket for the price. It's thin so you can layer on the inside. It kept me warm in 30 degree weather without sun and my only layer underneath was a tank top with a t-shirt. The sleeves reach to my palm and I have a 6'1 wingspan.
Great jacket for the price, feels like it would do very well in pretty cold temps
This jacket is awesome. Love the pinstripes! If you wonder what size to get just go try on another Burton Signature Fit jacket at your local store. That's what I did and I don't regret it. The jacket is warm, could be a little warmer. Its got an MP3 pocket with headphone hole inside the zipper. Key ring attachment in front pocket, and many other Burton jacket features. This jacket is well worth the price I paid. Snow skirt and the hood doesn't detach. The large buttons on the front face are actually just snapping buttons so no need to loop in and out, which is a great feature!
This is another sweet offering from Burton. Pair it with some Burton pants and the integrated zipper powder skirt and you are good to go. I got mine in Green and its eye catching. Rode in 25 degree weather with a wind chill of -5 degrees and was surprised by how warm the jacket is. The fit however is very baggy. I got a size small and it fits like a large. Overall very happy with my purchase.
This is seriously the best jacket I've ever worn. I've gone through Columbia interchange jacket and Burton Traction jacket but this one is by far the warmest and wind resistant. The arms are slightly longer than usual which allows you to tuck them under your gloves. Compared to the Burton Traction jacket, I noticed that it kept the wind out much better, and also kept me warmer. The jacket has a very noticeable feel of cushioning around the chest and arms area but still feels very low profile. Also, the jacket styling is amazing, I've receive many comments on it.
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