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Burton Fort Parka Snowboard Jacket

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$556.95
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Specs

Type:
  • Parka
  • Insulated
Material: Polyester
Insulation:
  • Lining
  • Heavy pile fleece
Fabric Waterproof: 10,000mm
Fabric Breathability: 10,000g
Fit: Long
Venting:
  • Yes
  • Pits zips
Seams Taped: Fully
Powder Skirt:
  • No
Wrist Gasket:
  • No
Hood:
  • Hooded
  • Fixed
Pockets: 3 external 2 internal
Zip In Compatible:
  • No
Jacket-Pant Connections:
  • No
Recco Reflector: No
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Casual Use
  • Street Wear
  • Winter Wear
  • Cold Weather
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Fort Parka Snowboard Jacket

Get head turning style and all day comfort in the Burton Fort Parka snowboard jacket. The faux fur lining and collar are extra soft, and the removable faux fur hood trim prevents misunderstandings with PETA. Fully taped seams add another layer of protection and ensure lasting durability. The magnetic StormFlap keeps the weather out, and mesh lined pit zips increase airflow when conditions heat up. Get plenty of attention while staying warm and dry with the Burton Fort Parka jacket.

Key Features of The Burton Andy Warhol Fort Parka Snowboard Jacket:
  • Drop Tail Styling
  • Faux Fur Lingin and Collar
  • Fulltime Hood with Removable Faux Fur Trim
  • Fully Taped Seams
  • Includes Burton Jacket Features Package
  • Mesh Lined Pit Zips
  • LifeTime Warranty
  • Magnetic StormFlap
  • Limited Edition
  • Discontinued Colors

    Fort Parka


    Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

    • "Expensive"

      , Dartmouth, MA
      Pros: Really Warm, Waterproof, Cons: alot of money,

      This is a great jacket that keeps you very warm and very dry. My uncle has this and he loves this jacket so much. Great buy but the only problem is that it is very expensive.

    • "Expensive"

      , Dartmouth, MA
      Pros: Really Warm, Waterproof, Cons: alot of money,

      This is a great jacket that keeps you very warm and very dry. My uncle has this and he loves this jacket so much. Great buy but the only problem is that it is very expesive.

    • "Expensive"

      , Dartmouth, MA
      Pros: Really Warm, Waterproof, Cons: alot of money,

      This is a great jacket that keeps you very warm and very dry. My uncle has this and he loves this jacket so much. Great buy but the only problem is it is very expesive.

    • "Insanely Warm"

      , Seattle, WA
      Pros: comfy, WARM, long Cons:

      I bought this jacket for my girlfriend, she couldn't take it off. When we would take walks at night in the snow, she would wear it and be fine. It is very warm and insulated with duck down, but doesn't sacrifice waterproofing. It's a great overall jacket!


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    The-House.com Store
    Expensive book looks warm and good quality, will see.
    Joseph H on Dec 6, 2013
    very good coat!! the description was good, and now that I have, I know how effective it is
    Roy R on Oct 21, 2013
    Hi All, I got this jacket in white about an year ago, and it is a great jacket real warm and looks great!! I would like to know how do you wash/dry clean the jacket? What would you recommend and also if I wash it should I use liquid or powder detergent, and should I hand wash it or machine wash it and at what temperature? Thanks!!
    Zdravko on Jan 26, 2014
    Best Answer: I have this "jacket" in black. It's a really great, well made, heavy duty, and stylish coat. I haven't needed to wash it yet but the instructions with mine say: "Gentle hand wash cold, NO NOT bleach, Drip dry only, DO NOT iron, DO NOT dry clean." Personally, I'd hand wash in cold water with regular strength detergent (powder or liquid) for 5-10 min., rinse well, washer-spin to remove most of the water, shake gently and if possible carefully flatten any of the down/feather that has formed clumps (that's why you need to hand wash "gently") then lay flat (not hang) on a warm surface (radiator or rack) to dry. I think the tumbling action of a gas/electric dryer (or washing machine for that matter) will cause the down stuffing to clump together making the inside of the coat a bit lumpy and thereby lessen its insulation value. Regards.
    Reply · Report · Gerald K on Jan 26, 2014
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