The Burton Freedom Softshell Jacket is stylish and functional. Look your best every day, at work, the gym or on the trails. Made for comfort and warmth, the waterproof and breathable outer shell cuts through the elements while the fleece lining, funnel neck and fleece lined pockets keep you warm. The high collar design blocks wind, rain and snow while the micro fleece chin saver keeps you comfortable. The Freedom Jacket is a perfect match of style and comfort.
Key Features of the Burton Freedom Softshell Jacket:
I've managed to tough out super cold days ice climbing or snowboarding in this jacket, as long as I'm wearing some cold gear underneath - it cuts away the bulk of a traditional snowboarding jacket at the expense of a little warmth. It also works well just for day to day use on colder mornings and rainy days. I've worn mine out and I'm ready for another
Really cute jacket, I got it for my birthday and usually wear it as streetwear, but also very functional for the slopes. I always get compliments when I wear it, great quality (and price!) It is a little wide in the hips, as one review mentions, but not any more so than is depicted in the photos
I bought this jacket with the intention of wearing it off the slopes, but it was the perfect weight for the start of the warm sunny Australian season. With a thermal or t-shirt underneath, it's the perfect lightweight jacket for warm weather riding
I bought this jacket to use as streetwear, but it fits like other bonded fleece jackets from Burton - long and lean. It's great if you want to wear it riding, but doesn't leave room for much underneath so I suggest sizing up. Super cute colors, print, and pockets
I bought this hoody at a resort because I forgot my sweatshirt and didn't want to wear a snow jacket indoors, and boy this is more than your average hoody. I would expect it to be since it is twice the price of a normal hoody. But lets keep in mind the awesome features, the material is slightly water proof, or moisture wicking, whatever people call it these days, and the material isn't average sweatshirt material. That being said this jacket keeps me nice and warm inside and during not so cold days. I wouldn't wear it alone during a 30 degree day on the slopes, but it would hold up fine as an underlayer for super cold days and amazingly cute