Feel at home in the forest with this Burton Hackett Snowboard Jacket for men. Designed to keep you riding hard on the mountain, this jacket looks like a cozy flannel, but sports a much broader defense to the elements than you may think. Whether you are exploring the back country or cruising the groomers with friends, this jacket has a 2-Layer DRYRIDE Durashell waterproofing to keep you safe even when the moisture starts to fall. The 3M Thinsulate insulation promises warmth so you can stay out all day. The waist gaiter will keep the powder out where it belongs so ride your heart out with the Hackett.
At 6'4" and 230 lbs. I am pretty picky over how a jacket fits. I ordered an XL and this jacket actually fits just a little long on me, which is perfect. This jacket is light yet surprisingly warm, and the hood does a great job of cutting the bite from the wind without feeling your wearing an astronaut helmet. On exceptional brutal days you might have to add some extra layers underneath, but for the most part it is a great jacket for everyday rides. Would buy again and recommend it.
Sizing right is important. It's sized rather large. I'm 5-10, 160 & small fits perfect. The jacket zips up to about mid neck. Suggest base layer neck protection on really cold days. I'm very happy with the jacket... I have 3 different ones
Love this jacket. Stylish and warm. Still need to layer up on a freezing cold day unlike my burton down jacket. Only thing I don't like is the hood makes it look cheap. Thought about cutting it off but it does come in handy when the wind blows. So I just fold it down on inside of jacket for now..
Wasn't quite sure what to expect but this jacket is great both on and off the mountain. I've worn it with a T shirt underneath and it's completely warm down to 20 degrees F. No wind or water gets through.
It's also extremely baggy, so you may need a size down from what you'd typically wear.
The only reason I take off a star is the hood isn't waterproof, and the material of the jacket holds a lot of snow, so if you fall or sit down a lot, you may have a hard time brushing it off or not getting snow in your gloves on the mountain.
Because it looks like a flannel shirt-hoody that I owned and really really liked until my girlfriend decided she liked it more and borrowed it permanently. Also it doesn't like the typical colorful "ski" jacket most people wear. It looks comfortable. Ring me back when I get it and will let you know what I think then.
Best Answer:The burton hackett is a team fit I believe, which means it is extra long in the torso and arms. A large would be pretty baggy on you, so only get it if that's the look you are going for. I would try a medium personally. I am 5'8" 205 lbs and a medium is pretty baggy on me. I initially ordered a large and it was enormous. The house has great service though so if the size is wrong, send it back and they will get you a different size
A large would be perfect. I got an XL and I'm 6'1" and 190 pounds and there's lots of room for layers. Burton seems to run their stuff big but it's all good the coat is nice and warm and very comfortable.
Best Answer:Yes, it has a sown on patch about 1" x 2" on the right side of the jacket near the bottom. I have 3 of these jackets. The two newer ones, made in Vietnam have the patch. The older one made in Bangladesh does not. I partially suspect this is a fake, but was not bought from this store.
Best Answer:The only black is the darkest part you see in the pic, & the inside of the hoodie. There is diagonal stitching over colors & that weaving is black. It's a good jacket, I've been up to Keystone & Breck 4x this year & haven't seen another one up there. It fits big. I'm 5'10" about 160, & a men's small works perfect for me. I ordered a med originally & it was huge.
Hi I want to by this jacket but not sure what size to get? I'm 5'11 and 250lbs. Thanks for the help
A shopper on Nov 20, 2014
Best Answer:i am 6'1 220lbs and went with a xxl because I have wide shoulders and it fits good with a little bagginess which I like. I am happy with size and would suggest that a xxl would probably be fine.
Is this type of jacket that requires multiple layers underneath or is this the type of insulated jacket that only requires a few articles of clothing? I am not looking to have to wear a sweatshirt underneath, just a t-shirt
What do you mean by layers? So far everyone said I'd be fine with a long sleeve shirt on. If you mean YOU WEAR a hoodie or something, that doesn't mean I will need one. I simply mean is it only the thin water proof or is it okay with a t-shirt
I'm 5'11 180. My last jacket I got at XXXX was a large and I wear a large shirt but it was way to baggy and hung past my fingertips which I don't like. I was thinking of getting a medium but it seems this jacket runs pretty big. Would you think a small or M? I wouldn't mind if the jacket went to my fingertips if it was a lot more snug. Thanks!
A shopper on Nov 19, 2014
Best Answer:Sup! Yes, this jacket does run big. I'm 5'10, I weigh 145-150. I usually wear medium sized shirts if I want them relaxed fit or small if I want them true to fit. I took a shot in the dark and ordered this jacket in small and it fit me like a large would! So I ended up getting it in extra small it fits like a medium size. I'd say this jacket runs 2 sizes ahead. It's a really really good jacket tho. For you I'd say a small or a medium, depending on how you like your fit. Good day sir(:
Best Answer:yes I got that for my son and he went skiing in it all winter and only need a light liner if it gets super cold and you put a fleece under that you will be fine and dont forget it has a hood I'm 5'11 and change and 165 and the medium still gave me enough room to add a layer easy its a nice coat
Hi jim, I'm 5'11 180 im think medium but really trying to avoid an ultra baggy jacket, I'd like it snug but just big enough to fit a layer or two underneath. Small even crossed my mind w all the remarks on bagginess. Just trying to get a size opinion. Thanks!
There are tons of CO riders that wear this as an everyday errands and riding jacket. Keep in mind that the collar doesn't zip all the way to the top but rather folds over like a shirt and the hood section feels like a regular hood with a fleece lining.
I purchased this coat last winter. I wore it everyday to work and every weekend snowboarding and never felt too worm or too cold. I live in Buffalo NY and we seen -10 for almost a month straight last year. I highly recommend the coat its very comfortable.
Hi, What is the thermal rating on this jacket? Thanks!
A shopper on Dec 13, 2014
Best Answer:Hey, This jacket features: "Quad Package mapped with 3M™ Thinsulate™ Insulation [40G Throughout], and Diamond Quilted Taffeta Lining. It falls right in the middle of Burton's warmth scale. Basically this Burton Hackett Jacket will be good for all but the most arctic of days.
I have worn mine in singlesingle digita and below comfortably with a Hoodie under it since there is not the two piece, shell/liner, concept with this coat. No liner. Great but need a goodie in extreme cold. 20 and up great