For those of you that like to rock flannel and need a new jacket, check out the Burton Hackett Snowboard Jacket! With the look and feel of a lumberjack's work shirt, Burton has picked up a few key features along their visits to the Midwest. Constructed with DRYRIDE waterproofing technology and 3M Thinsulate insulation, the Hackett can stand up in situations where the traditional flannel simply cannot. A Team Fit adds a couple extra inches to this jacket's body and sleeve length to provide you with complete freedom while tearing up the mountain. So if you are stepping out into nature's playground, grab your hatchet, throw on your Hackett and get ready to attack it.
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Just bought this jacket, pretty good price. Bought it cause its super stylish and looks awesome. As said in other reviews it does run big, but thats the style these days. Im 6'2 and 200lbs and got the XL and its a baggy fit but thats what i wanted. Seems like a solid jacket, not sure if I would wear it on a super stormy day but for where i ride in mammoth this should be perfect. Wish it had more internal pockets though
Burton in my opinion makes some of the best outerwear, and this jacket, in addition to the Hackett jacket are two of my favorites. This is a perfect coat for those 'slightly' colder days, I use mine exclusively for POW days, keeps me warm, dry, and I love the look. Would recommend!
I bought these pants for a gift for my husband In both colors. The if it is fantastic. The pants are extremely well-made. We ended up sending back the true black pants as the details really don't show up very well in the dark . color. We kept the lighter color, but I can't remember what it was called. It looks like a Carhart sort of color-- really nice with the true black Hellbrook jacket. My husaband is 6'3" and wears a 34-36 pant. The size large in the pants fit him perfectly. We leave in two days for a trip to Telluride. I can't comment on the functionality of the pants as yet.
Really nice jacket, but definitely on the large size. Im 6'4, 200 and the large size has sleeves that go mid fingers and coat length around low pelvis. If they hadn't run out i would have bought the medium. Sleeves still work with gloves but approaching terrain i find myself pulling my coat up a bit to make sure my knees don't catch and i eat it.
Love this jacket, very stylish! I am 6'4" and bought an XL has a baggy fit but I like it because it doesn't ride up at all. Has kept the snow out on very powdery days. Only complaint is snow sticks to it like crazy, but can be brushed off, just more incentive not to fall! Plenty of storage for me and very warm and comfortable. Love it!
Best Answer:I bought a medium for my son who is 5'9' and weighs 135 lbs. It's a Christmas present, so I'm not sure how it's going to fit him. It looks like it should be a pretty good fit. I can tell you that it measures 25" from armpit seam to armpit seam and 33" from shoulder seam to hem (back). Hope this helps.
Im 6'1'' and 200lbs what size would be good in this jacket? Large or Medium? also Does it have wrist gaitors for your hands?
A shopper on Nov 23, 2013
Best Answer:Im 6'2" and 190 pounds and I bought a Large. It is slightly baggy on me but I like at little lose; especially when riding. No wrist gaitors at all. Really baggy sleeves. Gloves fit up inside of it nicely. I would be curious how a medium would fit but was afraid to try it. All I can say is tthat I love the jacket. 100% satisfied with it.
I don't remember about wrist gaitors for this as I had to return the jacket. I am 5'10" 170 lbs and the M was pretty big on me which is why I returned it. This jacket runs big because it's a different kind of style from burton so it's supposed to be a little bigger.
You may be OK with a medium its hard to say through. Sorry I couldn't help any better.
I would recommend the large size. I purchased the jacket for my son who is muscular build 5' 10 1/2" and weighs just shy of 200 lbs. The sleeves are a little long but will be fine when wearing ski gloves. The medium might be too snug in the shoulders or might be too short in the sleeves. No, the jacket does not have wrist gaiters. It's a nice jacket!
hi David. i am around same height i think medium would be good size a little baggy. they do run baggy due team fit they are long in the body so depending in your needs and likes might be worth getting small
I am 6' 5" and 170 pounds. I'm a pretty slim guy because of my height. I have pretty long arms. What size should I get because I hate things that are too small on me but I don't like outerwear that is too baggy . Any input would be very helpful. Thanks! ?
A shopper on Feb 15, 2014
Best Answer:I am 6'2'' and 180 pounds; we should be about the same size. I bought a Large and absolutely love it. I prefer a slightly baggy fit and that is what it is for me. The sleeves cover my palms and just leave my fingertips sticking out. The coat has plenty of waist length. I would probably recommend a Medium for you since you don't want a baggy fit but I don't know if there will be enough arm length. My official measured jacket length for me is a 42L. Your arm length is really the only question here in my opinion. I would guess that a Medium would be just fine for you.
Im 5'6 and i purchased the medium. The medium is REALLY baggy on me. The arms are definitely long on me as well. I like baggy but i probably shouldve ordered a small even though im normally a medium. I suggest getting 1 size smaller than youd normally get. This jacket is by far one of my favorites though. The design is great especially for the price. I would also suggest a warm under layer due to the jacket not being overly heavy. Hope any of this helps
Im 6'4 about 205. Personally the large is a big baggy on me. Sleeves hand around mid fingers, coat around low pelvis. But the jacket style IS designed for that look. If you rocked a medium the arm length would probably be alright with the coat length about mid pelvis. If i had to get a second one of these, i would probably go with the medium to be honest...
If you haven't already, take a second to look at the Sizing Chart link that is located above the green Add to Cart button. The sizing chart will help you select the Burton Hackett Jacket in the size you need with your specific measurements.
My son is 6'5", slender (34" waist), arm length 36 inches. What size would you recommend in jacket and pants. Also which color pants would you recommend with this jacket? Thanks
A shopper on Dec 11, 2013
Best Answer:If you haven't already, take a second to look at the SIZING CHART link that is located above the green Add to Cart button. The sizing chart will help you select the Burton Hackett Snowboard Jacket size you need with your specific measurements.
The matching pants really depend on what color of the Hackett you'd be getting; would it be Burlap, Keef, True Black, or Quarry?