|Material:||DWR-Coated Shell Fabric|
|Pockets:||3 Exterior 2 Interior|
|Zip In Compatible:||
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Burton Idiom Continuum 2.5L Snowboard Jacket
The Burton Idiom Continuum 2.5L Snowboard Jacket is a great choice for your winter activities, including participating in winter sports or just casual, winter, street wear. The jacket offers some of the best features such as a plethora of pockets, lightweight insulation for optimal performance, and seams designed for movement. The jacket also comes with water-resistant zippers and laminated fabric to keep you protected from the winter elements. With a 1-year manufacture warranty, the Burton Idiom Continuum 2.5L Jacket is the ideal jacket to wear this winter.
- 10,000mm Waterproof
- 10,000g Breathability
- 2.5-Layer Laminated Fabric
- iDiom Sig Fit
- Pit Zips
- Riri AQUAzip Water-Resistant Zippers
- iDiom Stuff Sack Included
- Includes iDiom Jacket Features Package
Idiom Continuum 2.5L
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"Not half bad"
This jacket is really nice. It's built similar to a shell, except they filled it with down so it keeps you nice and warm. Pit zips get you all wet when you fall down because they just open like the front of jacket. But I like this jacket for the cold days and that is why I would reccommend it for riders who don't like to feel like a monkey is strapped to their back while riding.
"Not half bad"
This jacket is really nice. Its built similar to a shell, except they filled it with down so it keeps you nice and warm. Pit zips get you all wet when you fall down because they just open like the front of jacket. But I like this jacket for the cold days and that is why I would reccommend it for riders who don't like to feel like a monkey is strapped to their back while riding.
"Not half bad"
This jacket is really nice. Its built similar to a shell, except they filled it with down so it keeps you nice and warm. Pit zips get you all wet when you fall down because they just open like the front of jacket. But I like this jacket for the cold days and that is why I would reccommend it for riders who dont like to feel like a monkey is strapped to their back while riding.
"Not a bad shell"
This is a great shell but, it is only worth it at 70% off. The fit of it though is prefect for me. There is enough room to layer with it, which is needed since there is no warmth to it.
Tried this jacket out when it first came out, felt great and anything with Idiom is awesome! At the time the only thing holding me back was the price. But now that its on sale, I might just get one!
"Steeze, yes please."
This is a great shell. The green is super vibrant and I like it. Buy it on sale, nothing is worth what Burton tries to get for these retail.
"a flimsy jacket"
I like Burton jacket. I had a lot of sale were purchased. But a little disappointing. Because the jacket is too flimsy and loose. I have wanted warm jacket. This did not satisfy me.
Got the idiom a while back and am still using it. It is very warm and tough jacket. I usually just wear a long sleeve under it and I'll be fine for the whole day. There are lots of pockets on it so it can hold my cell phone, ipod, wallet and other items. Great jacket with no regrets on it except the price.
"Decent shell, slightly large tho."
I'm usually between a Small and Medium, and I bought this jacket hoping that it would fit like a sig fit jacket should fit (so went for Medium), but ultimately I find it way too big. Apart from that, it's a good lightweight shell jacket and perfect for wearing layers under - it's not going to offer a lot of warmth on it's own. I didn't realize from the photos, but there are glossy, grippy stripes on the shoulders. They don't detract from the look, but they were definitely a surprise when unpacking the jacket.
Compared to the Sig line, the Idiom line just doesn't measure up. While the design is more creative, the functionality is not there. First of all, the fit of 09 Idiom jacket is too short. It is not the Sig fit that Burton did wit the rest of the 09 line, which is longer fit and longer sleeves. The second draw back is that the tech is just not there. For a jacket that cost this much you should expect gore-tex.
Good basic jacket, although the retail price is obnoxious. I mean, yes its coming from a Japanese style, but its $$. Anyways, its a good jacket overall, a bit short in length. Definately need to layer with this one, and I wish there were wrist gaiters on this.
I currently own a Cloudveil goretex RPK jacket that's bulletproof but saw this and thought it would be a bargain buy. I was a little underwhelmed by this jacket when I unpacked it from the box. Its a bit thin and there aren't many features to this jacket @ a $500 retail price. You can actually get a 2/3 ply goretex jacket that's got way more features from competitors but at 70% off its not a terrible deal. The fit is a bit interesting, I'm a built 6'1 @ 200lbs and got the XL according to the sizing that was spec'ed out in the description and their test model. The length is fine and you can definitely layer underneath it. However, I'm surprised on how baggy this is around my torso and my arms given my build. One thing I'm a little disappointed is that there is no pow skirt or a sinch around the torso area to tighten it up (just at the bottom of the jacket). The hood is attached and cannot be removed. Overall, I still haven't used this on the slopes and this is my initial impression. I have my doubts as compared to my Cloudveil, will see how it performs. I would say if you're in dire need of a jacket, this will suffice ONLY at 70% off.
"good spring/summer jacket"
I bought this coat at my local reps sample sale. It is great for spring and summer camp riding and I wear it around town as well. Be aware it does not have a waist gaiter. Also the zippers are very fragile, I blew out the teeth on one just from normal use, had to sew it shut.