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Burton Lavish Bomber Snowboard Jacket - Girls

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  • Insulated
Material: Dryride durashell 2 layer dobby fabric
  • 200g+
  • Thermacore
Fabric Waterproof: 5,000mm
Fabric Breathability: 4,000g
Fit: Regular
  • No
Seams Taped: Critical
Powder Skirt:
  • Yes
Wrist Gasket:
  • No
  • Hooded
  • Fixed removable fur collar
Pockets: 4 exterior 2 interior
Zip In Compatible:
  • No
Jacket-Pant Connections:
  • Yes
Recco Reflector: No
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Casual Use
  • Street Wear
  • Winter Wear
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Lavish Bomber Snowboard Jacket - Girls

The Burton Lavish Bomber Snowboard Jacket is certainly a unique look, but that is not the only way this girl''s jacket will stand out. In fact, the appearance is dwarfed by the impression left with such high quality materials and performance. The center of this is the DRYRIDE Durashell 2-layer dobby fabric build makes sure that no weather is ever an issue, making it perfect for outdoor usage. If that wasn''t enough, 200g Thermacore insulation combines to make the Lavish Bomber one of the warmest jackets available.

Key Features of The Burton Lavish Bomber Girl''s Snowboard Jacket:
  • 5,000mm Waterproof
  • 4,000g Breathability
  • 2-Layer Coated Soft Touch Dobby Fabric [5,000MM, 4,000G]
  • Circle Quilt Detailing
  • Critically Taped Seams
  • DRYRIDE Durashell
  • Fulltime Expandable Contour Hood with Removable Faux Fur Trim
  • Fulltime Waist Gaiter
  • Includes Girl''s Jacket Features Package
  • Thermacore Insulation [240G Throughout]

Discontinued Colors

Lavish Bomber

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Burton Lavish Bomber Snowboard Jacket
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Betty C: cool for girls Oct 18, 2013
Christine H: A very unique jacket at a great sale price! Sep 24, 2013
mike g: girls jacket in a dark color that still looks girly while being rugged/warm and not showing stains.....and it's a Burton!! Jul 27, 2013
Joe M: color, brand, size, price Jul 19, 2013
Shawn T asked: My daughter is 9 years very tall and slim, what size do you think would be best? Also I have a son who is 11 med built and suggestions on size? We are traveling from Hawaii Nov 5, 2013
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Michael D: these burton coats seem to run true to size. My daughter wears a 14/16 in girls for her regular daily clothing, and her coat is an XL, also a 14/16. we have been very happy with the warmth and durability, she is using it for her second season of snowboarding this year. Aloha, my family has a home on Oahu that we travel to regularly, mostly when it is cold here in Idaho!! Nov 30, 2013
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Elaine W: This is a great warm jacket I purchased two years ago for my ten year old daughter, size large 10/12. The size is true to size. It has many features for skiing like arm vents and a pass holder. I recommend this jacket for many reasons and it's the cutest on the slope. Be sure to get a face covering if your not from the cold country. Nov 30, 2013
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Niecie S: My daughter is similarly built. I went with a large jacket and snowpants. They were a little big but not uncomfortably so. This set replaced a medium Burton set that JUST fit her. She is ten this year and she will wear this set again this year. Nov 30, 2013
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Katherine M: My daughter is 8 and is average height and very slender and a medium fits her perfectly. A large might work best for your daughter if she is on the taller side. Nov 30, 2013
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stephanie a: If your daughter is slim but tall like my daughter I would suggest you get the 10/12 so that it fits her in the length. Hope that helps.
Nov 30, 2013
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Shivahn S: I would go with a size L for your daughter, and XL for you son. Dec 3, 2013
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