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Burton is a company renowned for matching style with comfort and the Burton Restricted Dyer Snowboard Jacket proves that still rings true. With a stylized signature fit, this jacket is made from dependable DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer Coated Fabric and features Thermacore insulation for warmth. In addition, six storage and comfort pockets allow for anything ranging from playing media products to warming the hands. This Burton Restricted Dyer creation is as diverse as they come and will go down as another great option by the company.
I bought th ePost-it blue color of this jacket, it should match with the Fantasy (Purple to blue fade) color oif the Ronin Transition pant/overall. We will see, I may follow-up this review and to see if it goes well with Burton Sabbath boots 2010.
I bought th ePost-it blue color of this jacket, it should match with the Fantasy (Purple to blue fade) color of the Ronin Transition pant/overall. We Will see, I may follow-up this review and to see if it goes well with Burton Sabbath boots 2010.
I really like this jacket, it's warm and comfy. At 30 degrees I ride just with my thermal, a t-shirt and this jacket. It's nice that u can attach the Burton pants with the zipper to keep snow out. The armpit vents don't have a mesh and I got some snow inside one time when I bited the track :)
This restricted dyer jacket fits good to me but the sleeve is kinda long. Velcro need to be adjusted to solve the problem haha. I ordered the true black color, which is a lint magnet, so I need use my lint remover. Overall, inside and outside design is grade A. I recommend this to you but choose different color. Thank you for the price.
The fit did seem large at first, but once I velcro the cuffs and cinch the waist it is perfect. The gater zips to burton pants, and did a great job keeping the snow out for all the time I spent wiping out. The hood does not fit over my helmet, but it is warm and covers well when not wearing a helmet. Also this model comes with patches sewn on that kind of give it a punk military style. It is thick, warm, and a bit puffy. I wore thermals and a t-shirt underneath when the temperature was mid-30s, and I was very toasty while boarding. Arm pit vents do not have a mesh cover underneath. It is just wide open. This could be a con if you wipe out with them open and fill up with snow. It could be a pro because you can cool down really fast.
Very warm Jacket, wore this jacket with only one layer underneath (Old thermal top). Bought Trench Green goes well with my black burton cargo pants. Zips in the arm pits make it great for when indoors so you cool down. Pockets everywhere to hold all your stuff. The zip at back joins up your burton jacket to burton pants.
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