|Material:||DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer Laminated Fabric|
|Pockets:||6 exterior 2 interior|
|Zip In Compatible:||
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Burton Ronin Trigger Snowboard Jacket True Red Stryper
If you're looking for a jacket that will keep you warm while also making you look stylish, look no further than the Burton Ronin Trigger Snowboard Jacket. This jacket is designed with the user in mind with several different features including thermacore insulation which keeps the user from any elements mother nature chooses to throw at them. So if you're looking for a stylish and highly functional jacket that won't let you down, the Burton Ronin Trigger Snowboard Jacket may be what you're looking for.
- 10,000mm Waterproof
- 5,000g Breathability
- DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer Laminated Fabric [10,000MM, 5,000G]
- Team Relaxed Fit
- Thermacore Insulation [60G Throughout]
- Fully Taped Seams
- Dual Chest Pockets
- Link ZIP Jacket-to-Pant Interface
- Includes Ronin Jacket Features Package
- NEW DRYRIDE Fabrication
- DWR Coated Fabric
- Pit Zips
- Zippered, Microfleece-Lined Handwarmer Pockets
- Stretch Waist Gaiter with Link ZIP Jacket-to-Pant Interface
- Articulated Sleeves
- Pocket Access Hem Cinch
- Hood Cinch
- Adjustable Cuff Closures
- Sound Pocket with Headphone Cable Port
- Goggle Pocket
- Pass Pocket
Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!
No matter how cold it gets, all i wear underneath is t-shirt. Not heavy but not lightweight. The picture made the jacket seem like it was a tan fabric but in reality its a green/tan.
"Good jacket for decent price"
Very good Jacket for the price. Thing I probably love most is how the areas with the plaid pattern collect/cake snow. However this may be a con in some respects cause it's pretty embarrassing walking into a restaurant for lunch and having chunks of snow still falling off you. You'll notice the plaid pattern is also on the edge of the sleeves, which is really not a good place to collect snow as some of it does start to creep into your gloves. One small gripe with the jacket is the hood which is very thin. Because it is detachable, there are big gaps in where it connects to the jacket (it uses buttons, rather than a zipper - why would they do this?) and as such snow does creep in.