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Burton Tusk Snowboard Jacket

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Specs

Type: Insulated
Material: 70% Cotton / 30% Polyamide Fabric with DRYRIDE Mist-Defy
Insulation: 80g, Flannel Lining
Removable Liner: No
Fit: Long
Weight: na
Venting: No
Seams: Critically Taped
Hood: Hooded
Pockets: 6 external 2 internal
Length: Long Cut
Recommended Use: Casual, Every Day, Streetwear, Snowboarding, 3 Season Streetwear, Casual Winter Wear
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Tusk Snowboard Jacket

The Burton Tusk Jacket will protect you from all the cool and uncool things in the world. The 70 percent cotton and 30 percent Polyamide Fabric with DRYRIDE and Thermacore Insulation will keep you safe from all things cool and wet out in the world. The Flannel Lining and utility look will keep you looking good and away from all the things uncool in the world. Look your best with the Burton Tusk Jacket.

Key Features of the Burton Tusk Jacket:
  • 70% Cotton / 30% Polyamide Fabric with DRYRIDE Mist-Defy
  • Thermacore Insulation [80G Body / 60G Sleeves]
  • Street Fit
  • Flannel Lining
  • Snap Closure Handwarmer Pockets
  • Interior Sound Pocket
  • Raglan Sleeves
  • Snap and Zipper Center Front Closure

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Our 26 year old son poured over many, many jackets and decided on this one. Said it's the best he has seen yet.
Diane G on Dec 7, 2013
Seems convenient
MARCO S on Oct 29, 2013
This coat is ballin'
Sonia N on Nov 28, 2013
Is this a good coat for really cold temperature ? I live in Quebec and the average temperature is I'd say 0-10F during winter.
Michaël T on Nov 12, 2014
Best Answer: The Burton Tusk Snowboard Jacket is great if layered with properly. Check out the link to see the warmest jackets we have...down jackets: http://www.the-house.com/mens-down-snowboard-jackets.html
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Nov 19, 2014
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I just ordered an XL, I like a little baggier fit. Im 6'1", with the longer fit is this going to be too big?
Thomas P on Sep 6, 2014
Best Answer: I'm 6' 210 (more of a built frame, than fat) and it fits snug (tight around the mid section/waist), but definitely longer how you sound like you want it
Reply · Report · Michael S on Sep 9, 2014
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What are short/tall/normal inseam (size chart) ? English is not my native language. Which one is the height, and which one is the lenght of the sleeve ? Thanks.
Michaël T on Nov 12, 2014
Best Answer: Michael,
I am sorry to confuse you! Burton offers the same pants in 3 versions: the normal version, a version for shorter people, and a version for tall people. When you are looking at the sizes use the chart that says: "Inseam," and ignore the others.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Nov 14, 2014
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Hi, I am 6'1 tall, which size i should buy M or L? Thank you in advance
A shopper on May 5, 2014
Best Answer: That generally depends on your body size and personal preference.

That being said I am also 6'1" (by some strange coincidence) and I would order this in a large, just to make sure the sleeves don't come up short and that it fits comfortably. Being of the same height (but granted probably different body types) I think you will be happier with a large.

However, if you do order a large and it turns out that you don't like the fit, I suggest you check out our Returns and Exchanges Policy (located here: http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/returns-exchanges-backorders/) just in case.

Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · T. PearceStaff on May 13, 2014
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