Stand out from the crowd with innovative Burton Waffle First Layer Polo! Its high quality fabrics allow your body to breathe better and stretch easily, no matter the weather conditions. Made of ultrawick polyester with Dryride technology makes this item lightweight and ideal for any outdoors activity. Moreover, it comes with a useful anti-microbial finish in the material that prevents bacteria to form, so it also prevents bad odors. Simply put, this Burton Waffle polo is the perfect addition to your summer outfit.
Key Features of the Burton Waffle First Layer Polo:
DRYRIDE Ultrawick Polyester / Spandex Blend with Waffle Arms
This waffle polo w/ dryride tech is great for riding all day, everyday, where it doesn't get too cold where you would need AK stuff or anything too crazy warm. This is super comfortable, fits great, and definitely works like it says, it doesn't smell! Great value overall, I highly recommend these for any day or riding
I really like this thing. Much like the tech flannel, you need this to fit a little large so you have plenty of room while strapping in or grabbing. It is a little long, so you can tuck it into your pants while sagging them some. These things are great. All of the Burton thermals are great. No complaints at all. This is technical gear for riding, and grabbing a drink after. This isn't for wearing to school
I picked this up to throw on top of my first layer just for good looks when I'm walking around the lodge with my jacket open. It is nice and long and an XL fits my 6'7'' frame great. It looks cool and puts some added warmth in while riding. I don't know if I would recommend this as a first layer since it is so loose, but to each his/her own
Great thermal with a different look. I purchased this shirt in redical frat stripe and the color is hella bright. The shirt material feels comfy and also has a little bit of stretch to it. At this price I couldn't resist!
If it isn't cold enough for the expedition, I definitely will grab this for on the mountain and even when I'm done walking around since it is a great polo. This will keep you warm and dry, and definitely an option for just everyday things
Bought this when the 70% was on, so bought it for a bargain price. I'm pretty lanky, 190cm 60kg, so I have long arms and a long torso so this thermal fits me great. Doesn't have a tight feel like most thermals but thats what I like. I love the feel of the material, soo silky like and it stretches pretty good without damaging the material. It doesn't really matter if your jacket lets in a bit of moisture because this baby drys really fast
You can rock this awesome Burton base layer from lift to lounge. The shirt runs on the big, oversized & long side of the spectrum so if you like to wear your gear tight, go down a sized or two. Great wicking properties that will keep you dry & warm
The cuffs don't hug the wrists. There is a thumb hole in the waffle part. The waffle part can be baggy fitting so overall I found that a little weird. The material for the shirt part is very comfortable.
The shirt was bigger/longer than I expected which was a con in terms of style. However, it being longer meant I could tuck it in my pants without having to worry about it coming out/getting wet. Also, the long sleeves with the thumb holes made it easy to stay warm/dry with gloves on. I didn't have to worry about the sleeves coming out of the gloves
After buying the Burton Flannel Shirt (reviewed), I should have learned my lesson. Burton casual wear is HUGE and baggy. Almost to the point where its no longer fashionable and totally not functional. I don't mind a bit of baggyness but when a Small fits like an XL it kinda sucks for the small dudes. But anyway! The fabric is ace, soft and has held up in the wash. Unfortunately didn't shrink for me, but that's a good thing right? Would I call this a thermal? Nope, not much insulation. Would I call it a base layer? yeah, it could work!. Definitely a good casual out about town shirt that has held up well
This item is best to try on at your local store as it is crazy big. What is really strange is that not everything is big on it so if I went down a couple sizes it might be tight in the shoulders and the arms and length would still be long. This thermal has a cool look with the polo but in my opinion you look like your wearing a dress more than a shirt.