Burton wrote the book on various fits for outerwear. If denim has options like boot cut, skinny, ultra skinny, cigarette, straight leg, high waist, hip hugger and loose fit, why can’t our snowboarding outfits? Well, it doesn’t have to be as complex as choosing toothpaste. Burton broke their women’s fits down into four categories…
Boarding School – Outerwear Fit
Narrator – All fits in Burton outerwear are tailored specifically for the movements of riding. The fit options are based on personal choice and style.
Kimmy – Don’t you think it’s a little cliche to have a girl for this skit?
Narrator – What do you mean?
Kimmy – Guys are just as concerned with how their jacket and pants fit as girls are. I mean, look at this diagram. See, men actually have more fit options than women.
Narrator – That’s true.
Kimmy – And don’t even get me started on the Boyfriend Fit. What the?
Narrator – All Burton fits are designed for riding. And fit options are based on personal preference.
Kimmy – You already said that. Anyways, I guess I’m over reacting. The Boyfriend Fit is actually kind of nice.
Narrator – The Boyfriend Fit, like all fits by Burton, is pretty nice.
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