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Burton Softshell Jacket


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Description: Burton Softshell Jacket

A solid combination of style and comfort, the Burton Softshell hoodie looks good without sacrificing warmth on the snow. Made with a fleece interior, you will stay warm regardless of the elements. The hoodie also includes a loose fit so it can be worn in more mild weather as well. There are also pockets that can keep hands of any size warm. Available in a variety of sizes, this hoodie is great for the outdoor man, regardless of his height or weight.

Key Features of The Burton Softshell Hoodie:
  • 10,000mm Waterproof
  • Jacket to Pant Interface
  • Fleece Lining
  • DRYRIDE Stretch Softshell Fabric [10,000MM Waterproofing]
  • Fulltime Hood
  • Kangaroo Pocket and Zippered Handwarmer Pockets
  • Pit Zips
  • Zippered Chest Pocket
  • Team Fit

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Past Season Product

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Burton Softshell
Cozy jacket. I purchased this last season on super sale from the local shop. Turned out to be a nice coat. It's got great style and fit. Usually wore it as a base layer which had just the right amount of protection to strip down to when hiking and touring. Also works good as a top layer when warmer like the product description says. Only thing missing, which is kind of key when wearing it as a top layer, is the powder skirt. Only other complaint is it's not made in the USA...bangladesh, but good luck finding any gear that's not made over seas! Nice jacket but I wouldn't recommend it unless it's on sale
November 29, 2010
"Good, don't pay full price."
So this jacket is very comfortable and reasonably . I THINK this thing has a waterproof laminate... which is a plus and a minus. Good, because it makes it more waterproof. A minus, because it takes away a bit of stretch, flexibility, and the general feel you get from soft shells. It also adds quite a bit of bulk and weight; I wasn't planning on going backpacking with it or anything, but I was always surprised at how much space it took up when I traveled with it. It's a good compromise if you plan on using it as an everyday jacket and live somewhere with relatively dry snow and not much rain. Personally, I found it to be kind of a tweener. Not quite waterproof enough for everyday wear, not breathable enough to be a midlayer piece. I would not pay full price for it
September 24, 2011

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