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Burton TWC Wanderlust Snowboard Jacket - Womens


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Description: Burton TWC Wanderlust Snowboard Jacket - Womens

Whether you're a weekend warrior or a dedicated shredder, the search for the perfect outerwear is over when you pick up the Burton TWC Wanderlust Snowboard Jacket for women. The 2 layer Dryride Durashell construction with critically taped seams keeps moisture at bay with 10,000 mm of waterproof protection while providing 10,000 g of breathability and mesh lined armpits that keep air flowing so you don't overheat. With 40 grams of Thermacore insulation and an attached hood with fur trim, those early morning lift rides and frigid powder days won't leave you frozen and send you running for the lodge.

Key Features of Burton TWC Wanderlust Snowboard Jacket:
  • DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer Printed Plain Weave Fabric [10,000MM, 10,000G] [ Colorway]
  • DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer Fine Twill Fabric [10,000MM, 10,000G] [All Other Colorways]
  • WARMTH: mapped with Thermacore Insulation [40G Throughout] and Embossed Taffeta Lining
  • Mesh-Lined Pit Zips
  • Critically Taped Seams
  • Fulltime Contour Hood with Removable Faux Fur Trim
  • Interior Waist Cinch
  • Removable Zip-Out Waist Gaiter with Jacket-to-Pant Interface
  • Includes Women's The White Collection Jacket Standard Features Package
  • Key Features of All Burton Snowboard Jackets:
  • Fulltime Contour Hood with Dual Cinch
  • Adjustable Cuff Closures
  • Microfleece-Lined Hand warmer Pockets
  • Glove Loops
  • Removable fold over goggle hanky
  • Media Pocket
  • Pit Zip
  • Goggle Pocket
  • Headphone Cable Port
  • Waist Gaiter with Jacket-Pants Interface
  • Pocket Key Clip
  • Pass Pocket

TWC Wanderlust

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Perfect amount of insulation for layers underneath if you like to ride thin and not like the Michelin Man. Looks just like the picture and is the perfect length for staying dry, no cold lower back issues.
August 11, 2017
Greenville, NC, US
Age: 15-24
1 year ago

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I'm trying to decide on fit. I usually wear a small which is fitted pretty "tight". I'm wanting something this season a little looser but not sure if a large will be huge in the shoulders? I'm kinda of stuck in between a med sm right not with normal fit.
liko g on Feb 8, 2016

the best way to determine this is to measure your chest size. Adding a couple of inches to your approximate size will give you a relaxed fit. There is a great sizing chart located next to the sizing tab on this page! Hope this helps!
what is the difference in warmth between the Thermacore insulation and the 3M Insulation? Is the thermacore warmer? Would 40g thermacore be comparable in warmth to 80g 3M insulation?
leslie l on Jan 28, 2015
The 40g of Thermacore insulation will be considered warm at high activity where you are generating more heat. The 80g Thinsulate will be warm at moderate levels of activity. Basically... if you intend to wear the jacket around on winter days the 80g of Thinsulate will be better. In the end, Both are good, but the 80g of Thinsulate will be a bit warmer.