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Ready for action from October to April.
Until April hits, a lightly insulated jacket like the Burton Women's Ginger Jacket is your best friend. This waterproof breathable jacket has a light layer (60g) of Thinsulate synthetic insulation to take the edge off chilly days. If it gets too warm, you can always open the mesh-lined underarm vents
to let a little of the heat escape, and the loose Sig fit lets you load up
on layers when the mercury takes a dive.
The Ginger jacket provides enough chilly weather protection for all but the coldest days at the mountain. The waterproof breathable DryRide Durashell membrane and taped critical seams hold off light rain and snow. Light 3M Thinsulate synthetic insulation takes the edge off mid-winter weather without overheating you. The fixed hood is fully adjustable and helmet-compatible. The powder skirt can be removed on hardpack days and includes an interface that allows you to attach the jacket to compatible Burton pants. Zippered, mesh-lined underarm vents allow you to dump heat quickly so you don't burn up while you ride, and a plush collar adds a touch of style and comfort. For the final touch, Burton included a plethora of item-specific pockets to keep your essentials close at hand and keep you organized.
- DryRide Durashell membrane (10K/10K), taped critical seams
- Thinsulate synthetic insulation (60g throughout)
- Sig fit
- Zippered, mesh-lined underarm vents
- Removable powder skirt with jacket interface
- Fixed adjustable hood
- 2 hand pockets, sound pocket, goggle pocket, flash pass pocket, ATM pocket, interior stash pocket
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Great snow jacket!
I love this jacket! Great material and great fit. Keeps you warm during the cold snow days and has under arm vents that work great if it starts warming up.
Will any more XS come in?
Will any more XS come in?
We currently do not have any more of the XS ordered to come in, but we do have the three colors currently available in that size (Redwood, Jade, and the plaid)
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs small
I really like this jacket esp. for a Burton since I have others. I love that there are more pockets. I only have two complaints...
1) the wrists on the sleeves are tight so you can't get the sleeves over the gloves. 2) I think it could be a little longer. I got lots of snow down my pants.
Way cool coat!
Thanks for the quick response and easy exchange when we needed a different size:)
Can you please tell me how long this jacket...
Can you please tell me how long this jacket is? I'm looking for a longer Women's jacket because I'm always getting snow down my pants!
I think it could be longer. I am 5'7 and it comes past my hip but not by much. The sleeves are tight so putting them over your gloves is impossible. Gloves need to go over the sleeve.
to what tempature does it keep you warm...
to what tempature does it keep you warm until?
Hey Rebekah, great question. Temperature is a very subjective thing, and layering makes a huge difference in how much cold someone can take. That being said, this jacket should be good for most days on the mountain, either on its own, or with proper layering. Best of luck!
This jacket will definitely be good for most days on the mountain like Steven has specified. Since it's got 60 grams of synthetic insulation, it should keep you pretty warm (unless you're a person that runs cold), then in that case, you might want to look into a jacket that has 100g throughout the body, and 60g in the arms.