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The Burton Women’s Method Snowboard Jacket packs warmth around your core without inhibiting your ability to rip. Thermacore insulation in the body traps heat while lighter insulation in the sleeves lets you grab a tip or tail without feeling like your arms are wrapped in cotton candy.

  • Taped critical seams stop water from sneaking in at the most vulnerable stitching
  • Powder skirt blocks snow at the waist and connects to Burton pants for a smooth barrier
  • Mesh-lined underarm vents let fresh air in and move swampy air out
  • Water-resistant fabric keeps you dry when the flakes fly

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5 5

sig fit for life

Just got this jacket in the mail, and at first I was surprised at how thin it was, but Thinsulate is the real deal. Haven't had a chance to bring it up to the mountains yet, but wore it out this morning in single digit weather and was really impressed with the warmth it provided. I got this jacket in Academy blue, color is true to the picture. I'm about 5'7", 140, the medium fits perfect.

4 5

Rest less, Rip More

Where to begin with a print like "flowers on crack" straight from the run way to the liftline. This jacket has been great for me it has a really flattering fit, waterproof and warmth to weather any storm. So many colors and prints to choose from the hardest thing is picking the color right for you. I also love that this jacket comes in an XXS. I have had a hard time finding a petite jacket that dose not look like it was made for a 10 year old.

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Wooden Robots, what's you weight/height?