Even wee shredders need to stay warm.
Dress your little snow monster in the Burton Toddler Boys’ Minishred Striker One-Piece Suit and then drop him off for his first day of snowboarding school. A long front zipper lets him get into and out of the suit without hassle, and the thick, body-mapped Thermacore insulation protects him from winter temperatures while keeping weight and bulk to a minimum.
The Aquapel DWR coating and water-resistant DryRide Durashell membrane repel moisture from his tumbles--they'll happen--and the Cuff Link thumb loops keep his hands warm and prevent snow and drafts from sneaking up his sleeves. Best of all, Burton hooked the Striker up with a Room-To-Grow system, which lets you extend the sleeves and legs so he won't outgrow his favorite suit in too much of a hurry.
- 5K DryRide Durashell 2L membrane
- Aquapel DWR coating
- Thermacore synthetic insulation
- Removable hood
- Cuff Link thumb loops
- Two hand, one cargo, and one chest pocket
- Room-To-Grow system
- Item #BUR00C3
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: 3t
Its absolutely amazing suit! The colour is fantastic. I bought it for our freezing winters in Russia and my don was warm snd super-stylish. For more warm you just add some layers like termo or fleese - when its super cold, but it works great even without these when thd temperature is about -20.
Runs large so my hopes for the next winter.
Very good suit
We bought this for our child who just turned 2. It is the perfect amount of insulation for our Pacific Northwest winters. It keeps him warm, dry, and has held up to everything from snowboarding to sledding to wearing on very cold days in the city when needed.
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 4T
My son is 4 years old in a few weeks. He has been wearing 4T clothes for about 3 or 4 months. This snowsuit fits him comfortably with room to grow. Hopefully it will fit through the winter here in Alaska about 7 months. With the Burton Room to Grow System it should. (you just let out some seams and it lengthens the inner material)
Burton rates its warmth in 4 categories( as per the tag) shell, light, Mid and heavy weights. This suit is rated Mid Weight. It is heavier than I thought it would be for a snowboarding suit. I think with a light layer underneath it would be good down to 20F and with a heavy layer perhaps down to -10F (I am hoping so we can wear it in mid winter too)
It is great quality as far as I can tell. Made in Vietnam. The outer fabric is thick and doesn't seem like it will snag easily. A nice hood. Super cute too! We are satisfied customers. I am waiting to see if a size 5/6 goes on sale for next year.
Beautiful piece but too large for my son
- Fit: Runs large
My son 109cm, about 43inches. This one is too large for him. I think it more fit 6 year old or 7 year old. It is a beautiful piece overall.