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The Burton Men's Nelson Woven Top can be used as a mid-layer while you ride, but looks good enough to wear to the pub for apres-ride activities. The soft sherpa fleece lining is crazy soft but won't add a lot of bulk, and the button front with dual chest pockets adds plenty of style.
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Nelson Woven - Solid Look & Warmth
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The Nelson Woven Shirt from Burton is for sure more of a Pea Coat than a shirt (as the title might suggest), but for what it offers it's a solid option for someone looking for a very warm, very comfortable street coat. It doesn't appear as such in the image, but the coat is pretty heavily insulated with a thick fleece liner. At 6' 185lbs the large fits perfectly with the Sig Fit (somewhat boxy) from Burton.
Between the sherpa in the body and the insulated arms, you're as warm as can be. I'd give this five stars, but they hood sits a bit awkwardly since you can't tighten it and it has such a big opening. To solve this, I just wear a light hoodie underneath so I don't have to wear the jacket's hood. Also the jacket runs a bit big, so get your normal size to layer under or size down if you want to wear a jacket over it.
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so this jacket has lining all over not...
so this jacket has lining all over not just the hood?
yes this does have lining in the body area and not just the hood.