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Don't leave your style behind when you leave the house on a rainy day; throw on the Burton Women's Sadie Jacket for a sophisticated look that's ready for anything. Boasting a classic retro design and reliable DryRide Durashell protection from the elements, the Sadie ensures that you arrive at your destination dry and in style.

  • DryRide Durashell 2-layer shell seals out spring showers and summer storms
  • Taped critical seams keep water from seeping in through the joints and a double Stormflap placket protects the zipper
  • Mesh lining in upper body adds comfortable breathability, while taffeta everywhere else slides easily over your clothes
  • Fulltime contour hood can be cinched in back so you can see where you're going
  • Internal waist cinch lets you give the jacket a little shape
  • Zip chest pockets, snap handwarmer pockets, and a zip internal stash pocket hold your stuff
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Sadie Jacket

    I am pretty excited to wear this jacket. First impression was the jacket ran a little big so i had to exchange for a smaller size. But once i got that the fit was great! still able to layer if needed. Love the longer lengths and the style of this jacket.

    Fashion and Function

      DRYRIDE Durashell™ waterproof/breathable fabric, which seals out spring downpours, keeps the inside completely comfortable, and looks good in any situation. Tech features such as water-repelling critically taped seams, a breathable mesh upper lining and handwarmer pockets provide that extra measure of all day comfort.

      Fashion and Function

        DRYRIDE Durashell? waterproof/breathable fabric, which seals out spring downpours, keeps the inside completely comfortable, and looks good in any situation. Tech features such as water-repelling critically taped seams, a breathable mesh upper lining and handwarmer pockets provide that extra measure of all day comfort.

        Is this warm enough to wear as a snowboarding jacket?