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You don't have to be the greatest park and pipe snowboarder on Earth to wear the Burton White Collection TWC Prizefighter Insulated Jacket. You WOULD wear it if you were (we have footage), but even if you aren't, the Prizefighter is readily available with a 10K waterproof shell, midweight synthetic insulation, and strategic venting so you can keep the temperature right where you want it all day, even if the weather is throwing fits.

  • 10K waterproof breathable DryRide 2-layer Ultrashell keeps you dry and comfortable
  • Body-mapped synthetic insulation puts synthetic insulation where you need it most without weighing you down
  • Fully taped seams eliminate waterproof weak spots
  • Tons of pocket space so you can carry everything you need for a full day of riding
  • Magic Stitch waist gaiter with jacket-to-pant interface for big powder days
  • Dedicated media pocket protects your MP3 player
  • Fulltime hood for added protection
  • Mesh-lined strategic underarm zip vents allow you to dump heat quickly with bulging out
  • Signature Fit makes layering easy
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Super Warm and Dry Jacket

    This jacket is probably the lightest yet warmest jacket I have owned to date. Also helped keep me dry, even riding in light rain and fog. Simple, practical and smart.

    I purchased Medium and I am 5'7" about 150 lbs, normal build - it fits me perfectly.

    Street to Snow

      Only those with the Burton White Collection Prizefighter Jacket's 10,000MM of waterproofing and 60G of insulation are advised to stay outside. Those without street-to-snow utility of the TWC Sig Fit, venting Pit Zips?, and a magically removable waist gaiter should just give up, sell their snowboard, and start knitting.

      Street to Snow

        Only those with the Burton White Collection Prizefighter Jacket's 10,000MM of waterproofing and 60G of insulation are advised to stay outside. Those without street-to-snow utility of the TWC Sig Fit, venting Pit Zips™, and a magically removable waist gaiter should just give up, sell their snowboard, and start knitting.