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Burton Men's Hackett Insulated Snowboard Jacket
 



Burton Men's Hackett Insulated Snowboard Jacket
List Price: $199.95
Our Price: $59.87
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Model Year: 2011

Stock Status:Out of Stock
Product Code: 1203052293716


  

  

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The Burton Men's Hackett Insulated Snowboard Jacket is for those who like to do work on the hill.

Looks and feels like a heavy-duty workwear flannel but dig deeper and you'll discover some serious cred like burly waterproof/breathability, high-loft, lightweight 3M™ Thinsulate™ Platinum Insulation and a fresh yet functional quilted satin lining. In the arm pits, X-STATIC® antimicrobial insulation provides stink protection. The Hacket consolidates a flannel, a puff and shell into one stealthy low bulk piece.

Rider-ready, the Team Fit is longer by two inches in the body and one inch in the sleeves than the Sig Fit for those lanky dudes or the guys who like a little extra coverage. It contains all the necessary features—fully taped seams, a waist gaiter, and venting to battle everything from arctic temps to springtime slop.

Features


  • Team Fit
  • Fully Taped Seams
  • Quad Pkg Trail Mapping
  • 3M Thinsulate Insulation
  • Sound/Goggle Pocket
  • X-Static Silver Fiber
  • Flip-Up Collar Shield
  • Fulltime Bonded Heathered Fleece Contour Hood
  • Removable Waist Gaiter w/ Jacket-To-Pant Interface


Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review

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Keeping it Light May 8, 2012
Reviewer: Ol' skool rider from Here and There  
Not a big fan of the snap button cuffs due to snow clogging and snap on/off with gloves can be fairly difficult at times. It also tends to open up on it's own every once in a while.  The non-water resistant hoodie can be also a bummer but nothing a good ol' beannie can fix to get an extra layer on to stay dry. Never wore a helmet but it looks a little tight to go over them, too (for those who is into that thang). Love the media pocket, so I can now rock my old school fatty headphones during shred time. Very well insulated, thin and light to keep a rider agile and less fatigue on gear weight. It's very comfortable and non restricting on arm and body movement. Plus, it reminds me of the good ol' skating days with just an insulated flannel during the winter sessions. Keep it lyte fellas!!!

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