They don't fit me. I ordered a pair online in a small (because that is the size I usually wear). The waist is way too big and they are too long. Other than that I love thes…
- Lauren, 12/06/13
Burton pants hands down are the best snowboarding pants out there. The are the best at keeping me warm and dry. also if you have a burton coat they zip and snap right in. Th…
- Jermey, 07/31/13
I have this coat just in a different color. I used to have an oniel and then some cheap brand of jacket. This one was a great upgrade. It keeps me warm but not too warm to…
- Jermey, 07/31/13
I got the true black color and it is cool. It is not too baggy and feels like it will be warm. There is enough room to layer on cold days. It is water proof and not thick. The…
- Ethan, 10/06/13
Dying to try it out this winter!
Cons: Feels long if u have a short torso. Would be nice if hood could zip off. Keef coloring is more green than blue. The difference is small…
- Andrew, 10/05/12
I bought the black jacket in size 5, and I usually wear a size small. It fits perfectly and it is very warm. When it arrived, temps dropped into the teens and this coat kept…
- Myra, 12/13/10
I purchased this jacket in Black and i love it!!! It does run a bit large but if you have layers you may need the added room. Arms are longer than most jackets i have purchase…
- Tanika, 04/06/12
I'm 100% happy with my purchase and moosejaw has kept me fully updated from when I first ordered till my package got to my door. This jacket is amazing tons of storage without…
- Dennis, 12/03/12
Mullica Hill NJ
I bought this coat for my boyfriend and he loves it! He's 6'1 and about 160lbs and I got him a Medium. It fits great! Not too baggy and not too long. Keeps him warm on the slo…
- Kayla, 10/04/13
Got this for my boyfriend and he loves it! Got it in the blues and the colors are awesome! The only downfall was that it was a little big(got a medium) but makes it easy to…
- Nicole, 12/09/13
This jacket has it all. It's warm and has very useful pockets, plus it looks sick. It's perfect for riding the terrain park on a decently warm day. The one down fall I will ad…
- Zack, 09/30/12
Fort Collins CO
You already rock Burton products on the slopes, and you'd also look a whole lot cooler if you rocked Burton gear on the streets. But, that's just my personal opinion, I cannot guarantee it, guaranteed. Either way, if you haven't checked out some of the best clothes to ever be sewn, you should. Burton baby, Burton.
I say Burton and you say snowboard, how about I say Burton and you say clothes, Yes, clothes. you need some new clothes, check out things like Burton hoodies, Burton sweaters, Burton shirts, Burton pants, Burton long underwear and most importantly, Burton socks. I'm thinking you should check this stuff out. Whatever you need, there's some Burton for everyone.
Burton hoodies: like regular hoodies with Burton labels right? Wrong. More like hoodies made with warm fabrics, mixes of cotton polyester and fleece. Hoodies made with hidden pockets for music players. Hoodies made with all kinds of pockets, hidden and visible. Warm, awesome, stylish Burton Hoodies. So awesome, there are also hoodies without hoods, otherwise affectionately known as sweaters.
Burton Sweaters are so warm, when the heat at Moosejaw decided to take a day off, we rummaged the warehouse and grabbed some Burton sweaters. Needless to say no one was cold. So lucky. Burton sweaters for Men and Women, Boys and Girls, maybe I should call them to make some for Cats and Dogs.
Burton shirts need little to no introduction, with styles like v-necks and crew necks, tanks, short and long sleeve, the awesomeness is proven by the Burton logo on the tag. Burton shirts are great fitting, awesome feeling, and even better looking. Burton Shirts feature either crazy designs or a simple logo, whatever your taste, you're bound to be the envy of your friends. Who knows you might even look good enough to attract the stare of a special someone.
Burton makes pants also, like jeans, khakis, shorts, capris, leggings, things of that sort. Do I need to explain more. They're pants, made by Burton, so they're Burton Pants, and they're at Moosejaw, waiting for you.
So you're probably going to need some good base layers before you head out, for those warm layering pieces, look no further then Burton long underwear. Many Burton long underwear pieces feature DRYRIDE Ultrawick fabric instead of cotton. You see cotton soaks up your sweat and then freezes solid, DRYRIDE fabrics push the sweat away from your body keeping you dry and warm. Pair Burton long underwear pieces with Burton Socks and you'll be warm, dry, toasty and happy all day long.