Burton Men's Access Snowboard Jacket
Tailored 2L weatherproofing styled for the mountain or the street. The slim fitting Access Jacket bridges the gap between snow and street. Lightweight Thermacore insulation and a swank yet functional lining keep you warm without added layers. Choose between a Bedford cord fabric or faux leather, both with the rugged waterproof/breathability of a 2L fabrication.
- DRYRIDE Durashell® 2-Layer Coated Bedford Cord Fabric [10,000MM, 5,000G]
- Also Available in Faux Leather
- Slim Fit
- Thermacore Insulation [40G Throughout]
- Embossed Taffeta Lining
- Fully Taped Seams
- Fulltime Contour® Hood
- Metal Zippered Chest and Handwarmer Pockets
- Elastic Hem Ribbing
- Removable Waist Gaiter with Jacket-to-Pant Interface
- Includes Burton Jacket Features Package
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- November 8 2011
I'm 5'8" and 175, the medium is about perfect on me. Definitely waterproof, very cool style, I purchased the 'pleather' version for the upcoming snowboard season. The styling is such that I'm able to wear it around town as well. The coat is warm and dry, construction seems pretty very solid, the feature set is good but not what I'd consider super technical. For example, the hood is adjustable but not helmet compatible. Speaking of the hood, when the hood is cinched down the collar folds in such a way that snow/rain may have a chance to pool in the collar/neck area. The inside ipod/phone pocket with headphone port is pretty cool, sort of "Scottevest light". I'm a fan. It's hard for me to tell how 'warm' this will be, but I'm pretty sure this isn't one of those jackets where you'd be fine with just a base layer. I'm not sure what I'll do for a mid layer, I'll have to experiment with that, but my impression is that a sweater or shell would be perfect, while it seems like a down layer would be overkill unless it's pretty arctic. On the downside, the pleather material is pretty noisy. It's was worse right out of the package, so maybe eventually the squeakiness will go away entirely.