Burton Men's Mongrel Snowboard Jacket
Throw down on the jib, then the jam. Two-ply waterproofing with a blown-out fit.2L waterproofing with a blown-out, extended length fit keeps your game proper in the park. Street style helps you blend in while running from security. Factor in lightweight insulation, an easy-breathing diamond quilted lining, and stealth stash pocket on the chest and it's easy to see why Charles Reid runs the Mongrel.
- DRYRIDE Durashell® 2-Layer Coated Fabric [10,000MM, 5,000G]
- Flight Satin Fabrication [Solid and Color Block Colorways]
- Yarn-Dyed Twill Stripe with Faux Leather Sleeves [Heather's Twill Colorway]
- Team Relaxed Fit
- Thermacore® Insulation [40G Throughout]
- Diamond Quilted Taffeta lining
- Fully Taped Seams
- Fulltime Contour® Hood
- Yarn-Dyed Stripe Ribbing Details
- Bottle Opener
- Chest Stash Pocket
- Removable Waist Gaiter with Jacket-to-Pant Interface
- Includes Burton Jacket Features Package
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- January 31 2011
4 pockets. just enough pockets for my cellphone and my hands. with a slit for head phones good to go. couldn't ask for more simplicity. im 5'8" 150lbs i usually fit in a 38R the medium size is a large size. i usually wear my gear baggy but this is a bit bigger than im use to. still no complaints keeps me warm, dry and covered. one thing tho, if your ordering the hydrant color be aware that the color on the thumbnail and around websites is a big darker than what you will actually get. it is a bright red, not maroon colored as shown on the site. im not picky when it comes to colors, but if you are, and want a maroon instead? just be aware. it will be bright red.
- January 22 2011
I had the Restricted Booth Team Jacket from Burton last year, pretty much the predecessor of the Mongrel Jacket. Fit-wise, the Mongrel is an improvement. The restricted booth jacket was too slim fitting around the waist, and Burton fixed it with a looser waist with the mongrel (it even has the waist cinch adjuster running through the actual ribbed waist hem). The mongrel does a fine job of repelling snow and water, but I would prefer the booth jacket's material, just felt more durable like a normal jacket and not so cheap. Oh and the fit is nice and long if that's what you like.