Burton AK Turbine Pullover Fleece Jacket - Women's

Burton AK Turbine Pullover Fleece Jacket - Women's
Burton AK Turbine Pullover Fleece Jacket - Women's
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AK Turbine Pullover Fleece Jacket - Women's by Burton
You could have the most expensive hardshell in the world but it won't do you any good without a proper midlayer. Burton's Women's AK Turbine Pullover Fleece Jacket is the perfect piece to layer under your snowboard jacket, yet stylish enough to wear to the bar for apres beers galore. The Polartec fleece keeps you toasty warm without weighing you down with added bulk, and the fabric is highly breathable and quick-drying so you won't be sitting in a cold puddle of your own sweat after you decide to power up a short bootpack. The zippered pocket on the arm is the perfect spot to stash some cash or a card so you can treat yourself to an exceptionally cheesy pile of post-shred nachos when the lifts stop spinning.

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SKU: BUR01SP
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