Burton Caption Pullover Hoodie - Men's

Burton Caption Pullover Hoodie - Men's
Burton Caption Pullover Hoodie - Men's
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Caption Pullover Hoodie - Men's by Burton
Transition from snow-capped peaks to your favorite watering hole with the Burton Men's Caption Pullover Hoodie on your back. The grid fleece fabric actively pulls perspiration off your skin, preventing the cold, clammy feel from taking hold when you're riding at the resort and cruising around town in the winter. For warmer spring days at the resort, the Caption Hoodie serves as a nice layer when a jacket is simply overkill. Burton's DryRide Ultrawick fleece provides soft-wearing warmth without the bulk of its cotton counterparts, and it also dries extremely fast when it gets wet on the mountain. The brushed tricot lining is supremely soft, encompassing your body in blissful comfort. And when it's time to hit the road back home, simply fold the hoodie into its kangaroo pocket for compact storage.

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SKU: BUR01I6
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