Burton Fray Insulated Jacket - Boys'

Burton Fray Insulated Jacket - Boys'
$90.97 $139.95 35% off
Fray Insulated Jacket - Boys' by Burton
Price subject to change | SKU: BUR01J7

Burton Fray Insulated Jacket - Boys'

When it comes to tackling the resort, make sure Junior is suited up in the Burton Boys' Fray Jacket. Ideal for pint-sized shredders who live in climates like Vermont or Oregon, the Fray offers premium waterproof protection and subtle warmth thanks to a DryRide Durashell and Thermacore insulation. More specifically, the Fray's DryRide 2L Durashell laminate blocks moisture while remaining highly breathable so he'll stay dry when fresh stuff falls. Meanwhile, the synthetic Thermacore insulation (120g around the torso and 80g in the sleeves, hood, and collar) keeps his core toasty, yet still allows his arms room to move. The expandable drop-down hood fits snugly over a helmet and then tightens down for windy chairlift rides, and the powder skirt with jacket-to-pants interface stops snow from flying up his jacket. There's plenty of pocket space including fleece-lined hand pocket, and a ported media pocket keep him organized, and glove loops ensure he won't lose his gloves in the lodge (again). Additionally, the Fray is equipped with Burton's Room-To-Grow System, which ensures your rabble-rouser is able to wear the jacket for multiple seasons.

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