Burton Lira Full-Zip Fleece Jacket - Women's

Burton Lira Full-Zip Fleece Jacket - Women's
Burton Lira Full-Zip Fleece Jacket - Women's
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Lira Full-Zip Fleece Jacket - Women's by Burton
There are few things in life that go with just about anything. And while avocados, french fries, and a glass of red wine certainly come to mind, don't forget to add the Burton Women's Lira Full-Zip Fleece Jacket to that list of impressively versatile accompaniments. Cut with a streamlined silhouette, plush fleece fabric, and straightforward styling, this fleece jacket works well on and off the mountain thanks to its heat-trapping qualities and striking casual style. Not only does the slim fit allow this fleece to be worn with your favorite pair of skinny jeans or leggings, but it also allows the jacket to be worn under a shell when you're snowboarding. Not to mention, the added length adds extra coverage when you reach down to ratchet your bindings down at the top of your next run.

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SKU: BUR01DM
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