Burton Prowess Jacket - Women's

Burton Prowess Jacket - Women's
Burton Prowess Jacket - Women's
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Prowess Jacket - Women's by Burton
Show them you're a force to be reckoned with in skill and style with the Burton Women's Prowess Jacket. Burton equipped the Prowess with a waterproof, breathable DryRide Durashell membrane and fully taped seams to keep you dry and comfortable. Body-mapped Thermolite insulation places more warmth at your core, so you can ride longer. Sherpa fleece inside the collar and along the front zipper is soft against your skin and provides comfortable warmth. The Living Lining features breathable pores that shrink or expand to retain or release heat like automatic climate control. A variety of fashion-forward design elements allow you to take the Prowess Jacket from the mountain to trips around town. An exaggerated drop tail adds style and protects your backside from the cold. The high collar and oversized hood block wind and snow and offer a dramatic, fashion-forward look. Oversized front pockets and a leather zipper pull provide stylish details that will have you feeling good whether you're out with friends or on your way up the lift for one more run.

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SKU: BUR01FT
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