Burton AK Gore-Tex Kimmy 2L Anorak Jacket - Women's

Burton AK Gore-Tex Kimmy 2L Anorak Jacket - Women's
Burton AK Gore-Tex Kimmy 2L Anorak Jacket - Women's
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AK Gore-Tex Kimmy 2L Anorak Jacket - Women's by Burton
Choose your layering and match the day's weather easily with the Burton AK Gore-Tex Kimmy 2L Anorak Jacket. Waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex, along with the fully sealed Gore-Seam tape seams, ensures you stay comfortably dry in some of winter's worst weather while also allowing sweaty internal moisture to escape after hiking the park or a grueling bootpack. Pit Zip vents under your arms further enhance breathability options, and the side zipper entry lets you put it on and take it off more easily than going over your head. Burton rounded this classic snowboard jacket out with a StormForm Fulltime Contour Hood to add protection in the elements without limiting your ability to see the run ahead clearly.

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