Burton AK Japan Guide Gore-Tex Pro Jacket - Men's

Burton AK Japan Guide Gore-Tex Pro Jacket - Men's
Burton AK Japan Guide Gore-Tex Pro Jacket - Men's
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AK Japan Guide Gore-Tex Pro Jacket - Men's by Burton
Living up to its name, the Burton AK Japan Guide Gore-Tex Pro Jacket delivers the exceptional waterproofing, breathability, and durability needed for serious backcountry missions and next-level powder days. Gore-Tex Pro 3-layer fabric keeps moisture at bay through the heaviest blizzards and soggiest storms while still offering ample breathability to keep you from getting soaked with sweat when you're ascending steep skintracks. It's also extremely rugged to withstand frequent snags on branches and exposed rocks. Fully sealed seams prevent moisture from seeping in during long days in the backcountry, and cohaesive embedded hardware is integrated directly into the 3-layer fabrication for enhanced strength.

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