Burton Bennett Jacket - Girls'

Burton Bennett Jacket - Girls'
Burton Bennett Jacket - Girls'
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Bennett Jacket - Girls' by Burton
Keep your young ones protected and stylish during cold, mid-winter days in the Bennett Jacket. Featuring Burton's Dryride 2L fabric and stuffed with Thermacore insulation, the Bennett keeps them dry and toasty for powdery days so they can showcase their skills with mom and dad.

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SKU: BUR02Q7
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