Burton Covert Insulated Jacket - Men's

Burton Covert Insulated Jacket - Men's
Burton Covert Insulated Jacket - Men's
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Covert Insulated Jacket - Men's by Burton
You don't need high-level security clearance to find out the secret to staying warm and dry on the slopes this winter, just put on the Burton Covert Insulated Jacket and the answer will become obvious. This jacket combines premium warmth and waterproofing with timeless style to keep you feeling as good as you look while you shred, whether you're slashing powder or lapping the park. Dryride fabric keeps heavy snow, howling winds, and soggy slush at bay, while the Living Lining enhances breathability for airy comfort. Mapped Thermolite insulation places more insulation in the core, where you need it most, and less in the arms for uninhibited mobility. If you get too hot on a sunny spring day, open up the zippered underarm vents for instant relief. And when the powder piles up, the removable powder skirt keeps snow from infiltrating the inside of your jacket.

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