Burton Ridge Lined Shirt - Men's

Burton Ridge Lined Shirt - Men's
Burton Ridge Lined Shirt - Men's
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Ridge Lined Shirt - Men's by Burton
Whether you are hitting the town or the trail, toss on the Burton Ridge Lined Shirt to provide yourself with style and coverage. The nylon and cotton material blends breathability and coverage, while the classy style lets you wear it anywhere.

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SKU: BUR02UI
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