Stay Stylish On The Slopes With These Burton Jackets For Men!

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  • Author Mithran Balakrishnan
  • Published March 13, 2010
  • Word count 642

If you are getting ready for the snow season, pick up these hot styles in Burton jackets for men. These amazing designs in Burton jackets for men are styles that are functional, technical, and totally stylish!

The Burton Esquire jacket is a great deal for $199.95. This jacket is a waterproof, insulated jacket ready to shield off whatever Mother Nature throws at you. With linear design lines, this jacket is constructed of Storm-lite fabric and insulated with Thermacore insulation. With a full time contoured hood that provides both style and function. The key features of this jacket include a hidden flash pass pocket, a goggle pocket, and zippered fleece-lined hand-warmer pockets. This is a jacket full of features that you will love showing off!

The Apres jacket is an even bigger bargain for $160.00. This jacket may be a cozy jacket, but is also a great design for shredding! With Dryride Durashell two-layer technology, Thermacore insulation, and a bevy of features to enhance your shredding experience, this jacket is a must have! With tons of baggy comfort and style on and off the hill, this jacket has plenty of warmth, a satin lining, a hideaway drop tail, and a features package that is full of things you will love to show off!

The Burton Field jacket is a great design with plenty of features. This jacket keeps you dry and comfortable and will provide you with the ultimate in comfort. With excellent venting and a super-high waterproof level, this jacket fights back against winter storms with large bellowed front pockets to give you ample space. With fully seam taped DRYRIDE Durashell 2L fabric for supreme moisture protection, this jacket also has a LINK ZIP pant-to-jacket interfaces with Burton pants to keep snow completely out. The contour hood offers superb protection and is engineered to move with the direction of your neck and head. With crossflow venting chest pockets, this jacket will promote breathability and warmth!

The Slub jacket is a great design with plenty of flair. This jacket has enough pockets for a whole day's worth of gear. You get convenient big chest pockets, hand pockets, and an audio pocket; not to mention high-level waterproofing and DWR coating for exceptional wet-weather performance. This sleek-styled shell jacket keeps you dry, comfortable, and prepared for the park. With 10K waterproofing and 10K breathability, this jacket is designed in a Sig Fit which offers mobility without the bulk. The DRYRIDE DWR coating keeps water from penetrating this fabric to provide you with an extremely dry ride and warm ride, so you never have to worry about the chilly external temperatures.

For a great shell, pick up the AK 2L Cyclic Shell jacket for $209.99. This jacket has a clean profile, thanks to water-resistance zippers and an offset front zipper. This unique zipping arrangement keeps the zipper away from your chin for increased comfort. The GORE-TEX 2L waterproof fabric, fully-taped seams, and Burton ALS lining which will keep you warm and dry. The Cyclics Sig Fit lets you layer underneath extra-chilly days. The full time hood on this jacket will keep you protected, while the multiple internal and external pockets for maximum storage space.

For a great fleece jacket, pick up the Reason Fleece jacket for $89.99. This jacket is windproof, water-resistant jacket that can keep all moisture out. The reflective rain camo print makes this jacket stand out majorly. This jacket can be worn on its own in dry conditions, or layer it under a shell for fortress-like weather protection. The wind-proof fleece with pit zips promotes breathability. The brushed tricot internal collar lining and super soft zipper guard at the chin will keep out the cold and keep you warm. Great for street as well as the slopes, this jacket will be an essential option!

These amazing designs in Burton jackets for men will look amazing on you!

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