Burton Limited Heated Document Jacket (Women's)
Gone are the days of heading in early when the mercury drops. The Burton Womenâ€™s Limited Heated Document Jacket comes with Aklimate integrated heating technology, which uses an included rechargeable battery to power a crazy tech thermal ink printed directly on the jacketâ€™s lining. You get a jacket that turns up the heat at the touch of a button without a bunch of bulky wires, so you can move and feel like youâ€™re wearing a normal jacket. Critically taped seams and Burtonâ€™s DryRide durashell fabric keep the water at bay while a taffeta lining wicks away any sweat. Choose from three heat settings and run the heater for up to 4.5 hours, then in spring turn it off completely and open the Burton Heated Document Jacketâ€™s underarm vents to stay cool.
- AklimateÂ® Integrated Heating Technologyâ€”Rechargeable Battery Included
- Critically taped seams to keep you dry
- DryRide Durashell 2-layer coated herringbone fabric
- Waterproof rating: 10,000mm
- Breathability rating: 10,000g
- Taffeta lining wicks sweat and pushes moisture away from skin
- Full time hood
- Mesh-lined pit zips
- Burtonâ€™s Team fit
- Satin piping detail
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"Hi. Could you tell me if this jacket has a powder skirt? Thanks."
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Question by Heather Costin on 11/1/2010 - 9:48 pm
"yes, it has a zip out powder skirt."
Answer by becalina (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/2/2010 - 9:02 am
"does this jacket have a zipper to zip to burton snow pants"
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Question by Cierrra on 11/24/2010 - 7:11 pm
"Unfortunately, this jacket doesn't have that feature. "
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/26/2010 - 11:51 am
"How do you wash it? Is it washable? or if it gets wet because of the weather would it still operate or could it be dangerous?"
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Question by Kimmie on 11/28/2010 - 4:52 pm
"This is definitely designed to be used in wet conditions so you should not have any problems in the snow. When you want to clean it be sure to follow the instructions on the inside of the jacket and you should be all set. "
Answer by Laura (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/21/2010 - 10:00 am
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