Burton White Collection Bit-O-Heaven Insulated Snowboard Jacket (Boys')
- Fit: Relaxed
Slim: These garments fit close through the body or legs for a sleek, sexy, or athletic look.
Relaxed: Also known as "regular," these garments fit just right, not too baggy or not too slim.
Loose: Also known as baggy, loose-fitting garments allow for ultra-free body movement.
- Warmth: 4/10
Items with higher ratings will be warmer, and will offer you more protection in colder temperatures.
- Waterproofing: 9/10
Items with lower ratings are water-repellent, and good for light-snow conditions. Items with higher ratings will be more waterproof, and can protect you in wetter conditions.
Black Kingdom/Plaid Print
Snag this ticket to paradise. The Burton White Collection Bit-O-Heaven Jacket will keep you dry and happy with its DRYRIDE 2-layer fabric, 10K waterproofing, and critically taped seams. Bring out your inner animal with the Manimal Print Tafetta Lining that breathes easy while it wicks away heat-robbing moisture.
- This item follows the Pre-2011 Size Chart
- 10K Waterproof/ 5K Breathable
- Durable DRYRIDE Durashellâ„˘ 2L fabric offers weather protection
- DWR repels water before it can wet the fabric
- TWC Sig Fit makes room for layering without being too baggy
- 40g Thermacore Insulation provides warmth without the bulk
- TWC Manimal Print Taffeta Lining wicks away moisture
- Mesh-Lined Pit Zipsâ„˘ wick away moisture and vent heat when needed
- Critically Taped Seams keep moisture from sneaking in through the stitching
- Fulltime Hood provides weather protection for your nogginâ€™
- Waist gaiter powder skirt keeps you dry in deep snow
- Fleece-lined Handwarmer Pockets keep your hands nice and toasty
- Side and top entry chest pockets for storing your stuff
- Internal Media/ Goggle Pocket
- Pass Pocket keeps season passes safe
- Adjustable cuffs seal out cold air
- The White Collection straight from Shaun White
Questions and Answers
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"Is there a difference between boys and junior boys in Burton? The size chart just says youth and I bought a large junior pants for my 9 year old which is way too big and he is big for his age."
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Question by Mum on 2/20/2011 - 10:04 pm
"Boys is for the age group 8 and under. Juniors is 8 and up. If your son is 9 he might fall under both categories, so he can use the larger sizes for boys and the smaller sizes for juniors."
Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/22/2011 - 3:43 pm
"Hi, I am confused by the product description. I have been doing a lot of research on this jacket and all other websites have the following specs for the junior/kids version: â€˘DRYRIDE Durashellâ„˘ 2-Layer Coated Fabric [5,000MM, 4,000G] â€˘Thermacoreâ„˘ Insulation [120G Throughout] â€˘Room-To-Growâ„˘ System You indicate 40G insulation which is a lot less warm. Your specs seem to come from the adult version of the jacket. Which one are you selling? I'll only buy the 120G version as we need warmth for Canadian winters. You description also doesn't mention "room to grow" which is a feature on kids jackets."
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Question by CFraser on 10/30/2011 - 10:18 pm
"I believe the jacket you are mentioning is the jacket for children 8 and under. The jacket we carry is only 40g and is for boys ages 8-18."
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/31/2011 - 11:17 am
"Is this a 2011 or 2012 jacket. Apparently the sizing charts changed for 2012. Which sizing chart should I use for this jacket"
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Question by mle on 1/1/2012 - 5:15 pm
"This is a 2010 jacket, so the old sizing chart would work."
Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/2/2012 - 3:42 pm
Average Customer Rating: 4/5 (1 customer reviews)