Relaxed: Also known as "regular," these garments fit just right, not too baggy or not too slim.
8 - 10: Great for heavy snow, offers total protection, good for prolonged periods in wet or heavy snow.
1 - 4: Great for temperatures 30°F and up.
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 Durashell™ 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 Zips™ 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 noggin’
- 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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Like me, my son has a fast metabolism and doesn't need a heavy winter coat for walking the dog, going to school, etc. A 40gram Thinsulate jacket should work most days.
Unlike me, he is in his Shaun White skater/board gear phase, complete with hoodies and cargo pants, so this jacket is a big hit. I even got a ''Cool, Dad!''; if you have one, that's high praise from an 11 year old boy. An internet search pulled up the Peter Glenn site; it's my first purchase and I'll be back.
My boy would wear it even if it didn't fit him; but it does. My son is filling out in the torso (Size 14) and the XL jacket has a roomy fit with long-sleeved shirt underneath. Trapped air stays warm, so it's all good. Fabric is breathable, water resistant and should not get gray too fast after being dragged on the ground at school. A good match for Western PA hills and their wet, windy winters. Thanks, PG