Burton's Dunmore Jacket looks and feels like your typical heavy-duty workwear jacket, but dig deeper and you'll discover some serious shred cred. With upgraded waterproof/breathability on flannel and vintage-style oxford fabrics, lightweight 3M Thinsulate Insulation and a fresh yet functional tech taffeta or flannel lining.
A stealth way to shed extra layers, this single piece consolidates flannel, insulator and hoodie, into one. It contains all the necessary features, including sound and goggle pockets, a removable waist gaiter, hood and venting, to battle everything from springtime to sub-zero temperatures.
- Critically Taped Seams
- Removable Bonded Fleece Contour Hood with Corduroy Collar
- Removable Magic Stitch Waist Gaiter
- Jacket-to-Pant Interface
- Internal Mesh Dump Pocket
- Zippered Media Pocket with Secure Audio Sleeve
- Stretch Taffeta Thumbholes
- 3M Thinsulate Insulation [40G Throughout]
In 1977, well before snowboards were allowed in ski resorts, carpenter Jake Burton started making snowboard prototypes in a barn in south Vermont. He didn’t do it to be cool, he found a need, tested it and built it.
At the time, “snurfers” were a trendy backyard toy, but Jake and the early pioneers saw them as an opportunity to bring the joy of surfing to snow.
With countless snowboard innovations over the years, Burton continue to push the boundaries of snowboarding, both through the world’s best products and supporting the world’s best athletes and events.
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