Utilizing advanced materials (all stamped with the DRYRIDE seal of approval), rigorous testing, and team input, DRYRIDE continues to evolve their technology to keep up with snowboarding’s progression.
DRYRIDE 2L Durashell - Features technical weatherproofing and breathable properties in a buttery soft yet bomber package. Various insulation and lining systems can be incorporated to fine-tune the overall warmth, comfort, and breathability of the garment.
Critically Taped - On outerwear with critically taped seams you only have taping at the key points where potential leakage can occur. This is acceptable, or even advantageous if you live in a dry climate, if you're more concerned with breathability than dealing with wet weather then outerwear featuring critically taped seams is the way to go.
Thermolite - Thermolite insulation is comprised of hollow-core fibers that trap in air for light, yet heavy-duty performance.
Synthetic insulation is measured in grams, so a jacket with a 80g rating simply means that a 1 meter by 1 meter piece of that particular jacket's insulation weighs 80 grams. The higher the rating, the warmer the outerwear.
Mid Fit - Bridges the gap between their classic Sig Fit and street influenced Slim Fit. Slightly longer and more tailored without being wider for a jacket that functions and looks good on the snow and on the street.
Magic Stitch Removable Waist Gaiter - The powder skirt can be permanently removed by simply undoing one stitch.
Living Lining - Burton's Living Lining offers automatic climate control for consistent comfort. When you're warm, breathable pores on the Living Lining expand to release excess heat. When you're cold, those same pores shrink to trap body heat.