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Burton Women's Pineview System Insulated Jacket (2012 Closeout) 2012

Sale: $149.95 (40% off, was $249.95)
rum raisin/rum raisin rider plaid liner
Color: rum raisin/rum raisin rider plaid liner
Size: S Size Chart
Color: rum raisin/rum raisin rider plaid liner
Size: S
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Keeps you dry during periods of light snow or rain
Allows comfort and airflow during normal activities
Keeps you warm, ideal for comfort in cold conditions
Slightly longer, oversized fit with increased room for mobility
The women's Pineview System insulated jacket from Burton gives you your money's worth, wear the liner, the shell, or combine them both for cold days on the mountain. The key to comfort is layering and this jacket does the work for you, now if Burton could only get it to fix your meals and drive you to the slopes, they'd really have something with that.
  • DRYRIDE 2L Durashell
Waterproof Rating
  • 10,000mm
Breathability Rating
  • 10,000gm²
  • Critically Taped
Powder Skirt
  • Removable
  • Fixed Hood
  • Down
Insulation Rating (g)
  • 100
  • Taffeta
  • Microfleece Lined Front Hand Pockets
  • Media Pocket
  • Pass Pocket
  • Goggle Pocket
  • Under Arm
  • Mesh Gussets
Removable Liner Jacket
  • Removable and Reversible Liner Jacket Features a 600mm DWR Coating
  • Chafe Free Collar
  • Adjustable Cuffs
  • Articulated Sleeves
  • Jacket to Pant Interface
  • Storm Flap
  • Glove Loops
  • Contour Hood

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.


Down - Down is the lightest and warmest option when it comes to outerwear insulation, the only drawbacks with down is it doesn't perform well in wet conditions and it's more expensive. Synthetics will dry faster than down and are easier to clean, but they can't beat down when it comes to performing in very cold and dry weather.

Insulation Rating (g)

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.


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