Crank up the heat.
Hikes through the snow, dog walks in frigid weather, nights on the town, and mornings chasing powder are all fair game for the Burton Men's Evergreen Hooded Down Insulator Jacket. Its down insulation is ultra-warm, yet incredibly lightweight, and it's highly compressible so you can comfortably layer this puffy under a shell when you head up to the mountain for some turns on your snowboard. Speaking of snowboarding, Burton also hooked this jacket up with a Living Lining, which regulates temperature to keep you comfortable whether you're strolling to the local coffee shop or hiking for freshies in the backcountry.
- Versatile puffy for everyday wear or on-hill layering
- Duck down insulation is ultralight, warm, and compressible
- Water-resistant fabric repels snow and light drizzles
- Living Lining regulates temperature at different activity levels
- Zippered chest pocket secures small items
- bluesign-approved to be eco-friendlier and better for workers
- Insulated hood with elasticized brim keeps your head toasty
- Q & A
This item is not worth the money
- Size Bought: XL
The only plus - it is quality sewn.
1. I use more than a month, fluff and feathers are constantly coming from the jacket. In the car, the back of the seat is covered with feathers. A sweater, a shirt is also in fluff and feathers. Appearance as it came out of the chicken coop. Friends constantly joke about this.
2. The fabric does not hold moisture, it immediately gets wet. Drops of water immediately absorbed into the fabric of the jacket.
3. The tissue is very thin, almost transparent. The filler has dark feathers that appear through the fabric. It seems that the jacket is dirty.
4. The jacket does not hold heat. Frozen already at a temperature of + 4C. This jacket is only for plus weather.
5. Logopit on the sleeve is sewn very poorly. He is very fat and constantly clinging to pulling his sleeve.
I bought it with a big discount for $ 138 and very much regretted it.
I do not know who bought it for $ 250. It is not worth it this money.
The first time I bought Burton, a very unfortunate experience. I do not advise anyone.
Will this jacket be OK in Whitefish Montana where it may be 15-20degree farenheit?