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Jackets & Outerwear

Made for the mountain, but performs just as well on the street.

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Match Jacket
$94.99
$159
Color: Java
Size: S
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Mountain Sylus Reversible Jacket
$66.99
$89
Color: True Black
Size: S
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Match Jacket
$94.99
$159
Color: Dress Blues
Size: S
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Sherman Jacket
Now $62.29
$119
Color: True Black
Size: S
Burton
Sawyer Anorak
$209
Color: Tawny/Paisley Print
Size: S
Burton
Cabin Reversible Anorak Jacket
Now $78.39
$149
Color: Olive Night/Dove Knit
Size: S
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Woodford Vest
$96.99
$129
Color: Olive Night
Size: S
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Sherman Jacket
Now $62.29
$119
Color: Red Ochre
Size: S
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Portal Jacket
$59.99
$100
Color: Burner
Size: S

Tees & Hoodies

Vintage graphics + premium fleece = Burton's relentlessly experimental spirit, embodied.

Burton
Sinclair Henley
Now $24.49
$59
Color: canvas
Size: S
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Farrel Woven
Now $36.39
$69
Color: Ethnic Print
Size: S
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Gus Sweater
Now $41.29
$79
Color: True Black Heather
Size: S
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Farrel Wool Overshirt
Now $44.79
$85
Color: Monotone Fade
Size: S
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Milford Hoodie
Now $39.19
$75
Color: Heather Grey
Size: S
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Dexter Hooded Henley
Now $34.29
$65
Color: Red Ochre
Size: S
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Lifty Henley
Now $18.19
$35
Color: Indigo
Size: S
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Lifty Henley
Now $18.19
$35
Color: True Black
Size: S
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Dexter Hooded Henley
Now $34.29
$65
Color: True Black
Size: S
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Dexter Hooded Henley
Now $34.29
$65
Color: Rifle Green Heather
Size: S
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Piper Hoodie
Now $44.79
$85
Color: Canvas Yarny
Size: S
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Sinclair Henley
Now $24.49
$59
Color: True Black
Size: S
Burton
Mountain Vista Sweatshirt
Now $25.89
$49
Color: Dark Ash
Size: S
Burton
Gus Sweater
Now $41.29
$79
Color: Dress Blues Heather
Size: S
Burton
Bonded Pullover Hoodie
$89
Color: True Black Heather
Size: S
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Roe Hoodie
Now $39.19
$75
Color: Monument Heather
Size: S
Burton
Midweight Pullover Hoodie
$65
Color: Throwback Red
Size: S

Accessories

Mountain-ready bags with urban functionality and everyday utility built in. Yes, please.

Snowboarding

With cutting-edge innovation since 1977, Burton is the best and only place for gear.

Burton Snow: How to choose your boots, board, and bindings
Not all snowboards are the same. Neither are boots, bindings, or jackets. Conducting a little research and taking into consideration not only how the board rides, but also how...
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Burton Snow: How to choose your boots, board, and bindings
JackThreads

Not all snowboards are the same. Neither are boots, bindings, or jackets. Conducting a little research and taking into consideration not only how the board rides, but also how you ride can mean the difference between a day of wipe-outs and a day spent cruising through gnar pow.

And because so many of the most critical details lie in what you can’t see, we dug into the boots, bindings, and boards that we carry at JackThreads so you can best choose the set that’s right for you, but not without a little help from former Burton team rider, current Senior On-Snow Testing Coordinator, and snowboarding icon John "JG" Gerndt.

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"The most important piece of equipment is your boots, and within boots, what matters most is stiffness — whether you want a pair of softer boots or a stiffer, more supportive boot. [Board flex] is almost irrelevant as long as the boots are comfortable, because that dictates the rest of your ride. You’re in your boots all day. The amount of time you spend riding compared to the amount of time spent getting to the mountain, sitting on a lift, eating lunch is negligible."

JackThreads / Jasper Juaniza
While flex may vary from boot to boot, you can be confident they’ll stay tightly laced all day long thanks to Burton’s New England Rope Laces. Made in America from natural fibers, Burton’s laces are virtually indestructible, used by firefighters and rescue teams across the country (so yeah, they're good).
JackThreads

"The second most important piece is the board. So much of Burton’s success with boards lies in the fact that they’re user-friendly and versatile, made for different snow conditions, different terrains, different ability levels. And I think that has to do with the fact that we’ve been around so long and know what makes a board ride well. And we put just as much effort into kid’s boards or our lower priced boards as our higher priced boards."

JackThreads / Jasper Juaniza
Burton’s Infinite Ride technique builds up boards to be a bit stronger than they need to be and breaks them in before they’ve left the factory so the board is ride-ready and comfortable on day one. The three Burton boards above also feature a Squeezebox core, alternating thicker, more powerful sections with thinner, flexible segments for enhanced board connectivity and response.

As far as edges and turn-ability go, Burton’s boards are built with Frostbite edges, which extend out slightly from beneath the bindings for improved carving, grip, and cutting on hard, icy surfaces, giving you a more precise ride and tooootally epic shredding, dude.
 

"Researching length and making sure the board you’re buying isn’t too long — goes a long way, as well."

 
As a general rule, guys over 6' tall should look for boards over 160cm long. If you're 5'10", 159cm-167cm is your range; 5'8" fits the 154cm-162cm range; and guys measuring 5'6" should look to boards 149cm-157cm long.

But there's more to your riding style to consider when it comes to length. If you're a beginner, opt for a shorter board (they're easier to control), and if you're on the heftier side, look for a longer board. Shorter boards are better for park or freestyle riding, while longer boards tend to perform better when riding in powder.
JackThreads / Jasper Juaniza

"As far as bindings go, they’re important, but not nearly as important as your boots or board. As long as it works and holds on and feels comfortable, then it’s okay. I ride on some of our lower priced bindings, like Missions, because that’s all I really need out of my bindings."