White's black jacket. An unorthodox blend of denim and genuine leather.
Luckily, for this journey, Shaun White brought along his attitude, his style, and most importantly, his jacket. Waterproof denim with distressed genuine leather sleeves, the Burton White Collection Blah Blah Blah Jacket is as shred-ready as it gets. The Slim Fit provides just the right length for proper styling on snow or off; while low-profile insulation and a satin lining let you leave the extra layers in the laundry. Fully customized around Shaun's style, this is outerwear in its most premium form.View the collection
- DRYRIDE Durashell™ 2-Layer Denim Fabric and Distressed Genuine Leather Sleeves [15,000MM, 10,000G]
- Mapped with Thermacore™ Insulation [60G Throughout]
- Quilted Satin Lining
- TWC Slim Fit
- Media Pocket
- Exposed Metal Zippers
- Lifetime Warranty
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- Minimum Layering
- Off The Slops
- On the slopes
Comments about Burton Blah Blah Blah Snowboard Jacket:
Anyone considering this jacket is probably searching for a nice fitted jacket that is vastly missing in the ski/snowboard apparel market today. ie. Something that looks good on and off the slopes. Props to Burton for making an earnest attempt to bring this option to the market. I have had some experience in the past buying the so-called slim fit lines from Burton, (ie. Access Slim jacket from 2010-2011 and Stroker Jacket from 2009-2010), while they were slimmer, its still relatively baggy. This time Burton really slimmed things down with the Blah Blah Blah jacket... Maybe too much. I usually take size small jacket in all of my apparels... In this case I tried on both Small and Medium. The small looks amazing like street apparel but it is really tight fitting around the chest and armpit region when zipped up. While the Medium gives me the comfort in fit for the chest/shoulder, the sleeves are much wider/bulkier and the body is about 1" longer which looses that fitted appeal / short jacket appeal.
In the end, I have decided to keep the smaller size and will learn to layer with limited or thinner base layers. With 60G of insulation and limited layering ability, I think this jacket is good for 25* degrees+ days.
This jacket is almost perfect, before or after snowboarding, it pairs very nicely in my street clothes, I just wished Burton would have given the armhole and chest area marginally more room and maybe even apply some stretchy material in armpit and back vents for more flexibility.