Trusted waterproofing and on-snow features with a loose, utilitarian streetwear-inspired feel.
When it comes to keeping you dry and warm, the men's Burton AG Uncork GORE-TEX 2L Jacket mixes proven on-snow tech with a laid-back feel that's looser and longer than a more traditional snowboard jacket. Plenty of pocket space adds to the look and provides plenty of storage for every day stuff. All the usual on-snow features make all the difference to staying comfortable when riding lap after lap.
Oversized fit is loose and easy, with added length and volume
GORE-TEX two-layer fabric is windproof, waterproof, breathable, and durable: It's the versatile solution to staying warm and dry while moving outside
GORE-TEX fabric is GUARANTEED TO KEEP YOU DRY™
Attached hood with front and rear adjustment
Interior storm flap features fabric behind the zipper to keep out the wind
Ergonomic stretch zip-out waist gaiter with jacket-to-pant interface
Bungee hem cinch
YKK® water-resistant zippers
Webbing hanger loop
bluesign® materials are responsibly crafted in processes that minimize impact on people and our planet
Pit zip vents
Three dimensional pocketing
Hand-warmer pocket with interior card pocket, interior power mesh dump pockets, therma-pocket to keep your device warm, and zippered chest pocket
Cargo pockets feature expansion gusset
32 - 34
34 - 36.5
43 - 46
46 - 50
Natural Waist (in)
31 - 33
40 - 44
Equivalent Women's Size
How To Measure:
Arms: Measure the distance from the middle of the back of your neck, over the top of the shoulder, along the outside of your arm, over the elbow to the prominent wrist bone, taken with the arm bent 90 degrees and the hand placed on the hip.
Chest: Place a tape measure under your arms and measure around the fullest part of your chest.
Natural Waist: Measure around your natural waist at the narrowest point.
Hips: Measure around the fullest part of your hips.
Body Inseam/ Inside Leg: Measure from the top of your inner thigh along your leg to the bottom of your ankle. If you like your trousers long, measure down the lower part of your foot.
Garment Inseam: Using a pair of pants that fit well, measure from the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg. For outerwear pants we recommend that cuffs do not pool in the front to stay clear of binding buckles and connection points.