Burton Method Jacket

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Burton Method Jacket - Women's: A trendy number that won’t quit on you by noon, the Method Jacket form Burton Snowboards is a definitely necessity.

Booting kickers, jibbing rails, or tracking out fresh pow lines – the Burton Method Jacket offers ultimate warmth with total mobility. The NEW Trail Mapped and Zonal 3M insulation proves that you can have a lightweight and stylish jacket with the warmth of a puffy. With enough pockets for everything you need to keep you going, the Method Jacket from Burton Snowboards will keep you on the mountain and out of the lodge.
Other Features:
Critically Taped Seams.
Chafe-Free Collar.
Articulated Sleeves.
Adjustable Cuff Closures.
Bomber YKK Zippers.
Pass Pocket/Ticket O-Ring


  • Attached, insulated storm hood
  • Thinsulate synthetic insulation (100g body, 60g sleeves)

Weather and Wind:

  • Critical seam tape prevents seepage through exposed seams
  • DRYRIDE Durashell two-layer waterproof breathable twill fabric with Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish
  • DryRide Durashell membrane (10K/5K), critical seams taped


  • Center front zip with dual storm flaps and zipper garage


  • Sound pocket, goggle pocket, flash pass pocket, ATM pocket, interior stash pocket
  • Pass pocket keeps your lift ticket secure
  • Interior goggle/ electronics pocket keeps valuables secure


  • Adjustable cuffs fit around gloves to keep out snow
  • Classic Fit
  • Sig fit


  • Articulated construction for freedom of movement
  • Magic Stitch powder skirt keeps snow out of jacket
  • Fleece-lined hand pockets keep fingers warm
  • Magic Stitch Removable Waist Gaiter with Jacket to Pant Interface
  • DWR coating keeps water off the fabric surface
  • Hem drawcord cinches to seal out cold air
  • Magic Stitch allows you to easily permanently remove gaiter

Lining and Layers:

  • Mesh-lined pit zips for ventilation
  • Zippered, mesh-lined underarm vents


  • Fixed adjustable hood
  • Fulltime Contour Hood
  • Attached hood for weather protection


  • Breathable, moisture-wicking taffeta lining
  • Underarm vents open to release excess heat


  • Microfleece Chin Saver
  • Glove Loops
  • Touch-fasten cuffs
  • US shipments only
The Burton Method Jacket isn't a best-seller for nothing. With oh-so-cozy 3M™ Thinsulate™ insulation and DRYRIDE Durashell™, the Method outfits the Burton women's team when they're on the mountain and off. On top of durable protection from the elements, this jacket boasts other awesome features like mesh-lined Pit Zips™ and a removable waist gaiter with jacket-to-pant interface. You don't have to be a pro to rock what the pros rock. Get the Burton Method Jacket and see what all the well-deserved hype is about.

Christy Sports

Burton Method Jacket - Women’s:  There is no madness but there is a method to his jacket. The Burton Method Jacket is a staple in Burton’s line. You get more bang for your buck with this signature fit, 3M™ Thinsulate™ insulated jacket. 


The Burton Women’s Method Snowboard Jacket packs warmth around your core without inhibiting your ability to shred thanks to zonal construction and a streamlined shape. Wear this jacket when you want extra protection from the cold but you don't want to feel like you're burritoed in a bulky mess of padding. 

The Method jacket provides a versatile helping of chilly weather protection. The waterproof breathable DryRide Durashell membrane holds off light rain and snow. Light Zonal Thinsulate synthetic insulation places more insulation in the body and less in the sleeves. The fixed hood is fully adjustable and helmet-compatible. The powder skirt can be removed on hardpack days and includes an interface that allows you to attach the jacket to compatible Burton pants. Zippered, mesh-lined underarm vents allow you to dump heat quickly so you don't burn up while you ride. For the final touch, Burton included a plethora of item-specific pockets to keep your essentials close at hand and keep you organized.


The Burton Method Snowboard Jacket will keep you protected from the chills and snow that winter brings. The DRYRIDE 2L Durashell Lightweight Twill exterior offers excellent weatherproofing and breathability. With its Sig Fit you'll have plenty of room to layer up on those frigid winter days without having the jacket feel overly baggy. With some extra sleeve space going over the gloves you can keep the snow out as well. The 3M Thinsulate Insulation is breathable, not bulky and won't limit your mobility. It will trap the heat inside your jacket so that you can always remain at the optimal cozy temperature you desire. Pop your little music box into the sound pocket and play your favor tune. If you're anything like me, then you probably bring a couple pairs of goggles to the mountain. No worries, because there's an anti-fog goggle pocket. If you're about to shred the deep stuff, make sure to use the jacket-to-pant interface with your Burton pant and carve it up. Now if you're heating up and need to release some of the humidity from inside, you can open up the pit zips and let some fresh air flow through. Staying warm on the mountain means less time trying to heat up in the lodge, so wear your Burton Method Snowboard Jacket and spend more of your time shredding.

Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.


No matter what color or print you choose, the Burton Method Insulated Snowboard Jacket is a lot of fun. This coat is warm and waterproof, so you can ride in all kinds of conditions. The insulation is Thinsulate so not only does it keep you warm, it does it withouth feeling heavy or bulky. To give the Method Jacket's style a unique touch, Burton put 4 buttons at the top of the windflap.

Al's Sports
Whether she’s riding rails at 2am or rallying around the resort, Burton rider Gabi Viteri spends day and night in her shred gear. To help her move freely in falling temps, the women’s Burton Method Jacket is Trail Mapped with more 3M™ Thinsulate™ Insulation around the core, less in the sleeves for a better balance of warmth, breathability, and mobility. On-hill essentials include pockets for hands, sound, goggles, pass, and ATM, plus quick-venting Pit Zips™ to prevent overheating. Magically remove the waist gaiter by simply undoing one stitch for a cleaner look off-snow.
Whether warming up in the morning, charging the afternoon finals, or photoshooting at night, Kelly Clark and Enni Rukajärvi literally live in their gear. To help them move freely in falling temps, the Women's Method Jacket from Burton has more 3M™ Thinsulate™ Insulation around the core, less in the sleeves for a better balance of warmth and mobility. On-hill essentials include pockets for hands, sound, goggles, pass, and money, and quick-venting Pit Zips™. The tough yet supple plain weave fabric and clean cutlines pair well with everything in your closet.

Sierra Trading Post
Burton's Method jacket ensures you don't lose your sense of style in freezing weather. Durashell two-layer twill fabric and zonal Thinsulate insulation let you move freely and keep ripping when temps drop.
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Battery Heated:No
Breathability:Moderate Breathability (4000g-8999g)
Breathability Rating:5,000g
Breathable rating:5,000
Burton Sample Products:Warranty
Cinch Cord Bottom:No
Cuff Type:Velcro
Exterior Material:DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer Lightweight Twill Fabric
Extras:Key Clip
Fabric Rating:10K Waterproof / 5K Breathable
Fit:Sig fit is relaxed, yet feminine
Hood:Fixed hood
Hood Type:Fixed
Insulation:100g body/ 60g sleeve Thinsulate insulation
Insulation Rating (g):Body: 100, Sleeves: 60
Insulation Type:Synthetic
Insulation Weight:Body 100g / Sleeves 60g
Lining:Taffeta Lining
Lining Material:Smooth taffeta lining
Material:DRYRIDE Durashell™ 2-Layer Recycled Bottle Polyester Plain Weave Fabric
Model #:10087100409-S
Pit Zip Venting:Yes
Pockets: Sound Pocket Goggle Pocket Flash Pass Pocket ATM Pocket
Powder Skirt:Removable
Rides Best In:Mid-Winter Conditions
Seams:Critically taped
Shell Material:2-layer DRYRIDE Durashell fabric
Shipping Restriction:This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
Taped Seams:Critically Taped
Warranty:One Year
Waterproof:Moderately Waterproof (5000mm-19,999mm)
Waterproof Rating:Water resistant, 10,000mm
Waterproof Zippers:No
Wrist Gaiter:No
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Burton Method Jacket Review:


I had this jacket in a slightly older model and it was pretty warm and super waterproof. All the features on it are awesome, and the lining made it really easy to layer. And obviously it is decently cute. My only qualm with this jacket is that of pretty much all ladies snowboard jackets. The length! Is it so much to ask for snowboard brands to still give a flattering fit but add a little extra length? I'm not a fan of bending over to buckle in and flashing the mountain my grand canyon, or lifting my arms over my head and getting a nice blast of cold air. And ya I know powder skirt right? But it came unsnapped for me. Overall its warm and dry and a good jacket, but has the same fatal flaw as most ladies wear. And just for comparison I am 5'6

Blair Englebrecht at Backcountry.com on 11/09/2013