Can you hack it in the new Burton Hackett Jacket? Probably not. Built for only the manliness of men out there, the Hackett Jacket is most likely to tough for you. Pushed to new extremes that no flannel has ever dared to go, the Hackett Jacket is well insulated for cold Vermont winters and well protected from the icy elements with 10,000mm, 10,000g two layer DRYRIDE Durashell™ coated fabric. If your bread isn’t bushy enough for little critters to live in then move along because this jacket doesn’t mess around.
Two layer DRYRIDE Durashell™ coated yarn-dyed flannel plaid fabric has a micro-porous or hydrophilic coating applied directly to the backside of the DWR-finished outer fabric, providing waterproof/breathable performance.
Taffeta liner offers a crisp, high-end feel, woven from a mix of synthetic fibers which wicks and breathes easy.
NEW quad package trail mapping has horizontal quilted taffeta lining with 40g of NEW 3M Thinsulate™ insulation throughout
40g of 3M X-STATIC® antimicrobial underarm insulation provides added defense to keep outwear smelling fresh, unlike you.
Fleece Contour™ hood takes the wind chill off your neck
Fully taped seams
NEW venting anti-fog goggle pocket.
Flip-up Collar Shield
Team Fit: two inches added to the body and one inch added to the sleeve lengths for a more baggy style
Model is 5'10", 170 lbs wearing size medium.
Heavy-duty workwear flannel meats contemporary outerwear tech. in this bridging between two worlds. It seriously looks like a flannel shirt, and it’s freaking me out.