2010 Model No Longer Available
Burton TWC Indecent Exposure Jacket - Men's - 2010 BCS
Ride naked underneath the Burton TWC Indecent Exposure Jacket. Thermacore 60g insulation throughout The White Collection’s Exposure harnesses your warmth, and who doesn’t want to feel a silky smooth satin and taffeta lining against their nude body?
- Fully taped seams combine with a 10K waterproof rating to keep you dry
- A 10,000g breathability rating and mesh-lined underarm zips allow temp regulation when you find you’ve simply become too sexy for your jacket
- Designed with the favorites of Shaun White in mind so your feature list is pro-worthy
- Plentiful pockets allow for storage of goggles, wallet, MP3 player, and other essentials
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January 22, 2012
Used ths coat for everyday wear, a week of snowboarding in the freezing temps of Maine and at our local mountain in eastern pennsylvania. It's fantastic all around! It keeps you super toasty on the cold days but not sweltering on the warmer ones. Also has tons of useful pockets and I love the arm cuffs. They keep your hands warm if your not even wearing gloves and help keep the snow out if you are. Only problem I've had is the zipper pull broke, but since it's burton, and they have a great warranty, I called them up and they're sending me a new one free of charge! Highly recommended, buy this coat now!
I'm 5'2" and 100 lbs. Should I get the XS (Extra
I'm 5'2" and 100 lbs. Should I get the XS (Extra Small), or the XXS (Extra Extra Small)?
November 28, 2011
Yeah get an XS, I am 5'3 and it fits nicely.
December 1, 2011
I would go with the XS that will allow room for layering and natural movement.
By: Four Horsemen
November 29, 2011
Sorry I meant 5'1".
November 28, 2011
December 15, 2011
I just got this jacket and matching pants and I have to say that I'm extremely happy with the selection. The combination will really let you stand out on any mountain. This jacket is lightweight, has more pockets than you can count, and full of awesome features. To be honest, I got it cuz it looks SICK and the price was insanely reduced because it is last season's jacket. It is a bit baggy but that just leaves plenty of room for layers. The only thing I would like to see improved in this jacket is better insulation. It's a light jacket which means light insulation. Not a big deal cuz there's plenty of room for more layers underneath. I love this outfit and can't wait to hit them rails!
January 5, 2012
The lining is super warm yet ventilated. I love the velcro seam along with the EXTREMELY bright colors. I have the red and blue model and the red does not look pink in person. Im also diggin the exposed metal zippers they seem stronger and of higher quality (as this is one of burton's top of the line jackets). The retractable pass pocket is handy so you don't need your lift ticket dangling about. Your resort may not let you put a LIFT TICKET in, but probably a PASS. I would sum this up as a top of the line convenient jacket.
Hey jw on size, i was debating on large or XL. I'm 6'2" and 160lbs, anyone got an idea how these fit, since im tall i dont want it too be too short for me.
July 22, 2011
December 1, 2011
I'm 5'-5", 130-140 lbs and the Small fits nice just like the TWC is supposed to. Jacket graphics are super nice and its not bulky at all! Wrist gaiters are a bonus as well. Note that the media pocket can be accessed without unzipping your jacket (velcro seam) which is cool. Can't wait to take it out on the slopes!
Hi, just deciding whether to choose XS or S for this jacket.
Hi, just deciding whether to choose XS or S for this jacket. I am 5"3 and about 136 lbs.
April 27, 2011
What size did you go with Anthony?
October 25, 2011
Just to be safe I would go with a small so you have enough room to layer and have a bit of room for movement.
By: Wooden Robots
April 28, 2011
This style of jacket is made to have a baggy fit, so buying your normal T-shirt size is a safe bet.
By: Hunter Lea
April 28, 2011
Best jacket ever
March 30, 2011
This was the absolute best jacket I ever had and although I didn't have that many I let my friends borrow it and the even loved it. It's size is perfect and is loose enough if you need it but is easily tightened and stays perfectly in the same spot. The features on this jacket are absolutely amazing, but the absolute best feeling of the jacket is the fact that it's satin on the inside silky smooth and that it is perfect for just random warm mountain days as well as perfect for very cold mountain days because it is a light jacket that's not bulky at all but then is made perfectly for the cold. Lastly it is perfect for any other gear that u want to add on with your look!!!
January 30, 2011
i got this coat and its sweet. great waterproofing and manuverabilitty
great coat with vents and enough pocket space. not heavy but gives room for layers and itll keep you warm in non-intense conditions. looks good too
Very decent jacket
January 9, 2011
My jacket arrived in the mail yesterday. Looks pretty sweet and has plenty of features. Only thing is it doesn't have the linkZIP jacket-pant connection like the product details says, which is pretty disappointing coz that's one of the main reasons I bought the jacket.
BURTON SNOWBOARDING JACKET
January 2, 2011
The jacket is great I bought it for my son and he love's it. It has lots of great features.
- [shell] DryRide Durashell 2-Layer Coated Fabric; [lining] satin, tafetta
- Thermacore (60g throughout)
- Fabric Waterproof Rating:
- 10,000 mm
- Fabric Breathability Rating:
- 10,000 g/m²
- sig fit
- underarm zips
- Powder Skirt:
- yes, fixed
- 2 front, 3 chest, 1 pass
- fully taped
- yes, fulltime
- Recommended Use:
- All –season conditions
- Manufacturer Warranty: