Burton Hearth Full Zip Fleece
Burton Hearth Full Zip Fleece
Burton Hearth Full Zip Fleece
Burton Hearth Full Zip Fleece

Hearth Full Zip Fleece

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Breathable and super warm full-zip polar fleece jacket from Burton.


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About the Burton Hearth

The Burton Hearth Full-Zip is a versatile mid-layer fleece guaranteed to keep you toasty and warm.

Constructed with 100% recycled polyester polar fleece, the Hearth Fleece is a lightweight, fast drying and breathable piece great for no-bulk layering. Stretch bindings at the collar, cuffs and hem ensure the cold weather will be kept at bay for ultimate warmth. A zippered chest pocket and two zippered hand warmer pockets provide the perfect place to store your valuables as you adventure.

Stay warm and look great in the Hearth Full-Zip Fleece, perfect for any occasion whether you're climbing, skiing, snowboarding, hiking or just chilling around the house.

The Lowdown
  • Material: 100% Recycled Polyester Polar Fleece blocked with Nylon Plainweave
  • Pockets: Zippered chest pocket, Zippered handwarmer pockets with brushed tricot lining
  • Fit: Regular
    • Features:
    • Regular fit is just right: Not too tight or too baggy
    • Made of polyester polar fleece blocked with nylon plain weave for maximum warmth and breathability
    • Stretch binding at collar, cuffs, and hem
    • Chafe-free chin guard
    • bluesign® approved materials use only safe chemicals and reduce impact on both humans and the planet during manufacturing
    • Burton is the pinnacle of snowboarding and the absolute soul of the sport we all love. Since 1977 when the brand was founded by Jake Burton Carpenter in a Vermont barn, he spent the rest of his life dedicated to snowboarding with a burning passion to create innovative products, which has pushed the sport beyond boundaries ever thought possible.
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