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Men's Burton [ak] Hover GORE-TEX PRO 3L Jacket

Regular price $679.95 USD
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Built guide-tough. Pro-grade GORE-TEX three-layer fabric for surviving everything the mountain dishes out.

The Men's Burton [ak] GORE-TEX 3L PRO Hover Jacket is a pro-strength yet lightweight and packable GORE-TEX Pro Shell that's streamlined down to the stitching. Fully GORE-TEX seam taping further seals out hammering storms and is fueled at the core by the GORE micro grid backer to breathe like a fresh set of lungs when steaming up the bootpack. The balaclava-friendly neck gasket collar and adjustable powder gasket cuffs seal the perimeter from snow, cold, and wind, while a logical pocket array keeps essentials safely stowed for long days of sledding or splitboarding. This jacket is tested and respected by mountain professionals worldwide.

  • Regular articulated fit is just right: Not too tight or too baggy, with shaping at the elbows and shoulders for easy movement
  • GORE-TEX Pro is GORE's ultimate, three-layer breathable fabric. It's designed for maximum ruggedness and extreme use while providing the trusted weather protection of GORE-TEX with maximum breathability, durability, and temperature regulation on the skin track or boot pack; GORE-TEX fabric is GUARANTEED TO KEEP YOU DRY™
  • Offers breathability for high-intensity activities while maintaining the reliable weatherproof properties of GORE-TEX. Manages sweat by wicking moisture for quick-drying comfort. Zip vents enhance breathability during extra-high-intensity activities and in warmer conditions.
  • GORE-TEX seam tape provides durable seam protection for a completely weather and waterproof design; Ergonomic water-repellent zip-out stretch waist gaiter with jacket-to-pant interface
  • StormForm attached hood with drop construction and Cohaesive embedded cinch and hood length adjustment
  • No-lift underarm gusset; Mesh-lined, no-snag Pit Zip vents
  • Internal abrasion-resistant tape; Power mesh wrist gaiters; RECCO® reflector; YKK® water-resistant zippers
  • Zippered hand-warmer pockets, chest pockets, and bicep pass pocket and interior welded media pocket and power mesh dump pockets
  • Lifetime Warranty

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Nathaniel W.
Burton AK Gore-Tex 3L Pro Hover Kacket

The Burton AK Gore-Tex 3L Pro Hover Jacket is Amazing!! Very comfortable even with and without layers underneath. Dreamruns ships fast and has amazing communication! Will buy from them again!

Travis K.
Sick jacket

This coat is bomber, stoked to have found it. I used to ride Arc'Teryx jackets but got tired of the mountaineer look. From there I went to Volcom but the L was the only model that really fit and didn't have the features I was looking for. I bought this jacket on a whim before road trip and it quickly became the MVP. Perfect length in the arms and body, well-placed and thought out pockets, removable pow skirt, wrist gaiters and a pass pocket on the upper arm. This is my first Burton [ak] product and I'm already looking to add some pants. FWIW, I'm 6'3", 230# and have 35" arms and went with the XL

Michael M.
Not as sexy as the hover stretch.. but.

Initially bought the hover stretch in the wrong size.. picked up the pro version for comparison on recommendation from burton staff and decided to stick with it.

When I spend ~$600 on a boarding jacket i expect it to last me a long time (at least 10 years hopefully, considering I only ride maybe 8-10 days per season) to include all the newest tech, and to really perform. I think both burton hover jackets I tried should meet these criteria (though, of course, only 10 years of use will be the true test).

The hover stretch was definitely softer and more pliable.. which made it feel like it would allow a full range of movement and really stay out of your way. It felt VERY sexy. The pro is noticeably heavier, and not nearly as soft/stretchy/pliable, but with it's heavier gauge gore tex, seams and construction I was told it should last quite a bit longer and hold up better to wear and tear, which was ultimately the deciding factor.

Both jackets seem very well designed with a host of impressive features including Wrist Gaiters (my fav!), fully adjustable hood, a strong selection of pockets and, of course, the triple layer gore tex with taped seams that should keep you well protected from the elements no matter where you ride. I've got a trip to Quebec coming up. Last year the temp dipped down to about -35, which was awfully cold, but we persisted. This year I expect my new jacket will make it a little easier to face such crazy temps, should the need arise. I can't wait to test it out!