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Burton Men's Oak Crew Neck Sweatshirt
Burton Men's Oak Crew Neck Sweatshirt
For venturing deep into the mountains or recovering at home the next day, the men's Burton Oak Crew Fleece performs. You'll feel super comfortable and warm in the soft, familiar feel of brushed polyester French terry fleece. Breathable, wicking fabric helps keep you cool when you crank up the intensity. With a regular fit and thumbholes at the cuffs, this crewneck works for layering or great on its own.
From the manufacturer
Upgrade your everyday crewneck with this performance-minded, highly functional fleece.
There's beauty in simplicity, the way a classic design can add comfort to literally any situation, or the way fleece warms a cold heart. If that sounds like poetry, then grab a pen and pull out the Burton Oak Crewneck Pullover. One hundred percent polyester brush-back fleece mixes comfort with performance that resists shrinkage and stretching out.
Burton Men's Oak Crew Sweatshirt
Made of 100% polyester brushed French terry fleece for outstanding warmth
Regular fit is not too baggy with room to layer
Thumbhole cuffs for additional comfort
Breathable, wicking fabric helps keep you cool
Natural Waist (in)
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Everything we do at Burton started in the mountains. From getting the most out of every journey to chasing snow around the globe, we’ve charged ahead to innovate and change the way people enjoy the outdoors since day one. After driving innovation and progress for over 40 years, Burton knows it’s all about the journey. The product, community, and culture speak for itself. The rest? Well, you just have to drop in and feel the difference.
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