Burton Mine77 Snowboarding Collection

Dec 20, 2018

Category: Gear

Founder of the iconic Burton snowboarding brand, Jake Burton Carpenter had a brush with death not too long ago and came back swinging with the release of his own line of gear. Carpenter wanted to find his roots and took a hands-on approach with the Mine 77 collection, which is a line of outerwear and gear designed to please the passionate rider.

Burton quarterbacked every detail of the collection, including the product design and packaging. The collection contains 17 pieces, including high-tech snowboarding gear, urban hoodies, pants, and a rawhide backpack. It’s hard to choose, but our favorite from the collection just might be the Mine 8-Pocket Bib Pant. The pants are made with 3L Gore-Tex and feature eight zippered pockets for all of your gear, snap-adjusted elasticized cuffs, and a roll down convertible bib. This collection will be available online and just one brick and mortar shop: Burton in Burlington, Vermont, which is the company’s headquarters.

Purchase: $40+

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