Burton X Carhartt WIP Mountain-Driven Collection

Oct 22, 2018

Category: Gear

The latest mountain-driven collaboration between snowboard Burton and Carhartt WIP is much more than a marketing-driven product release, it’s an example of two companies combining what they do best to deliver a new line that’s arguably superior as a result of the combined knowledge. The Burton x Carhartt WIP collection marries Burton’s achievements in technical performance fabrics for the mountain with Carhartt WIP’s proven eye for classic design that’s made to last. The result is a 10-piece collection of workwear-inspired outdoor-performance clothing, accessories, and gear.

The beauty in this collab is most obvious in items like the Worthley Bib Overall, a piece that appears fit for the factory floor, except that it’s made from a waterproof DRYRIDE two-layer Cordura® Fabric with an 18 denier tricot scrim shell for warmth, fully taped seams, zippered ventilation pocket, and includes a lifetime warranty. You can find items form this impressive collaboration right now at Burton stores, a limited number of retailers worldwide, and select Carhartt WIP locations around the world.

Purchase: $49+

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