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Burton - zip on right mens jacket?

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I have a recently acquired Burton shell jacket which zips up on the right side. This is normally the women's side, is it not? Not had a jacket with this before and it's a bit like trying to write with the wrong hand, feels odd.

The shop tags label says it's mens although there is nothing on the actual jacket to indicate gender. The sizing would suggest mens too.

Do Burton do that as a matter of course? Anyone with a Burton mens jacket noticed that - hold with left hand and zip up with right hand?


Last edited by Poster: A snowHead on Wed 2-10-19 14:02; edited 1 time in total
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The North Face have a habbit of doing this too, to the point I have a more or less unworn TNF fleece because the mental effort of trying to zip it up when drunk is too much Smile It's like trying to write with the wrong hand.
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@Klammertime, I think all of my "Mens'" jackets are like that...
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Actually, no, I have a mix of both. Can't say it bother me at all...
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When I was surfing, some clown gave me a wetsuit with the zip on the wrong side - it was round the back Smile
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I think quite often USA jackets are like that....
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sweaman22 wrote:
I think quite often USA jackets are like that....

^This.

Perfect for us lefties.
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I bought a Spyder fleece as a midlayer last year with the zip the "wrong" way round, first time I've seen this, it's surprising how irritating it is but the ability to unzip the jacket and midlayer to cool off rather than have the faff of removing/replacing layers is great.
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