You found your wallet in your jacket, but you’re still looking for your dignity.
Jump into your AK 2L Stagger Pants from Burton, and hit the mountain no matter how bad the weather gets. Gore-Tex protection from shell to seams keeps you dry and feeling good. The only way you’re getting wet in these is if you piss yourself like you did that night at the bar when you lost your wallet.
- • Gore-Tex Performance Shell helps your lower bits stay dry so you can play all day without having to hit the lodge bathroom to point the hand-dryer down your pants
- • Crossflow venting pulls in cool air and pushes out hot funky air so you stay funk-free
- • Fleece lining on the butt and your knees give you extra comfort and warmth at your main contact points
- • Fully taped seams with Gore-Seam tape stop water from conniving its way through the stitching
- • Sig fit gives you room for layering without being overly
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Best Boardin pants out there!
I got the burton AK snowboarding pants last year and they have net let me down. If you have a few extra dollars to spend to get the AK series gear it is WORTH it. I never had to layer with these pants. Just throw some shorts on underneath and go. I stayed completely warm and dry in some of the coldest and windiest days up at Snowbird Resort in Utah, and trust me, IT was cold.
Best Burton Snowboard Pants I have ever owned
I am 6'4" 230lbs and bought the true black gridscape pants in an XXL. I have only worn them at the end of the season in Colorado for Spring boardig but so far so good. These pants are light and very breathable while still warm. The material with Gore-Tex is excellent.
I got these for my boyfriend for Christmas and he absoultly loves them....the goretex is great and water or moisture never gets through, he loves how he remians dry after a long day of boarding or hiking in the snow...all the pockets and air vents are great too. He also likes how when its not too cold he can just wear the pants and still be warm and when its colder theres room to layer.
i know the pic isn't all detail.... but i was just matching them up to my jacket [ak]turbine... but as you can see the right thigh pocket the ignitor pants... These Pants are WOW! cant wait to wear them! they're a little thicker then the Cyclic pants. they fit really good to. not too long or baggy seem like they would be warm an block wind. the color of the ignitor is a little different then it looks in person then on here "better" cause their in my HANDSSS!!! ha, really its more like a peachy[redesh]orangess lol over all.... If you wanna do a lot of riding an an need somthing thats the best for any weather,...go for the [ak].
Drop em' don't drag 'em (after)
While walking through the parking lot, simply deploy the snap to keep your pants lasting longer and not get all shredded at the bottom.
Drop em' don't drag 'em (before)
The back of the pant is angled upwards top stay off the ground.
No one on the corner got Stagger like us.
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Noun: An unsteady walk or movement: "she walked with a stagger".
Verb: Walk or move unsteadily, as if about to fall: "he staggered to his feet, swaying a little"
The Burton AL 2L Stagger pant has just the right features, nothing you don't need but also, features that make you say "why hasn't this been done before?"
The features are :
# Fleece Butt and Knees tf_pants_insulation_lining_01, tb_pants_insulation_lining_01_01
# Zippered Cargo Pockets tf_pants_other_04, tb_pants_other_04_11
# LIFETIME WARRANTY tf_pants_other_10, tb_pants_other_10_01
# NEW Test-I-Cool Zipper with Crossflow Venting
Waist: 42" (before any cinching.
You can zoom in at: http://www.burton.com/mens-pants-ak-2l-stagger-pant/232472,default,pd.html?start=1&q=2L%20stagger
im 5'10" and 145lbs. what size should i...
im 5'10" and 145lbs. what size should i get if im looking for a baggy-ish fit?
I am the same height and weight as you, and I wear a medium in gear pants for a good, not baggy fit, so if I were you'd I'd just size up and get a large.
Lagre if you want a baggy fit for sure. The mediums are your correct size but Joshua is right they are not a baggy pant.