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Got these pants at the beginning of last season and proceeded to put 90 days of skiing on them. Always impressed. Waterproof, warm, comfortable. Sometimes I would find myself still wearing them hours after the lifts had stopped, gross I know. The handwarmer pockets are fleece lined which are super comfortable and the cargo pockets have plenty of room for whatever you need on the hill. I would definitely get another pair if mine weren't in such great condition.
I am stoked on these pants. They breathe really well and are well-suited for riding the entire mountain, from park to powder. I did get a rip in them from a tree, but I am pretty sure that was my fault not the pants. Overall I really enjoy the AK Cargos as an all-mountain pant.
Very solid pants. I honestly don't care for Burton, but apparently their higher-end outerwear is solid - as long as you don't mind the price tag. As a matter of fact, the only reason I gave these a 4 instead of a 5 is because their waterproofing/breathability is 15,000mm/10,000g yet still retail for a hefty $230. (Sessions will give you 20,000mm/20,000g for $200 or less.)
Otherwise, they are great. Very light and very durable with a slightly baggy inseam, but nothing super gangsta. I thought they would stain easily, but they've repelled mysterious lift grease and grass stains quite well.
Solid pantalones, for sure.
Inner and outer leg vents are great. They vent well while hiking rails and building jumps. Super durable and I love how the water beads up on them.
Great quality pants. I just wish Burton was more consistent with their sizing. Last year all the AK stuff was huge, and this year its all been shrunk down. Whatever, dope pants with killer color ways?