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Save getting wet for the hot tub.

The Burton Men’s Cargo Pants won’t leave you soaked and chilled after a day of riding. These snowboard pants feature Burton’s DryRide Durashell coating to stop moisture in its tracks. Attach these pants to your jacket to create a full-body fortress of weather protection. Mesh-lined vents let in a cooling breeze when you work up a sweat.

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5 5

Still going strong

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Yea its 2014 and they still wear like i took them out of the packaging yesterday. Keeps you warm without being to heavy and not super baggy fit

What size do you suggest? 5'4" 125lbs 12...

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What size do you suggest? 5'4" 125lbs 12 year old boy

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Go by his waist size, 28"-30" is a XS, 30"-32" is a Small.

Hi, do these pants have the "Link ZIP™...

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Hi, do these pants have the "Link ZIP™ Jacket-to-Pant Interface" feature? It's really important to me that they do

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These have the Special interface that connects pants to compatible Burton jackets. So, you are good to go. FACE-D

Check 'er out: http://www.burton.com/mens-snowboard-pants-burton-cargo-short-pant/218530,default,pd.html?dwvar_218530_variationColor=312&start=4&q=cargo%20pant&index=4&masterID=218530&top=190&key=q%3Dcargo%20pant

4 5

love them

I got the curaco color way and it looks way cooler in person then in the picutre...They are pretty warm but wish they had a zip out liner like the 686 stuff..but for the money the keep you drey and toasty with all the good features! def can't go wrong..

Okay...I've really been wanting these...

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Okay...I've really been wanting these things and at this price they're hard to pass up. I'm 5'9 with about a 31-32 waist and usually wear a 30-32 inseam in jeans. So should I go medium or small?

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If you get a small, they will fit properly (not baggy). I suggest the medium though. They'll look way better because they'll be looser, but not thugged out. Also when you're shreddin out, pants tend to feel tighter because you move around a lot doing sweet tail blocks and whatnot. go medium, and if my sizing advice just sucks, you can always exchange them for a different size no questions asked.

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I would probally get a medium size pant.

5 5

Awesome!

Love these pants. Wore them for the first time for snowboarding and kept me dry. They are a bit long though. I'm 5'10''. All of the things in the pockets stayed dried.

is the chlorophyll the same color, because...

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is the chlorophyll the same color, because on the burton website it looks a lot more like a neon sort of green, here it looks more like a mix of neon and like trench green or something...

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it is not quite as bright in person as on the Burton site... check this picture!

it is not quite as bright in person as on the Burton site... check this picture!
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so if i want a brighter color, since i only got black pants and a black jacket, not to mention black boots, gloves, and a black and white board (actually that is all coincidence, different people got me different colored stuff for christmas) would this be fine or would something like the curacao be better?

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or would it be better to get the poacher pants in like barrier yellow or dolphinium... because that is also a bit cheaper then these.

5 5

Love these pants.

This is my fourth season in these. They are absolutely great! I have one complaint and I'll get it over with right now... the waterproofing. These are not indefinitely waterproof, they have to be replenished after a while. I found they lasted for 1 season with two full days in the rain before wearing out. You can easily get waterproofer and fix the issue. For the price I don't really mind that these aren't 100% waterproof. Even if you don't re-waterproof as long as you don't ride in rain or spend a lot of time on the ground you'll stay dry. Okay, these are really pretty warm too considering there is no actual insulation. I've worn these in down to -20 degrees with a light pair of pj's underneath and been perfectly warm. They also have a ton of pockets to stash stuff, plus vents for the spring, and the little clips that keep you pants from dragging on the parking lot. The sizes are true. I've got a 34 waist and these (size large) have a little room left to layer stuff underneath, but not so much room they fall off. The fit is good and not to baggy overall, just right. Bottom line, these are my favorite pants. Mine, after 3 and a half years of really hard use are just starting to wear out, and when they do they're being replaced with another pair of Burton Cargo Pants.

Love these pants.
5 5

Burton Cargo's

Burton Cargo pants. Awesome. This is my second pair after loosing my 2004 pair.

They are Burton's medium cut (sig fig) and therefor have just the right amount of baggyness. I'm usually a 32 x 32 and if anything, they are slightly big round the waist - but the internal adjustable velcro allows the waist to reduce down to about a 31" if you've stayed off the pies!

The legs are also slightly long, but this is sorted out as soon as you put your boots on, and open the ankle zips.

Hightly Recomended!

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I have to add that after I bought these, they were reduced in a sale and backcountry credited me the difference.

uber happy with the service!

Aren't these SIG fit? Someone said they...

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Aren't these SIG fit? Someone said they were Slim, but they show up on Burton's website as SIG fit?

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These are Sig fit.

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Definitely signature fit... not slim!

Im 6 foot and have a 30 inch waist, what...

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Im 6 foot and have a 30 inch waist, what is the best size for me?

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I would roll with a medium. this will be long enough to cover your legs, and the waist won't be too big.

4 5

Baggy but bomb proof

I wear a 33x32 pant size... and bought the medium. DANG, they are baggy. Still functional though. I love them because they're water proof as all get out, tough (been crashing through a few trees and no damage so far) fit nicely, and the vents work great!

Other than the being a bit too baggy I would give them 5 stars.
I think these will last me a long long time. :)

5 5

Cargos for life.

Very thick, very warm. Great pants and will keep you comfortable in any weather. A little baggy so but order by waist size.

5 5

Excellent Product

I wore these pants for the first time and they performed great! If you want more room, go with a larger size. 6 days of riding in Austria and never once got wet. They did the job!. I plan to buy another pair.

4 5

Get's the Job Done

I have used these pants 3 times in the last month. All times were really good conditions so it didn't really test the waterproofing, but that said didn't feel a bit of wetness anywhere. No insulation can be a drag if it's really cold outside, you'll have to put on a few layers, but works well in the high 20's and 30's. Definitely go with the smaller size if you're in between two sizes. Good Pants! Certainly get the job done

4 5

Awesome!

Really hold up well and follow up on the warranty if they rip or tear. Definitely keeps you dry.

5 5

Great pants

Iv had a pair of these pants for about 4 years, there freekin amazing! Im a patroler at a few differnt hills and these things have totally been though it all, and still hold up there end of the bargen. The pockets are awesome and can put so much stuff in em, and being a patroller thats a bonus.
so totally love em and totally gotta buy em again...

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Great style. I got the black plaid medium pants and I'm a size 31.

Im 6 feet, 80 kgs, which size fits best?...

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Im 6 feet, 80 kgs, which size fits best? usually wear 32w 33length in jeans.

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I would say a medium... unless you like slightly baggier than rock a large!

I'm 6'0", 195 lbs with a 34" waist. I rock large.

5 5

Stylin'

I purchased these pants in early November and have been using them since. The waterproofing on these pants is awsome and will keep you dry in most weather conditions. One really cool thing not mentioned about these pants is that the bottom of the pants can be rolled up and secured with a button so they don't get scuffed up in the parking lot. These pants have fairly large pockets(two of them being lined with fleece.) Adjustable waist band really comes in handy when you don't have the luxury of a belt. Even thought these pants aren't insulated they're still pretty warm, most likely due to the mess lining. These pants are a little baggy but I guess that just adds to the style and in that case, these pants have a lot of it.

5 5

awesome pants

I bought these pants a year ago. best pants ive ever owned, i could prob go swimming in them and stay dry, and if you get a little heated up, zip the vents down the legs down and stay cool. i think they are pretty loose fitting pants, kinda baggy, but im shorter so that could be y.

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