No wonder you keep getting dumped—girls aren't into hoarders.
- DryRide Durashell laminated fabric gives you waterproof breathable protection
- Inner thigh vents cool you down on spring days or while you hike the park
- Articulated knees feel natural while riding and won't bind
- Integrated waist adjustment for a custom fit
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These pants fit great and are waterproof, but they will actually melt if given the chance. Say you put your knee down on a box because you screwed up on a front board -- melted pants. Too close to a wall heater? Melted pants.
So, not cool.
love the fit and the pockets are great there waterproof and the vent keep you cool and dry when your hiking or on a warmer spring day
Im inbetween 30-32 in waist, and about...
Im inbetween 30-32 in waist, and about 5'10. Im a teen, what size should i get? I got some bonfires in medium and they are a tiny bit too long and waaay to big in the waist. So small?
Is the Hydrant version of the pants more...
Is the Hydrant version of the pants more of an orange color?
No, Hydrant color is deep red. Horizon is orange.
Does the job
Covers the basics for an all-around good, sturdy pant. Love the inside vents, key fob clip, and mittens clip in the side pocket. Can't go wrong for this price.
Great pants for the $$
Nice fit, maybe a little loose but not baggy. Great for the money.
Russia; Metallurg ski resort - Magnitogorsk
I am looking for some similar dark green...
I am looking for some similar dark green pants to these. I really like these but they say there is no insulation, any recommendations?
Sorry my man, But if you wear a good first layer you will be stoked, It will be nice.
Do these pants have a zipper to attach...
Do these pants have a zipper to attach them to a Burton jacket?
No they do not have linkzip, The 2010 jackets and pants do not have the jacket to pant zipper.
The Cargo Pant has the features you want at the price you want it. Pockets for goodies, 10,000MM water resistance, tons of colors and patterns, and all the basics that a good pair of pants need. Time test, fit perfected just get a pair at hit the slopes.
I've had a ton of pants and these are the best I've worn, I haven't dabbled in the super high end pants but these have the most logical fit, are really waterproof and are priced right. Free of gimmicks and just a simple pair of affordable pants
I really love the fit because the legs are really roomy and not too long (my FSQ pants were the opposite on both counts)
I'm a medium but bought them in extra large because I love the room, and since they aren't super long, shorter people can still get roomy pants without the leg's being ridiculously long. They end up just looking roomy, not super crazy baggy like I expected, which is great because the XL's are so comfortable, it's like I'm not wearing snow pants at all.
Hours of pouring rain didn't get through one bit despite the lower rating, and I've worn them from single digits in december to high 60's at Timberline in the summer, and have faced absolutely no problems so far. They've also proven quite durable. Only a little bit of fading and wear on the bottom cuffs
These are probably the only pant's I'll ever buy for the rest of my life
These pants work great! Super waterproof and roomy, plus you can't beat the amount of steeze you get for the price. Only thing to keep in mind is they aren't insulated, which is great for spring sessions but is definitely something to consider.