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For a slightly loose fit and room for pads, I'd say a large will be best for you.
February 11, 2013
April 9, 2013
I am a beast! 6'3" 315 lbs of agile goatboy. I'm built like Larry Tate Office Linebacker (years of college sports will do that), so finding outdoor clothes that aren't off the racks of Blaine's Farm & Fleet Plus Size Farmer is somewhat of a challenge. So when I see a company say XXL I know what they consider XXL is usually not up to par with what my booty needs. But when a quality pant is priced so low it's hard not to take a chance.
Yes... I said quality...for all of you Burton Haters out there, sometimes it's about the quality, not what brand you do or don't rock. At this stage of the game Burton to me is like Shimano, it's going to end up somewhere in my gear or my ride regardless, because they make good s**t,
So I put these pants on out the box and they were snug, kind of thought they were done for but I brought them with just in case I blew the ass out of yet another pair of pants. 2nd day out I decided to give them a go, and to my surprise by the 2nd run they had stretched out! Throughout the day I was aggressively powder slashing the trees, switch threeing the big booters with deep indy grabs and apres, I was able to keep my steezy mojo vibe flowing all without fear of looking like I was in some spray on jeans.
I only gave them 4 stars, not because of the technical features, which are perfect, but becuase they only have 2XL. Someone needs to make a 3XL...yeah I said it!
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I'm 5'9. What would be a good size for me. And are these baggy?
By: James Nix
February 5, 2013
Depending on your waist size ( see chart above) I would say Large. They are a regular fit, so not to baggy just right.
February 7, 2013
October 5, 2012
This is quite possibly the bestselling snowboard pant of all time. And for good reason. Loose-fitting for layering, with plenty of pockets so you never need the lodge, the men's Burton Cargo Pant is a tried-and-true classic, ready for any weather disaster. Like all Burton pants, its stacked with standard features, including venting options for hiking, newly reinforced cuffs with Leg Lifts, articulated knees, and an audio port in the pocket so you can still listen to music when wearing just a hoodie.
At 6'1, the Cargo regular will be long enough in size large. You won't have the highwater look. If you go with the Cargo Tall, there will be a bunch of extra material that will drag on the ground. But hey, if that's your look then go with the Talls.
December 20, 2012
November 27, 2012
Haven't had a chance to use them yet so I can't say anything on waterproofness but the fit is awesome, nice and baggy. The pockets (besides thigh pockets which have zippers) close with velcro but the pocket actually folds over some so it seams like it would be pretty waterproof. Vent is big, waistband adjusts great. Love em'
February 21, 2013
i got the burton cargo pants size xxl in saffron Im 6 foot 1 and the length is great. These pants are amazing you for sure have to buy these. they look amazing. one thing i really like is the button on the waist of the pants is like the button on jeans and there are two of them so you know they are pretty strong. other snowboard pants ive had have like a hook type thing like on dress pants and that always seems to break. these pants have a nice strong fabric and it looks good two. theyre really warm and even if its super hot out side unzip the leg vents and you wont have to worry about over heating at all. all in all great pants and you guys should by them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
do these pants have a decent thickness to them? I would like to not layer as much as i can!
By: brian holland
December 10, 2012
Hey Brian, the material on these pants is regular thickness. That said, you might want to consider insulated snowpants. I almost always ride insulated snowpants unless the weather is really mild (30+ degrees F).
I typed "insulated pants" into our search bar and got 20 men's snowpants, including the Poacher Insulated pant which is this exact pant with insulation. Put this URL in your browser to see the results:
December 11, 2012
February 26, 2013
I've tried several burton pants, sessions and 686 pants, and they are no comparison to burton cargo pants. they are light, comfy and keeps me dry. I wear knee pads and impact shorts, so I need baggy pants and they fit me very well. I normally wear 33-34' waist size and I got myself a large and it fits perfectly. I hear next year gortex version of these pants are coming out... i can't wait for that!
Research out-of-stock versions:
- [shell] DryRide Durashell 2-layer; [lining] mesh; [lining] taffeta
- Fabric Waterproof Rating:
- 10,000 mm
- Fabric Breathability Rating:
- 10,000 g/m²
- Sig fit
- Side Zips:
- yes, bootlace hook
- fully taped
- 2 front handwarmer, 2 side cargo, 2 back
- Recommended Use:
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 1 year