Cut from a different cloth.
The Burton Men's Cargo Pant is often imitated, never duplicated, and is always requested by name from beginners to seasoned vets alike. Sig Fit styling lets you layer it on without being overly baggy, and copious cargo pockets make mid-day lodge stops a thing of the past. Whether you're riding in bright sunlight or through riotous snowstorms, the Cargo pant keeps your precious cargo dry and protected from the weather.
2-layer DryRide Durashell holds up to the scrapes and scuffs of your hard-riding ways and less-than-gentle sleet storms. Mesh-lined vents give your guys room to breathe when temperatures rise, and the breathable fabric helps moisture vapor escape for long-riding comfort. An audio packet keeps the music pumping when you jettison your jacket.
- Dryride Durashell 2-layer (10K/10K)
- Fully taped seams
- Body-mapped mesh lining
- SIG fit
- 2 inner thigh ventilation zips
- 2 hand, 3 cargo, 2 rear pockets
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Love em, stay dry, comfortable all day.
13 inches of new snow in these pants
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
Took these out for the first time yesterday and it was nuking, 13" of new snow and I will say they held up well but by the end of the day they were starting to get wet and a lot of snow was sticking to them. I will have to say that hiking through 13" of snow they did super well and the full zip crotch vent was a plus when I was trying to control my temperature. Even though they did get wet near the end of the day these would be a great resort style pant on a sunny day. They run baggy in the knees and but overall have a great fit. If you're looking for a more traditional snowboard pant these are your ticket.