Everybody likes to ride, even the very tall.
That "where's the flood" joke got old when you were about twelve. Since then, you've considered cracking a few skulls over that one. Well, you can relax, because you aren't going to hear it when you're wearing the Men's Burton Cargo Tall Pants. With a longer length, they're made just for you.
The Cargo Tall pant provides protection where it counts. The DryRide Durashell membrane and fully taped seams handle nasty winter storms. If it gets too warm, you can dump heat in a hurry by popping open the mesh-lined Test-I-Cool vents. Expandable boot gaiters slide over your boots to keep snow from finding its way in. Burton also included reinforced hems with cuff elevators so you don't shred your pants walking through the parking lot at the end of the day. Finally, you can protect your valuables or just warm your digits with the fleece-lined, zippered front hand pockets.
- Dryride Durashell 2L (10K/10K)
- Fully taped seams
- Mapped mesh and taffeta lining
- SIG fit
- Test-I-Cool ventilation
- Internal boot gaiters
- Anti-scuff cuffs
- 2 hand, 2 cargo, 1 thigh, 2 rear pockets
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Short people got no reason...
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I find that ski pants either are to short or too fat for me. I am 6'0 and weigh in at 197# with an atheletic build. I tried these Burton Cargo pants in the tall size LARGE and they are perfect! Plenty of room to be active on the slopes, with an internal fitment adjuster on the waist, plus belt loops. The LARGE seems just a little slim with a thick underlayer on for cold days, but feels just right with my normal kit. If you are looking to sag, you better size-up. The Tall Size means long: these pants cover my scarpa T-1's so that when I'm dropping a knee on my tele-boards they don't ride up so far. And I drag like a jibber when I walk around apres.