Cold weather has nothing on the Cruizer Insulated Pants.
You stay plenty warm snowboarding in the Burton Women's Cruizer Insulated Pants while all your friends whine about the cold. With their 60g of Thermacore synthetic insulation, the Cruizer Insulated Pants are among the warmest in the Burton lineup. Inseam vents zip open to cool you down when the sun warms the hill. Fully seam-taped Storm-lite 3.0 fabric keeps out all moisture to let the excellent insulation do its job without interference. With slimming lines and Burton's traditional fit, staying warm doesn't mean you look like the Michelin Man. *Available for US Shipment Only.
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Loved the pruduct, nd the service you provided!!!!!
Sizing confusion but comfy and yes, warm.
I think perhaps the Large I had in the past were a better fit for me, I don't know. I wore these on the slopes they're way cute but I think the sizing is confusing.
Sizing seems off a bit
I purchased these cool snowboard pants! They seem great, but based on the sizing chart I purchased a Medium. When I got them they seemed much bigger than I expected. Score! I just got the Small instead and they seem great.
not sure yet
I got these pants and found the large was a bit snug. I like my snowboard pants a bit loose, rather than a bit tight. I'm a regular size 12, so I was surprised by this, the XL's are VERY large but with the side straps and a belt I should be OK, I'll know after my Utah trip (Jan 19-28th 2008), I can update this post then perhaps. Anyway, they're cute and though a (scary) XL, even my boyfriend says I look like a cute Betty! Hopefully, they'll keep me warm enough and be strong enough to endure. MY old Burton Pants were hardier I think, they kept my very warm and were good for years.
They are extremely warm, and they look great
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These pants are great. Functional and attractive. The people here at your site are very helpful. It was a very pleasant experience.
comfortable and warm
These snowboard pants were great! I actually ski but bought them because they are fuller through the hips which is great for us over-40 moms! I bought a large and generally wear a size 12. They were a little big but had straps to adjust at the waist so I was able to cinch them in - rather have them a little big then small. We skied on a fairly windy day with temps around 18 degrees and my legs were never cold with no liner pants on. They have some fleece lining inside and also some satin in areas so they were really comfortable. And to top it off my 13 year old son thought they were cool so, overall they were a hit!