Layer the Burton Men's Expedition pants under your shell pants in brutally cold conditions—it's hard to stomp tricks with frozen legs. Dry Ride material makes these Burton long underwear bottoms quick drying and highly breathable. The Burton Expedition Pants also wick like mad, so you won't get soaked with sweat while hiking the ridge for freshies. These expedition-weight bottoms stretch, so nothing will hold you back from stomping your tricks in the park. For comfort, Burton used flatlocked seams in the Expedition Pant, ensuring the seams won't chafe during long hikes. *Available for U.S. shipment only.
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The best among Burton's outstanind lineup of baselayers...
I own this as well as the AK silk & middle weights and I really just cant believe how much warmer this is then the middleweights. I usually ride with a UA Cold Gear compression layer, then either the silk or midweights depening on weather... Got stuck in a storm up at mammoth this season and picked up a set of expedition top/bottom at a local shop. It was so cold I wasnt sure wether or not I should wear these AND the midweights... I went with just these over the cold gear and was so warm it was stupid, -10 with 50 mph winds at the summit and I could've set up a lawnchair I was so comfortable. I was so impressed I just picked up another two of these as well as two more of the 1/4 zip tops.
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After riding many days in single digit temps with thin base layers, it was time to upgrade. These pants are thick, but not too thick, and have a great stretch you dont find in many fleece pants. Very comfortable and warm