A trip to the local lifts isn't the same as a trip to the moon.
You don't have to look like an astronaut or a guy on a Himalayan expedition to stay comfortable while you ride. The Burton Indulgence Pant features a stretchy, stylish slim fit with a lower rise and slightly longer inseam, yet it still offers blizzard-worthy weather protection. Burton treated the Indulgence with a DWR that blocks light rain and snow before it even gets to the waterproof breathable DryRide Durashell laminate, and a stretch taffeta lining adds warmth and a luxurious feel.
The Indulgence pant provides protection where it counts. The waterproof
breathable DryRide Durashell membrane and fully taped seams handle powder and winter storms. If it gets too warm, you can dump heat in a hurry by
popping open the mesh-lined inner thigh vents. The microfleece fly and
waistband are soft to the touch so you won't get nasty hot spots if
your skin rubs against your pants. Burton also built a jacket-to-pant
interface into the pants so you can attach them to your Burton jacket to
create a suit of snow-proof armor. Expandable boot gaiters slide over
your boots to keep snow from finding its way in. The integrated waist
adjustments allow you to customize your fit, and you can dial it in with
the belt loops or just use them to accessorize. 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.
- DryRide Durashell membrane, fully taped seams
- Slim fit
- Zippered, mesh-lined thigh vents
- Reinforced hems with cuff elevators
- Expandable boot gaiters
- 2 fleece-lined hand pockets, 1 ATM pocket
- Jacket interface
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share
Bought these for my niece. Luckily for me she had tried on the pants before hand and knew her sizing. She is about 5'6 and seem to fit her well.
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
These are super flattering and I think they would definitely be comfortable. The fabric is slightly stretchy, which allows them to be fitted and comfortable at the same time. I found the the medium to be slightly too fitted, but I think a large would have fit me perfect, especially with the adjustable waistband (I am 5"7, 130lbs and I am usually a size 6).
I returned them because I am usually snowboarding when it is really cold (Northern Wisconsin/Michigan) and I decided I really needed something with insulation to keep me warm enough.
I noticed that these are not insulated....
I noticed that these are not insulated. Will they keep me warm in 20 degree weather?
It will totally depend on you as a wearer! I personally just wear shells at 20F (but I also wear kneepads so that helps with a little warmth). If you do get chilly, a thin baselayer will fit under these no problem!
Hey there! I'm 5'8 and 120 lbs...I like...
Hey there! I'm 5'8 and 120 lbs...I like my pants to be fairly long, will the medium work for my height or should I bump up a size?
A Medium will get you a 31in inseam, and a Large will give you a 32in inseam. So not a huge difference, but definitely a little bit of extra length!
Should I go down a size if they are...
Should I go down a size if they are stretchy?
I would go with the size you normally order, the stretchy fabrics will allow you to move more freely while riding, but your normal size will fit you just great.
Im ready !
The articulation creates a really good slim fit. The fabrics of this pant makes it feel a little more then just a shell. Bring on the winter because I?m ready!