Owl feathers make a great loin cloth.
Whether you’re out to slay an endangered species or put the hurt on the terrain park, pull on the Burton Men’s Poacher Insulated Pant. This Thermacore insulated pant keeps you warm when you’re in the deeps or stalking the snowy white owl. Burton gave the Poacher Pant a waterproof Dryride shell and fully taped the seams to prevent moisture from ending your hunt early. Burton’s sig fit gives you the room to bust a method without saggin’ to your knees at the lodge, while the hand-warmer and cargo pockets hold your tools and shotgun shells. **DISCONTINUED**
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A bit baggy.
A bit too baggy so I dropped them and went with the Burton Roning System pants which are sick. Other than that they seemed like solid pants.
Rode in em' for five days straight, washed 'em once. They held up. I hit some backcountry and was introduced to some true thicket, surprisingly...no tears in the pants. I hit the park the second day and was surprised at how light they felt. The pants kept me dry from the outside, but unlike most board pants I have had they didn't get soaked from the inside...shwetty. So It felt like they breathed a little bit...word.
would these pants connect to a Burton...
would these pants connect to a Burton Quattro jacket or a Burton Shaun White Ice Wizard jacket? the details say nothing about any kind of jacket-to-pant interface.
I have the the uninsulated version of these pants and it has zip in capability and clip in capability so i would think this one does too as it is the same pant but insulated but I cant say for sure
Just picked these pants up and although i haven't taken them to the hill yet for a test drive i did just go out and shovel the driveway in them, and i must say that overall i'm liking them. The only thing that i would say that they don't have compared to other pants that i have had is that nice heavy feeling. Maybe i'm the only one but i like it when my outerwear is heavy, these are pants are pretty light. The insulation doesn't feel too bad either, maybe a little on the chilly side, but overall not a bad pant.
could you use these pants for snowbordin...
could you use these pants for snowbording?
Was curious about the pocket closures on...
Was curious about the pocket closures on the back and cargo pockets. Are they zip, velcro or snap?
Are the pockets zip, velcro or snap pockets?...
Are the pockets zip, velcro or snap pockets?
There are velcro and zip pockets. The side pockets are zip. The back pockets are velcro. I don't know what to call the pockets by the thighs/knees, but they are velcro as well.