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Growth-spurt-friendly versatility.

Through combining waterproof protection, a mid-level of insulation, and an innovative Room-To-Grow system, the Burton TWC Tracker Insulated Boys' Pant keeps your little man comfortable when playing in the snow. A DryRide Durashell membrane is both waterproof and breathable—preventing wetness when spending hours on the snow. Thermacore insulation provides cold weather protection from all but the chilliest of conditions.

Growth-spurt-friendly, the TWC Tracker Insulated Boys' Pant sports a Room-To-Grow System with adjustable waist width and leg length. To adjust the leg length, simply roll up the leg and locate extra material bound by red stitching. Pull out the stitching to expand the leg by 2 inches. Bam! Outgrown snow pants are a thing of the past. 

  • Room-To-Grow System with adjustable waist width and leg length
  • DryRide Durashell waterproof(5k) and breathable(5k) membrane
  • Critical seams taped
  • Thermacore insulation(60g)

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I'm looking for snowboarding pants for my...

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I'm looking for snowboarding pants for my two boys 6 and 8 for next year. The prices are a little steep for my budget, so I'm wondering if you offer any good sales. I'm aware that they offer "room to grow" but wondering if/when would be a good time to check back on some great sales? Thanks!

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I have two boys (now 8 and 10) and over the years I keep going further and further down market for snow pants. This year they each got a pair of closeouts that were $29. For next year, we already picked up some closeouts at Target for $7 a pair! They beat the hell out of them, so new pair each season works anyway.

Bottom line is that their long johns and socks will matter a lot more than the ski pants themselves. Spend there (long johns are cheap, but the socks will cost you!) and then just get cheap stuff for the outside layer. Buy black and no one will know whether they are brand name or not...