|Material:||DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer Coated Fabric|
|Pockets:||6 including 2 cargo|
|Jacket - Pants Connections:||Yes|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Burton Cargo Snowboard Pants
The Burton Cargo Snowboard Pants is another fantastic addition to the Burton lineup of snowboarding gear that's sure to please and excite. Made from 10,000mm waterproof and 5,000g breathability fabric, these pants are geared up and ready to repel all the unwanted elements on the slope. If that's not enough and you're worried about space for packing your items, then know you've got six pockets and two cargo pockets which should be plenty. There're so many more things to list about the Burton Cargo pants, but there is one feature it's missing and that one is you.
- 10,000mm Waterproof
- 5,000g Breathability
- DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer Coated Fabric [10,000MM, 5,000G]
- Burton Sig Fit
- Mesh Lining
- Fully Taped Seams
- Cargo Pockets
- Includes Burton Pant Features Package
- NEW DRYRIDE Fabrication
- DWR Finished Fabric
- Inner Thigh Vents
- Fully Taped Seams
- Zippered, Microfleece-Lined Handwarmer Pockets
- Link ZIP Jacket-to-Pant Interface
- Boot Gaiter with Cuff-to-Boot Interface
- Articulated Knees
- Integrated Waist Adjustment
- Microfleece Fly and Waistband
- Pocket Key Clip
- Ghetto Slits
- Leg Lifts,Protect Pants from Parking Lot Carnage
Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!
"cool pants with cool vents"
This pant has enough insulation for the average winter day in the east coast, but anything below 10 degrees Fahrenheit and u better layer up underneath the pants. If u layer up too much and start to feel too hot, you have long cooling vents in the inner legs, the best idea ever. The legs of these pants are a bit too long, sometimes I have to roll them up specially on warm days when there are puddles everywhere. It feels like I have the long version, but I only got the regular version. I tried the short version but those were way too short.
"You can stuff these pants!"
I wore these pants all last season and have been perfectly happy with them. They were good with a set of thermal pants down to the single digits, and comfortable up into the 50s with the vents open. I fell down in them all year and they kept me dry. The pockets are plentiful, and the knee pockets are big enough to hold a PBJ sandwich. They're only closed with velcro, so I wouldn't keep anything important in them.
There is no set stand of waterproofing and breathability ratings for material across the snow sports industry, each company outsources their fabrics...
Generally here's how waterproof rating tests work: A one square inch of fabric is laid underneath a one square inch tube that is filled to the height of 5,000mm, 10,000mm etc.. with water. If the fabric can hold 5,000mm of water over a 24 hour period it is rated at 5,000mm, and the same continues through 6,000mm, 7,000mm etc...
A one square inch piece of fabric from the Burton Cargo Snowboard Pants (10,000mm) can withstand 24 hours with a one square inch tube fill with 10,000mm (32.8 ft.) of water. Science.
10,000mm of waterproofing material is pretty darn waterproof. It'll be great for practically any type of snow conditions as long as your not sitting on snow the whole time.
Strap you bindings in standing up, stop falling, and you'll stay dry no matter what waterproof rating your pants have. Dec 4, 2013
I live in New England so I see way more wet snow and rain than I'd like, but the Burton Cargo pants, which are 10,000 mm waterproof have never let me down so far. Whether its a day on the mountain or walking through a rain/snow storm, I've stayed fully dry every time. Hope this helps
Mikhail Nov 29, 2013