With DryRide, you'll never have to be wet or cold in your snowboarding pants again. Thanks to Burton Lucky Snowboard Pants innovative designs and features, you can finally have a pair of snowboarding pants that has it all - functionality, features, and style. Its multiple fashionable designs and colors let you find a style that you like, while its features like DryRide and inner thigh vents make sure you get the performance you expect from a top brand like Burton!
They are very cozy. Im usually a S but in that size my butt was too tight so I got a M and there's space for layering. For ladies with a booty go a size larger, the pants have an adjustable waist band, which helps
Extremly water proof, and slimming. I will never wear anything else after these. I sat on snow for twenty minutes and didn't feel any water. They are extremly comfortable and fit great, the colors are perfect too
I have to say I love these pants. Picked them up cheap. Previously, my old pants would get soaked through when I sat down to strap in. These have held up the whole year on the coldest of days to the spring/wet conditions. They are warm, waterproof, and comfortable. I like that there is room for layering and they are not tight, like a lot of other women's pants. Lots of pockets. And when it gets hot, vents on the pants you can open. Overall, awesome. Great purchase. Great deal. Only thing is, they are a bit long for be when just walking around. They drag like slightly but doesn't really bother me. (2009 version of pants
The Burton Lucky pants are a great all around pair of pants. It's got a waterproof/breathability level that works for almost any condition. The fit is great. The colors and the fabric are vibrant and awesome. If you are into being Eco Friendly, check out the GMP Yarn Dye color
They've got a very girly fit which is awesome. I have hibiscus 2010 pant-I love the waist zip that attaches to burton jackets, in addition to the usual belt clip pant to jacket attachers! Very efficient for bathroom speediness but can feel a tiny bit restrictive when winding up for rotations when zipped in. I also have the 2011 black luckys for work and greeny yellow ones for play. 2011's don't have the zip to jacket trait anymore. I'm 5'5 110 lbs and the length is perfect. They fit over boots fine. They even fit nicely over my thick impact shorts and allow lots of movement, squatting whatever you need to do. Perfect thickness for wet spring to -19C. I only ever wear yoga pants and impacts whatever the weather. They are thinner pants and should be used while you're active, if you want to stay toasty without bulking up on layers
I got the Lucky pants in Black Cherry and it is SO cute. Its bagginess is perfect! There are tons of pockets to pack things too. Love it, love it! I'm 5'3 so it's pretty long but I don't mind. I can't wait to wear them in the snow =
These pants are awesome! i'm 5'3 and 120lbs, with an athletic rectangular figure (I have absolutely no hips!) these fit like a charm and the length was perfect! Do NOTE that these have an AWESOME pant leg cinch that holds the bottom of your pant legs up so that you dont get'em muddy! And the waist adjusting strap is great, you don't notice it at all! As for the POCKETS: great pass holder in the left leg's pocket (it's very secure), and all the pockets are great (zippered and velcro-ed!). Pockets: right & left knees, front hips, two in the back! GREAT PANTS
I love these pants. They are very comfortable. Little loose so perfect for layering. Adjustable waist. I am on the slender side and wear a size 0, the xs fit just fine. Only thing is, it is just a shell so I wore fleece under because it was pretty cold. Worked well with the fleece pants under. When I didn't wear the fleece my butt froze everytime I sat down to strap in (however, I still stayed dry)
Good fit and just the right amount of pockets. I have the plaid pattern, so there are lots of pockets, but they blend in so it doesn't look like I'm pocket crazy. Like the material. Fit is loose, not too baggy, but room for movement
I love the way these pants fit me. I am 5'2 and the length is just right. I wish I could wear them everywhere. I've received many compliments on the fit and look. They are comfortable to ride in. I have the GMP yard dye and I adore them!
My wife bought these pants and loves them. They've got plenty of pockets and kept her warm and dry through all the falls learning to snowboard. She ordered them a couple of sizes large for layering and so they'd be baggy, so the adjustable waist really helps out. 5'4, 130 and she has room for 2-3 loose layers
I have this one in Hibiscus. Everyone thinks it's cute and color is sick. It is well-designed and feels very comfy. My only complaint is that the pants are a little short. It fits right without wearing my boots. I am 5'2 so I consider myself a short person. However, once I wear my boots and get on to ride, I really feel the pants can go a little bit longer
I bought these pants for my wife. She's a shorty and has a hard time fitting into women's pants - usually wearing girls' snowboarding. These pants in a XS fit her great (4'11, 100lb). The fit is slightly loose but not baggy and not too tight to be uncomfortable. The technical specs are on the low end but she could care less
I love these pants! They are probably an inch shorter than I would like, but they really make up for it in other features. The pants zip into the snow skirt of Burton jackets, and there are plenty of pockets with a clip for my season pass. Optional zipper by the ankle to adjust the flare. Overall, great pants
Got these pants at Tahoe Dave's last season. The color and fit are awesome. Enough room to add layers when it's super cold, but light enough that you won't burn up on warmer days. My only problem with these was they soaked through a couple times when it was super wet at the bottom of the mountain. Otherwise, awesome pants
I bought these pants for my wife. She's a shorty and has a hard time fitting into women's pants - usually wearing girls' snowboarding. The fit is slightly loose but not baggy and not too tight to be uncomfortable. The technical specs are on the low end but she could care less.
I got the mocha (dark brown) version of this pant and it looks awesome. I like the slightly slick satiny feel of the material. This is only a shell so layering is a must. The fit is fairly flattering for girls. I'd give this a perfect score if it weren't for the annoying waist adjusters which are located on the inside of the pant. Sometimes the velcro & sewn-in labels are chaffing against the skin.
I got the 2010 model in a medium in the firefly color and it's more of a highlighter yellow/greenish color than yellow like in the picture. They fit me more like a large but everything is adjustable so it's okay. The bottom is more flared than the picture as well. I don't like it that the part that covers the zipper at the bottom does not have a button or something to hold it and it kinda just flaps and makes the pants look even more flared at the bottom. I'm taking these back because I personally do not like the look. The quality is great though, what you would expect from burton. The feel of the fabric is really nice and the burton package (forgot what it was called) is really nice as well. Lots of pockets. Overall, these pants come with all the bells and whistles but the flared look really don't cut it for me
Got these for a basic spring rinding days. They won't keep you overly warm or dry if you are spending too much time sitting on snow. Good basic pair of pants - and I actually like the loose fit with short leg. Great colours too - yellow all the way for me.
My waist is about 27. So I ordered size M as the size chart. But when I got the pants, they were way too big. Even with the thermal & pants underneath, I still had like 3-4 left. So, I exchanged for size S. It fits fine with a few inches space for thermal/underpants. I'm about 5'5, the length are just right for size S. The pants feel kinda thin. I haven't tried them on the slope yet. I guess I will be able to tell how warm they are after I get to try them next season. I would suggest to order one size smaller if you go by the size chart
I am in between a size Small and Medium. So I went with the Medium because I thought I could use the inside waist adjusters to fit me better. They ended up with almost an inch and half of fabric gaping out and it just did not look right. Seemed to fit more like a Large.