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Burton Mid Layer First Layer Pants

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Specs

Material:
  • Blend
  • DRYRIDE Ultrawick Stretch Jersey
Insulation: Lightweight
Antibacterial:
  • Antibacterial
Antibacterial:
  • Antibacterial
Fly: No
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Mid Layer First Layer Pants

The Burton Mid Layer First Layer Pants are very great pants that will add to the layers you need while on the snow. It is a very great made pair of pants that won''t absorb your sweat and then freeze it while you are down the slopes. These pants have fabric that will keep you warm for as long as you need it. These pants are sold a very great price and have a lot of features that you may need later on. These pants are very mobile, durable, and comfortable. They are recommended for those who want comfort and warmth for a very cheap price.

Key Features of The Burton Mid Layer 1st Layer Pants:
  • Dryride Midweight
  • DRYRIDE Ultrawick Stretch Jersey
  • Quick-Drying and Highly Breathable
  • Stretch 360degrees for Unlimited Mobility
  • Stink-Proof Antimicrobial Finish
  • Chafe-Free Softlock Seams for comfort
  • Softwaist Logo Elastic Waistband

Discontinued Colors

Mid Layer


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "nice layer"

    , WALNUT, CA
    Pros: warm, Cons:

    serves the purpose. good buy.

  • "burton mid layer"

    , AL
    Pros: warm, durable, dry Cons:

    i used to snowboard with just shorts under my riding pants, but then i got burton mid layers and i wear them nearly every time i ride. they are warm and stay dry, not to mention they are real comfortable

  • "Perfect for those colder pow days"

    , LODI, CA
    Pros: Light weight, Very warm, Very comfortable Cons: None,

    I bought these right before several large storms at our local resort and I'm glad I did. These are a mid weight base layer and kept me warm and dry during some pretty heavy snow fall with very cold temps. I'm 6'-1 180 lbs and a large fit me perfect. They are very comfortable, not too tight, and are high quality. They would be too hot to wear on a spring day session, but just right during those colder days or during a storm.

  • "Good base layer"

    , Richmond Hill, ON
    Pros: Quick dry, Warm, Light Cons: Inseam stitching,

    I bought this base layer and it's been great for the price I paid. It's kept me warm and dry when I'm riding. Maybe this is just me, but I find that sometimes the inseam stitching makes things a bit uncomfortable. Other than that, it's good for the price.

  • "Excellent Base Layer"

    , rockville, MD
    Pros: Warm, Comfortable, Cons:

    Saw a pair of these on sale, so I thought I might as well get them for my upcoming Canada trip. Wasn't expecting much from it because it was such a deep discount, so I thought something was wrong. These ended up being super warm and comfortable, perfect base layer. It was rough or itchy like some base layers, just perfect!

  • "Base Layer That Does The Trick"

    , denver, CO
    Pros: Great Fabric Fell & Performance, Keep You Warm & Dry, Cons: they are not Shants :-),

    Great pair of base layer pants that work the magic of what a base layer should be. Great fabric feel, weight & performance that will keep you warm & dry all day on the hill. The only drawback to these pants is that they are not shants. (see my review of burton shants to read about the awesome-ness of shants)

  • "Good thermal"

    , tampa, FL
    Pros: Stays warm, Cons:

    I bought these a couple of months ago and used them for the first time today. They did the job well and kept me warm all day. They are pretty thin but still managed to keep my legs warm. I usually wear L and the L was a little large but I was still able to wear it. Definitely recommended.


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Michael S: Good base layer nuff said :) Jan 4, 2014