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Burton Poacher Snowboard Pants 2014

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Specs

Material: DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer Nylon Dobby Fabric
Insulation:
  • Non Insulated
Fabric Waterproof:
  • 10,000mm
Fabric Breathability:
  • 5,000g
Fit:
  • Loose
Venting:
  • Yes
  • Mesh-Lined Vents
Seams Taped: Fully
Pockets: 1 cargo, 2 front, 2 rear
Jacket - Pants Connections: Yes
Gaiters: Yes
Recco Reflector: No
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Poacher Snowboard Pants

Penthouse performance at bargain basement pricing. Without a doubt the best deal going.
Get the most for your well-earned coin with the all-out performance and premium finishes of the best-selling Poacher Pant. Rider-driven design improvements include Cuff Elevators to prevent parking lot tatters, and upgraded fabrications for a supple and sophisticated feel. Available with or without insulation, the Poacher includes all the necessities like inner thigh vents, a tweak-ready articulated fit, and a chairlift-friendly cargo pocket with internal stash.

Key Features of the Burton Poacher Snowboard Pants:
  • WATERPROOFING: DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer Nylon Dobby Fabric [10,000MM, 5,000G]
  • Recycled Bottle Polyester Printed Ripstop Fabric [Forest M13 Camo and Pipeline Smoke Fade Colorways]
  • WARMTH: mapped with 3M Thinsulate Insulation [40G Throughout] and Taffeta Lining [Insulated Colorways]
  • WARMTH: mapped with Mesh Lining [Non-Insulated Colorways]
  • Sig Fit
  • Fully Taped Seams
  • Cargo Pocket with Zippered Lift Access Pocket
  • Anti-Scuff Cuffs
  • Ghetto Slits
  • Cuff Elevators
  • Includes Men's Burton Pant Features Package
  • * Select Colorways Available with or without Insulation
All Men's Pants Feature:
  • DRYRIDE Fabrication with DWR Coating [Excluding GORE-TEX Styles]
  • Mesh-Lined Vents
  • Fully Taped Seams
  • Zippered, Microfleece-Lined Handwarmer Pockets
  • Jacket-to-Pant Interface
  • Boot Gaiter with Cuff-to-Boot Interface
  • Headphone Cable Port
  • Engineered Articulation
  • Integrated Waist Adjustment
  • Ghetto Slits
  • Anti-Scuff Cuffs
  • Cuff Elevators

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Burton Poacher Snowboard Pants
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Diane S: birthday present for my son Feb 18, 2014
Michael M: I like the way these pants fit and can throw some extra stuff in the extra pocket on the left side. After putting on my mid layer hot chili pants and a mid weight fleece over the chilies these keep me fairly warm. As long as its not below 0 degrees I'm good. I bought three different pairs. I'm 50 and my standard black Spyder jacket allows me to alternate between colored pants to try to keep in with that so called "youthful" mind set and today's/ revolving style. Jan 19, 2014
A A: burton makes a good product Jan 7, 2014
Michele H: cause i couldn't find red snowboarding pants in the stores. However, I had a coupon code for 5% off and it did not take it off my total! Jan 3, 2014
Shaukat S: Needed snowboarding pants that don't fall off. Dec 29, 2013
Marc P: Exactly what I need and it works perfect Dec 24, 2013
Ashley R: because my husband said so Dec 17, 2013
Julie M: My son loves them! Dec 16, 2013
Karen M: My boy needs new pants, he picked these!! Dec 15, 2013
Ricardo D: Awesome color, great brand, and best an excellent price. Dec 11, 2013
kathy G: my son wanted for xmas Dec 10, 2013
Tim J: Because my son would get ice burn on his ass without these. Dec 6, 2013
Adam H: Brand reputation; Nice styling and feature list Dec 6, 2013
julie s: burton and color Dec 2, 2013
Julie C: Classic and can layer. Had good reviews and the price was good. Dec 2, 2013
ANDREY E: Blazed is awesome! (= Dec 1, 2013
Benjamin R: Good price Nov 29, 2013
Robert N: Best value. Nov 29, 2013
Tammy G: My son found these pants on your website and really liked them. Nov 28, 2013
bryan r: price Nov 27, 2013
Jared G: sexy Nov 12, 2013
Kyle C: burton has the best gear Nov 12, 2013
Kelly P: comfortable! Oct 28, 2013
Nicholas B: The Poacher pants seemed to have the best fit and features for the best deal. Sep 13, 2013
A shopper asked: Do these pants fit true to size or do they run "large" being geared towards snowboarders who might prefer a baggier fit? Feb 2, 2014
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mmcgarry: When will there be a size large be in??!! Feb 23, 2014
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Aaron E asked: How water proof are these pants? Nov 28, 2013
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Roy MStaff: Fully taped with a waterproof rating of 10K puts these in the 'very' waterproof range. Nothing will protect you when falling into a creek but the 10k will keep any water from the lift drip or melting as you sit on snow from penetrating the pants.
Can't go wrong with the Burton Poachers - buy with confidence...you'll be good.
Nov 30, 2013
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Kye S: Well if you mean by water proof, do you mean will you get wet while skiing or snowboarding? The answer to this is you'll stay dry in them. Dec 4, 2013
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Jared G: I'm sorry. I haven't used them yet. Hopefully soon Nov 28, 2013
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JJHertz asked: Are these lined with Thinsulate or is it removable? Oct 9, 2013
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Matt GStaff: These Burton Poacher Snowboard Pants are non-insulated. The description will be changed momentarily.

If you're looking for the insulated version of the pants check out the Burton Poacher Insulated Snowboard Pants link here » http://www.the-house.com/bt4poai02tbk14zz-burton-snowboard-pants.html

*The insulated Poacher pants only come in True Black.
Oct 10, 2013
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Nicholas B: These pants do not have the removable liners, so I believe that it is thinsulate. For me the liners are just extra baggage. If you wear some long johns you should be fine. Oct 11, 2013
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Juan Marco Nicolas L: Hi JJ H. I don't really know what you mean by "lined with Thinsulate", but theres nothing removable on this pants. Oct 9, 2013
JJHertz: The description says :
•WARMTH: mapped with 3M Thinsulate Insulation [40G Throughout] and Taffeta Lining [Insulated Colorways]
•WARMTH: mapped with Mesh Lining [Non-Insulated Colorways]
I'm just not clear if they have insulation or not ( since it says both. I'm buying them for a present and he wants warm/ dry riding pants. The ones he has now are just mesh and Gore-Tex shells and he hates them.
I hope that clarifies my question. Any help is appreciated. -JJ Oct 9, 2013
Jorge asked: when you say "Jacket-to-Pant Interface" means to zip jacket to pant interface??? May 6, 2014
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Darrin D: Nope. Jacket-to-pant Interface refers to buttons on the belt loops of the pant that can snap into buttons on a jacket. I have never used them, kind of seems pointless to me.What really matters is that this pant is awesome and for the price you can't beat it. I got these at the beginning of the season and put just over a hundred days on them and they are still like new. One of the better pants i have purchased in quite sometime. May 6, 2014
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Matt GStaff: Hi Jorge,

Darrin is right, the Burton Poacher Snowboard Pants have loops that a jacket's powder skirt buttons can snap through. There are no zippers.
May 9, 2014
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Aaron E asked: Since they are shell pants does this not make them good for harsh conditions? Nov 29, 2013
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Roy MStaff: For sure they will. Layering is the key - even better than an insulated pair of snowboard pants. Get yourself some Merino wool base layer and you can stand anything that the winter will throw at you. Nov 30, 2013
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