- Name: 2010 Burton Cargo Snowboard Pants Men's
- Pros: keep you warm and dry, inseam vents, tough construction
- Cons: zip interface won't work with most jackets,
- Pant Fit: Just right
- My Size: L
- Fits Like: L
- Description: feels great. a bit long though
i'm 6ft 215 lbs. couldn't decide between L and XL for this pant, but i'm glad i chose L. i have worn the waist adjusted all the way big for the season, but as i shred and lose a little weight, i have some room to adjust the waste smaller now. the legs are a bit long on me, but the cargos have a nifty little strap that lets you roll the legs up and keep them rolled up when you are walking around the base area/parking lot. pretty handy.
the pants are tough. i have used and abused mine this season. been out 26 times so far. i have fallen and slid around in ice, washed the pants countless times, they still continue to hold up well. interestingly, i somehow managed to put a couple of small pinpoint holes in the front of my thigh on the right pant leg. i have kept an eye on the holes through wash and use after wash and use and the holes have not gotten bigger or spread.
in the rainy snow the pants tend to soak through the first layer but it never gets through to your skin. my only real complaint is that pants and jackets should interface universally, and it seems like if anyone was gonna set the standard it should be the forward-thinking people at Burton. no matter what i try, i just can't get the zipper on the pants to lock in to the buttons on my jacket.