Burton Avalon Bib Pant - Women's

Burton Avalon Bib Pant - Women's
Burton Avalon Bib Pant - Women's
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Avalon Bib Pant - Women's by Burton
Allow the Burton Avalon Bib Pant to be your ethereal island of dryness and warmth in the middle of a deep powder day, and soggy pants will never send you home early again. Like its mythical namesake, the Avalon provides a place of refuge as you surf through bottomless white stuff, with a full bib to stop snow from sneaking its way into your back when you crash. Burton constructs the entire pant out of its DRYRIDE Durashell fabric so you won't soak through when you're earning free refills on a storm day, lining it with soft, stretchy taffeta to wick moisture with a little help from inner thigh vents. Fleece-lined hand pockets keep you warm when you're waiting at the car, and a chest pocket provides easy access to essentials you want to keep close. Adjust the bib straps to get the right fit, and use the drop seat construction to get back outside faster during a quick midday bathroom stop. Best of all, Burton nailed the relaxed fit of the Avalon, so you can enjoy riding in a pant that fits like a trendy pair of baggy overalls but still moves with you on the mountain.

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SKU: BUR01G1
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