Leave the backpack at home and hit the slopes with the Burton Cargo Regular Fit Pants. These pants not only offer protection from the elements as you ride your favorite mountain, but also have enough pocket storage to fit everything but the kitchen sink. Front, rear, and standard cargo pockets ensure that you've got space for snacks, maps, liner gloves, neck gaiters, and tools, so that when the getting's good you've got everything close by and won't need to head into the lodge to grab your gear. Meanwhile, waterproof DryRide technology protects you from powder day weather, and Burton's Living Lining provides climate-controlled comfort, keeping your heat trapped when you're cold and helping cool you down when you start to get a bit steamy. Speaking of cooling you down, these pants have got a set of mesh-lined inner thigh vents that quickly and effectively release heat after tough tree runs and long laps through the park. Internal boot gaiters stop snow from creeping up your legs when you slide out after going too big, and reinforced cuffs withstand abrasions from edges and boot rub when you drag your board back up the park to get a second chance on that feature.
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