The Burton Cargo Short pants handle any all-mountain adventure you can throw at them, whether you're ducking through snow-covered trees or throwing tricks in the park. DryRide waterproof material stands up to snow and ice, keeping water from soaking in when you find some knee-deep freshies off the beaten path, while Burton's Living Lining technology ensures a comfortable, climate-controlled environment. If the day warms up or you're working harder than usual, inner-thigh vents open up quickly to cool you down in a flash. Meanwhile, you've got stretchy boot gaiters and reinforced cuffs to keep snow from creeping up your legs, all with a shorter, 30. 5in inseam that'll give a more precise fit for shorter riders. Not to mention the insane amount of pocket storage you've got that'll help you leave the backpack in the lodge when you head out for a long day.
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