Burton Total Impact Short - Women's

Burton Total Impact Short - Women's
Burton Total Impact Short - Women's
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Total Impact Short - Women's by Burton
Go after new tricks with gusto when wearing the Burton Women's Total Impact Shorts. Padding your tailbone, hips, and legs with patented G-Form Proprietary Impact Protection Technology, these flexible shorts become stiffer upon impact for protection from rails, boxes, jumps, and bulletproof snow. After the impact is over, the padding returns to its original state, for a flexible fit underneath snow pants and additional layers. These shorts are made of quick drying DryRide Ultrawick fabric for superior breathability and moisture wicking. A women-specific fit and rollover waistband keep you comfortable when you're hitting the slopes.

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SKU: BUR016R
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