Burton Mens Cargo Pant Regular Fit


  • 100% Other Fibers
  • Imported
  • Zipper closure
  • Hand Wash
  • Regular fit is just right: Not too tight or too baggy
  • DRYRIDE two-layer fabric [10,000MM, 10,000G] is waterproof and breathable for outstanding weather protection
  • Living Lining mapped with taffeta and mesh regulates body temperature, adapting to ups and downs of your activity


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Loose-fitting for layering, with plenty of pockets so you never need to visit the lodge, the Burton Cargo Pant is a tried-and-true classic shell pant, ready for any weather. Available in two different fits, choose Burton's classic Sig Fit (seen here) or the team-favorite and more modern Mid Fit which offers a slightly more tailored and less baggy look. Like all Burton pants, it's stacked with standard features, including venting options for hiking, reinforced cuffs that can be elevated above mud, tweak-friendly articulated knees and an audio port in the pocket so you can still listen to music when wearing just a hoodie. Select colorways available in short and tall lengths.

Product details
  • Package Dimensions : 22.05 x 10.71 x 2.68 inches; 1.8 Pounds
  • Item model number : 131661
  • Department : Mens
  • Date First Available : August 1, 2019
  • Manufacturer : Burton Snowboards
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,965 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
    • #212 in Men's Outdoor Recreation Pants
    • #26132 in Men's Shops
    • #24 in Men's Snowboarding Pants

I think they'd probably stay up without a belt, if I wear them over expedition-wt base layer with expedition-wt base layer top tucked in, which was what I was wearing when the package arrived. Correction. On top, I've got a merino wool lightweight base layer underneath heavyweight layer up top.

Anyone with a 35- or 36-inch waist, I'd recommend you go up to a large, if you layer up at all.

If you want to pull them on and off over blue jeans, which I don't recommend, go a size up. These are pants. Not just over-pants. You can wear them over a good base layer, and be comfortable on the slopes and in the lodge, without a costume change. And your keys and money will still be in your zippered front pockets at the end of the day, no matter how many spills you take. I'm lounging in them, now, and can tell they are quite warm, but not uncomfortably warm at about 55 degrees, Fahrenheit. or about 15 Celsius.

Seems like a high-quality product. Sorry I haven't tested 'em, yet. Will update if they suck. Otherwise, it all good.

That said, nice pants. Should hold up skiing, and they do indeed have nice cargo pockets. Handwarmer pockets are fleece-lined. No idea how that'll stand up to wet, abraded hands over the long haul, but I'm usually pretty skeptical. But should be nice and warm while they last, depending on how much I beat up my hands when I'm usin' 'em.

You shop for ski/snowboard pants and you see outrageous prices in ski shops. To find a $170 pant for just $125 (as of Feb 09, 2020) that has so many great features and uses first-rate materials is a real bargain. I bought a pair of North Face pants for $160 that were average at best and returned them and kept the Burton's. Very happy with these pants. I'm 5'8", 180 lbs, 30" inseam, 34" waist and bought the Large (Regular) and they're a good fit for me. I like my belt-line to ride kinda low. Where The North Face pants belt-line was up around my navel (or if I put the belt-line where I like it the crotch hung way too low), the crotch to belt-line of these Burton's is much less and fits me a lot better. The Royal Blue is just a little on the purple side, but the overall color is bright and vibrant. Great pants.

I'm a bit torn on these pants. I love the construction, they're tough, relatively light and vent well. But they run very large. I wear a 32/32 jean normally and got am M. They still need a belt and the legs are VERY long, even for snowboard pants. Impossible to wear with regular shoes even if you hitch them way up grandpa style. The other big problem with them is that if it's at all wet conditions your butt is gonna get SOAKED. These do not repel water well.

Not that huge a deal for me as a local, I'll just wear them on dry days. But if you're looking to have a 'one pair' for occasional trips to the mountain look elsewhere.

Pants are awesome...lots of pockets, vents go all the way through (from knee to knee) and help out allot when that area down there needs to cool down ;). my last burton snowboard pants were from 8+ years ago and honestly they are still in fair condition. (Im probably not your average rider because there have been seasons ive gone up 20+ times) i just wanted a new pair and got a great deal. Just some caution, these pants run smaller than average so i would advise you get a size up if you want some room....they may be a little pricey but my experience with burton snow pants is that they last forever so its definitely worth the price

I wish these boarding pants had fit my 17 year old son, who is 6"1' and about 150 lbs. I ordered a medium in these pants. He is long-waisted and fit, so while the length of these was fine, the waist was much too big even using the velcro size adjusters on the waistband. I think they would be fine for someone with even a 'normal' men's waist size b/c my son's waist is really really flat. A size small is too short (we tried them on in a store) so I would recommend these if your sizing is regularly a medium. They are as described and would be perfect for a boarder-- heavy but not too heavy, and pockets where you want them. A bummer to have to return them!

They arrived on time. Love these snowboarding pants so much, bought 2 colors. Even though they are not insulated, they are very comfortable in the snow. I recommend wearing a layer underneath though. They have plenty of Secured zipper pockets for all your storage needs. One of my favorite features is the clip for your car keys inside the right pocket. The zipper vents Are excellent for warmer days. The drawstrings at the bottom of the legs helps keep your pant legs from dragging on the floor. All around the perfect snowboarding pants with plenty of awesome features.

These snow pants were just way too small for the size !!! It seemed more like it was a junior fit.

after 2 lifts on an open ski lift chair my butt literally became wet during snowy day ~32F. no sitting on the snow, no falls, just 2 times landed my butt on a chair.

Exactly what you would've expected from a stellar brand such as Burton. The quality is perfect, was seating on a wet ski lift for extended periods and didn't get wet. The pockets are waterproof, the overall wind/water isolation is excellent and I had no problem being in them with 1 layer beneath (long Johns/leggings). They are somewhat thin so having them on without another layer might be risky for a really cold day (e.g. -20°C or less). But even on temps around -10 wearing only them might be comfortable for some. Haven't gotten into my way when moving and jumping, as if I wasn't wearing them. Only the best from Burton!