1.0 out of 5 stars | Same Item...2 Different Brands :(
Color: True Black New
Ordered 2 different sizes from this same “Burton” store; the Large was true to the Burton brand, however the XL was a knock-off brand that someone had slapped a Burton tag on. Be careful to check closely at the inside tags when your order arrives!
Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2020 by Brittany S.
5.0 out of 5 stars | Plenty of pockets, size is EXACT fit.
The fit seems to be the hot-button issue on these. I am a consistent 32 waist size so let me tell you that the mediums (32-34) will be EXACTLY that size. They will fit like normal pants will. This may be great for some and not so great for others. Remember, these are only a shell pant, there is new thick fleece lining like some pants. So if you are someone who wants to be extremely warm and wear a pair of pants underneath your shell GO A SIZE UP. I'm not kidding, there's a strap on the inside of the waist band that will tighten more than enough if you feel like you have too much room after the size up. For me, I'm comfortable enough wearing long underwear under a shell and calling it a day, so the Mediums fit exactly as expected. TL;DR - Size up if you want to wear warm clothes underneat, exact size if you're comfortable with the shell and underwear. As far as the pants themselves, I haven't been able to test them that much yet, but I do appreciate the double latching system on almost all the pockets. There is a latch (button or velcro) on the outside, and then velcro on the inside of the pockets as well. NOTHING should fall out of your pockets EVER. The top side pockets, where you normally put your hands, are zippered but are the exception to the two latch system. This is understandable though for ease of access. The key/lift ticket/whatever strap on the inside of the left pocket is an excellent touch. Favorite part though? The ball cooling system.... No joke, there's a patented "Test-I-Cool" zipper on the crotch that opens the area up to about an inch wide of breathable mesh. Test-I-Cool... I can't make this up, good job, Burton xD
Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2017 by Drew M.
5.0 out of 5 stars | L vs XL
I tried the Large 1st and it fit perfect like pants, but that was too small for me to be active in, so I went for the XL and that provides the extra room I wanted to squat lower and move around, plus add some impact shorts underneath. The crotch seems to me to be the restrictive area in fitting them. I am 5'11" 175lb and wear a 33/34w x 32/34L in most stuff comfortably. The Large gave me about 1 or 2 fingers that I could insert in the waist and they ride low on your waist, on the hips more than above them. The XL was much bigger I feel in the waist, but didn't seem to add more length. The butt is much fuller too on the XL. The benefit though for me is the larger crotch area and having the pants ride a little higher than right on my hips. The Large fits better and looks more tailored if you are more style oriented, but for me, if I am going to be moving around aggressively they are too constrictive in the crotch in the Large if you move to more than a 1/3 to a 1/2 squat.
Reviewed in the United States on November 22, 2015 by John
5.0 out of 5 stars | These are the best snow pants I have ever owned
These are the best snow pants I have ever owned. Fit perfect. Kept me warm and dry. I'm the kind of guy who starts every purchase with a google search of "best "product i'm looking for" on the market". Then I go from there. They are exactly what I was looking for and exactly what should be expected from an awesome brand like Burton. You really get what you pay for.
Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2018 by Adam F
5.0 out of 5 stars | Water Resistant, Not Waterproof.
Color: Bog Heather New
Just got back from a session at the mountain, it was snowing pretty hard, I had on Under Armor base layers and the Burton Jacket, Gloves, and Pants on. It was around 30 degrees outside, and the snow melted quite quickly, the fabric definitely showed that it was getting soaked, the inner lining never broke though so all I had was the wet water feeling. Overall this is a good product, its not designed for heavy rain or any sort but light snow and powder days they work pretty well, I got mine tailored because im 5'2". The "living lining" works i think and with the base layers I had on I stayed pretty warm. I would def buy again if I happen to break them but just be aware on heavy snow/rain you will be soaked. Great Product!
Reviewed in the United States on March 24, 2021 by Sylvester
5.0 out of 5 stars | Great quality. Great price.
Color: Mood Indigo
Haven’t been in the snow yet, but my fiancé loves this brand and trusts it. The pants came in and felt great, true to size, and comfortable for him to move around in. He loved the color, and is excited to make his debut in these on the slopes this winter! We live in Texas and in an apartment so we can only keep a limited amount of snow clothing, so we only want quality items. If you are like us and want the most quality for the best price, these are your pants!
Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2019 by Amazon Customer
2.0 out of 5 stars | Comfy, but not water resistant.
Color: Bog Heather New
Not very water resistant. Very comfy though. Ended up with a surprise powder day and about an hour into the day the snow that was falling began to be absorbed into the thighs on the pants. By the afternoon the thighs were totally iced over. I will spray some camp dry and see if tht helps, just feel like they should have repelled the water a bit better for only the third time wearing them. Also, they are pretty thin so you’ll need a good base layer under them.
Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2020 by Matt Larkin
4.0 out of 5 stars | Fit was very tight on my 36 waist
I am always a 36x34, maybe even with some extra room in the waist, closer to a 35. The ones I ordered are supposed to fit a 36 waist according to the chart, but they are very tight on my waist. Otherwise, they are excellent ski pants. I just better not gain any weight whatsoever or I won't fit.
Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2018 by Jason