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Burton Cargo Tall Pant - Men's

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Tech Specs

Material:
[membrane/laminate] DryRide (2-layer), [face fabric] (shade heather) polyester nylon blend, (other colorways) 100% polyester
Waterproof Rating:
10,000mm
Breathability Rating:
5000g/m²
Seams:
fully sealed
Fit:
regular
Pockets:
2 hand, 2 back, 2 cargo
Venting:
mesh-lined inner thigh zips
Waist:
belt loops
Recommended Use:
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Cargo Tall Pant

That "where's the flood" joke got old when you were about twelve, but you aren't going to hear any more jokes about your short cuffs when you're wearing the Men's Burton Cargo Tall Pants. With a longer length, they're made just for you.

The Cargo Tall pant provides protection where it counts. The DryRide Durashell membrane and fully taped seams handle nasty winter storms, but if it gets too warm, you can dump heat in a hurry by popping open the mesh-lined Test-I-Cool vents. Expandable boot gaiters slide over your boots to keep snow from finding its way in.

Burton also includes reinforced hems with cuff elevators so you don't shred your pants walking through the parking lot at the end of the day. Finally, you can protect your valuables or just warm your digits with the fleece-lined, zippered front hand pockets.

  • Technical snow pants for long-legged riders
  • DryRide membrane provides waterproof protection in the pow
  • Mesh-lined thigh vents dump heat when working hard
  • Generous side pockets stash all the days essentials
  • Longer cut is a rare luxury for the taller folks
  • Regular fit leaves room for layers on the colder days
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Did not fit

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: Large

I wear a 35x35 comfortably in jeans and other pants, but these were tight around the waist and thighs but would be very uncomfortable with any insulating layers. The length was disappointing too; if it wasn't on the tag I wouldn't have known they were a tall size. They say regular fit, but in the thighs, they fit like my skinny jeans. Seem to be designed for the bar and not the steeps, but build quality is good and I don't see them falling apart on people.

Looks good feels good

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

They fit great and keep me warm in below freezing weather. The crotch zipper is huge and lots of sweet pockets.

Very decent

    Fits well, soft, well insulated and water proof. The air out zipper does not completely close so a little bit of wind can get it but I'm pretty satisfied with these pants.

    Close but not quite.

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    Yay, pants for long legs!!! These were comfortable and I loved the way they set up the venting. I like pockets. I stepped outside at 32F and most of me was warm except my knees which immediately froze along with my butt. Curious. Not a deal breaker. Maybe that's intentional. The backside also did not stay up when I bent over but I am a woman wearing men's pants and some just fit me oddly. Most,however, fit me well. Levi's and Carharts all stay up fine. I would need a belt just for that even though they fit quite snug. The pockets are perhaps too techy for me. There was velcro along the opening of the thigh pockets that scratched my hands terribly which was made worse by how tight the opening was. I could slide a cell phone in one and a small flat snack in the other so I should not complain. I'd still look slick instead of lumpy. I loved the flap design. I suppose if I crashed I would want things to stay in but a zipper could have done that without the pain. It really hurt my hands. The waist pockets had the zipper but I like to jam my hands in there and there was no way that was happening. Maybe tall men have dainty hands. I don't. Good for a hanky and some chapstick and anyway, who skis with their hands in their pockets.
    These pants are probably a 34" inseam. Too short for me with my 36" inseam. I will wait for the ultra long and big handed version.

    Burton

    Men's Outerwear
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    Chest

    34 - 36in

    (86 - 91cm)

    36 - 38in

    (91 - 97cm)

    38 - 40in

    (97 - 102cm)

    40 - 42in

    (102 - 107cm)

    42 - 45in

    (107 - 114cm)

    45 - 48in

    (114 - 122cm)

    Waist

    28 - 30in

    (71 - 76cm)

    30 - 32in

    (76 - 81cm)

    32 - 34in

    (81 - 86cm)

    34 - 36in

    (86 - 91cm)

    36 - 39in

    (91 - 99cm)

    39 - 42in

    (99 - 107cm)

    Hips

    34 - 36in

    (86 - 91cm)

    36 - 38in

    (91 - 97cm)

    38 - 40in

    (97 - 102cm)

    40 - 42in

    (102 - 107cm)

    42 - 45in

    (107 - 114cm)

    45 - 48in

    (114 - 122cm)

    Garment Inseam

    Short 30.5in (77cm)

    Regular 32.5in (83cm)

    Tall 34.5in (88cm)

    Body Inseam

    31in

    (79cm)

    MID FIT JACKET - a literal middle ground between traditional on-snow performance and street style
    ARTICULATED FIT JACKET - our most performance-oriented fit, shaped to mirror the body's natural movements
    CLASSIC FIT JACKET - a standard jacket fit cut with room to move and layer
    ARTICULATED FIT PANTS - our most performance-oriented fit, shaped to mirror the body's natural movements
    MID FIT PANTS - a literal middle ground between traditional on-snow performance and street style
    CLASSIC FIT PANTS - Burton's tried-and-true fit has room to layer and is not too baggy
    SLIM FIT PANTS - streetwear appeal for the fashion-forward crowd
    SLOUCH FIT PANTS - a lower rise and straight leg styling that is slightly tailored at the knee for rider-friendly mobility
    How to Measure:
    For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
    Chest:
    Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
    Waist:
    Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
    Garment Inseam:
    Using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.
    Hips:
    Measure around the fullest part of your hips.
    Body Inseam:
    Measure from the top of your inner thigh along your leg to the bottom of your ankle.