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You’re on the mountain to ride your ass off, not to win some fashion contest, which is why you’d rather wear Burton Women’s Cadence Snowboard Pant. The Cadence’s relaxed Team Fit gives you plenty of room to bend for grabs, and the Burton’s Dryride Durashell fabric and fully taped seams keep you dry from first chair to last. But don’t worry, this pant isn’t all about business; Burton endowed it with plenty of gritty style that demands as much respect as your riding does.

  • Jacket-to-pants interface connects your Burton outerwear items to create a full-body barrier to snow
  • Gaiter with cuff-to-boot interface keeps snow from getting down your boot
  • Leg lift straps and reinforced hems protect cuffs from mud, salt, slimy restroom floors and your own boot heel
  • Mesh-lined inseam zip vents help you keep your cool when you’re getting jibby
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Just what I wanted

    These pants are baggy! Loose and long. The tech is good - water beads right off. They are not really the best at cutting the wind and if you use them on a really cold day you will need some heavy layers (at least there's plenty of room).

    The grass stain is a mustard green color. The black and the grass stain have a subtle pattern on them. I think it's fine on the grass stain - but it looks kind of cheap on the black.

    The satin lining is awesome - makes movement really smooth...

    great pant - wack color

      I ordered this pant thinking they would look great with my brown Burton jacket, but when I saw them in person they were a weird color green. Also, they have a small pattern on them that I was not into. I wish Burton would ease up on their steezy stuff for us old folks (and by old I mean 24).

      Hey Nice Pants

        Just got the grass stain pants - the first pair of snowboard pants that fit me since the plain ol cheap Burton Pants of 7 years ago. Not too skinny...finally! I can stretch with snowboard pants on! BTW - I returned the grass stain as it is more of a wheat grass pea soup (very bright - a cross between yellow and bright green, not the muted beigy tan-ish green it looks like in the pic) and am awaiting the black.

        Runs large

          I measured my waist and bought the appropriate size according to the Burton sizing chart, but found it to be several inches too large around the waist even with thermals on underneath them.
          Otherwise seemed to be a great product.

          How is the fit? With layers and knee pads...

          How is the fit? With layers and knee pads should I size up or go with what the size chart says?