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Just say 'no' to too-short snow pants.

If you're closer in stature to the average basketball player than the average pint-sized pro shredder, you're probably sick of highwater pants that don't even cover your boots. The Burton Cargo Tall Pant is here to ease your pain. With fully taped seams, waterproof DryRide fabric, and an extra-long inseam, you'll stay fully protected from not only the elements, but wack style as well.

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5 5

No more highwaters

These pants are great for the longer-legged snowboarder that usually have to size up to get length but don't want the extra width. These fit perfectly through the waist and were extra long and super steezy. If you're a taller guy, these are the pants you've been looking for.

5 5

Nice to have pants long enough!!

I'm 6'5" and 170Lbs and it's really nice to finally have some pants that are actually long enough for me! I got the a large and it's plenty long but just a bit big in the waist but there is enough adjustment in the waist that I can wear them without a belt. construction seems very good and the pockets are of practical layout and all close securely.

5 5

Works for the tall man

I am 6'7" and wear a 36" inseam so I originally bought the XXL, but the waist was way too big because I am a thinner build. I returned them and got the XL and they work great. Even though it's a 34" inseam, they are plenty long after I have my boots and gear on. Great waterproofing as well. These were the cheapest pants I could find for my size, and I would definitely recommend them.

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I'm 6'1 and wear a 32x34 pair of jeans....

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I'm 6'1 and wear a 32x34 pair of jeans. What size would I need for these?

I'm a really tall snowboarder (6ft 9in) I...

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I'm a really tall snowboarder (6ft 9in) I typically wear pants with a 36-38 inch inseam. My current pants are too short, are there any pants out there that'll fit me? Thanks.

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Will this is pant runs with the following inseams

Large 34''
Xl 35''
XXL 36''

Hope that helps a little

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Hey Will, yeah tough sell... your best bet is to get with another mfg that actually makes tall outerwear; Arc'teryx, TNF, etc... gonna be spendy but at least you will get what you need...

do these fit big or small. Im 5' 11" with...

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do these fit big or small. Im 5' 11" with a 32 waist, dont know if i should get the med or the large

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go with the medium. you still get a long 33-inch inseam and the right waist size.

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thanks, they are a little baggier then i thought but the size fits perfect

4 5

My new favorite

I got these in an XL even though I only have a 33" waist because I like em' baggy. The inseam could be a little longer, (mine wasn't quite 34 inches) but otherwise the fit was great. They have a really functional cut to them and they are also pretty lightweight which makes them feel like pajamas. I am 6 foot even and I highly recommend these pants to taller riders who hate highwaters and don't want to rock the "twizzle-sticks." Say no to short inseams!

5 5

No more highwaters

I'm 6'6" and these are my favorite pants. They fit nice and long...not insanely baggy, just long. It's nice to be able to look like a normal snowboarder instead of Steve Urkel. Good waterproofing, fabric feels mobile and not too crunchy. Awesome shell pant for the price.

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Did you get the XL? I'm 6'5 so I was just curious

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knowing stashquatch, i bet he got the XLz

5 5

Tried and True Classic

Loose fitting with room for all your junk. Great price and extreme waterproofing.