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The Burton TWC Women's Sassy Pant has serious style―it puts a whole new spin on the term, "Sassy Pants." But, hey, it's pretty spot-on because the pant has a funky fresh look and a slim fit, which shows off your curves while you shred. If lookin' good were all you were going for on the hill, you could wear normal pants, but you need weather protection; the three-layer DryRide Durashell blocks out wind and moisture, so you can kill it on the hill all day. The fully taped seams also do their part to prevent moisture from seeping in. The Sassy Pant boasts Burton's Jacket-to-Pant interface and ghetto slits to round out the sassiness with functionality. Shaun White is a dude, but he knows a thing or two about style, as you can see by The White Collection.

  • 3-layer DryRide Durashell
  • Fully taped seams
  • Ghetto slits
  • Boot gaiters
  • Slim fit
  • Jacket-to-Pant interface
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    I tried these on in-store at Sport Chalet because I thought the concept was pretty sweet. I love skiing and boarding but I don't enjoy looking like a marshmallow too much. However, just like Lindsay, I thought that the knees were ridiculously tight (I didn't feel like I could move enough in them), the waistband was super low (I was constantly pulling them up from just walking around...) and I was also worried about whether or not these would even fit over ski or snowboard boots because they don't seem to be roomy enough at the bottom.

    Any thoughts?

    I'd like to hear a positive review from someone who's skiied/boarded in them because then I would feel more reassured in buying them.

    I own them, and love them. The knees do run small. I have a 25 waist, there are extra inches in the waist, but yes the knees are tight. However, the fit well everywhere other than the waist. I just wear a belt with them, and I have no problem. Plenty of room for movement, about to buy them in black. The small fits me, but not enough movement in knees :( So, I stuck with the medium. If you are good, everyone will notice you in these. If you suck, I wouldn't recommend them. Just sayin'

    wanted to love these :(

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

    I found these first on backcountry, but ordered them from Burton so I could try the XS and S (which were out of stock here). I love the look of the pant and really wanted them to work out. Per the other reviews, the fit is definitely very tight in the leg and weirdly proportioned.

    I'm 5'1 and 105, size 0/25 in jeans, with an athletic but not super-muscular build (i.e., not a cyclist but I have relatively muscular thighs and calves). The XS fit okay through the waist, hips and butt, but were so tight in the knees that I can't imagine skiing or boarding in them. The S were several inches too large in the waist and hips but still too tight in the knees. The waist is also a bit lower than I'd be comfortable with skiing/boarding in; seems likely to let a draft if not snow up your back.

    If you have twiggy legs and a square/boyish torso, these pants might work for you, but if you're at all muscular in the thigh/calf or pear-shaped...not worth the return shipping costs.

    Also, the material while nice is definitely just a shell layer.

    Small girl only alert.

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    The print on these pants are awesome, but when it comes to fit.. not so much. I am a 8/9 in jeans, and the XL pants were too short and too tight to ride in. These pants were made for thin girls. They were sent right back to burton.

    Unanswered Question

    Im comparing these with the North Face pants (I am loyal to their pants because of the fit and they are all I own) so am wondering about the fit... Is there any stretch? Any give? True to size?

    why only M is in sale??? I want S in sale...

    why only M is in sale???

    I want S in sale =(