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The Burton Men's TWC Tracker Pant is a no-nonsense snow pant designed to keep you dry when the lifts start running and the snow starts flying. A waterproof and breathable DryRide Durashell membrane and fully taped seams prevent unwanted moisture from ruining your afternoon on the slopes. Mesh-lined inner thigh vents enable sweat to escape when lapping the park or hiking the pipe.

  • DryRide Durashell membrane
  • Fully taped seams
  • Mesh-lined inner thigh vents
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Original look on the hill

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

These plaid black, grey, and white pants are slim fit and long for my husbands 34" inseam. He loved them. They look good with any color and easy to spot him on the hill. I got him bright orange pants a couple of seasons ago to spot him easily but now too many people have the same orange pants. They are edgy looking but will hopefully stay in style for a few years.

Great construction, Tight fit

    These are very stylish and functional for cold conditions, but Burton's supposed sizing guide of the "relaxed" Sig fit is a bit off with these pants. I am a true 32 inch waist with 32 inch inseam, and the upper legs on these snowboard pants are about as tight as my boxers. I don't think anyone with a waist over 32 inches can fit into these unless you are a skeleton..I wish I could exchange, but they are out of size Large in the style I selected, so I'm going to make due...

    Good fit, great for all conditions

    • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit:True to size

    I purchased these for my brother in size Large. He wears a size 32 pant and the large is perfect for him. Not too baggy not too tight either. In the past he wore more baggy snowboard pants and these are more of a regular fitting pant but he likes how comfortable they are.

    The inner thigh vents are always a plus, as he has worn them on warmer days and was comfortable and turned around a couple days later and it was cold and snowing and was still plenty warm.