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Burton Duffey GORE-TEX Pant - Women's

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sale $159.96 Original price:$199.95

Duffey Gore-Tex Pant

You ride through all conditions, so you need pants that can keep up. The Burton Duffey Gore-Tex Pants keep you dry and comfortable throughout long days on the slopes. The Gore-Tex membrane seals out snow and slush while allowing vapor to escape, ensuring that you can ride through long days and finish with dry baselayers. The Duffey is insulated with a light layer of ThermoLite to block chills on cold lift rides, and has mesh-lined vents at the inner thighs so you can release heat when you're riding hard. Leg Lifts use snaps to secure the cuffs, eliminating abrasions from parking lot shenanigans, and the cuffs are reinforced to protect them while extended.
  • Insulated pants for snowboarding and skiing
  • Waterproof Gore-Tex seals out melting snow
  • Lightweight ThermoLite insulation traps in warmth
  • Mesh-lined vents allow excess heat to escape
  • Leg Lifts snap closed to prevent abrasions
  • Reinforced cuffs resist scuffing
  • Item #BURZ8DU

[membrane/laminate] GORE-TEX (2-layer), [lining] Embossed Living (taffeta)
40G ThermoLite
Waterproof Rating
Breathability Rating
fully sealed
2 zippered hand, 2 hook-and-loop back
mesh-lined inner thigh zip
Recommended Use
all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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>Rating: 4

Good quality pants but run VERY large

I returned this product before using it
Runs large
Size Bought
5` 5"
123 lbs

I bought these Duffy pants along with another pair of khaki green pants - same color but another brand - and have to return these. The Duffy pants are high quality: nice material and not as crunchy as some Goretex products. Good, deep pockets, zippers, etc. But they run really, really, large. I'm 5'5" and 123 lbs and always take a small in Burton and most other brands. But I'd have to take an XS or XXS in these pants. Maybe they were meant to run oversized? They're also quite long.

>Rating: 5

Love these pants!

I've used it several times
Runs large
Size Bought
5` 6"
125 lbs

Love these pants! Wore them an entire week on the mountain and while we walked around the town. Super flattering and comfortable. The length was perfect for me, but they did run a little big around the waist and thighs. I’m definitely ordering another pair, possibly in an extra small.

>Rating: 2

Way too big

I returned this product before using it
Runs large
Size Bought
5` 3"
135 lbs

I ordered a Medium in these and they were huge and way to long! I have owned the same pair of Burton snowboard pants for 14 years, had three kids and still LOVE them, but they are just not waterproof any longer. So I have been on the hunt for pants for the last 4 months! I have been to every store in my town in person to try on all the brands and nothing seems to be fitting me. It is seriously so frustrating! I put in 20- 30 days a year XC, snowboarding, some back country and snow biking (my new fav) I am having the hardest time finding snowboarding pants to fit my body type. Who designs these pants?? I bought these thinking the higher waist would be nice, I mean who the heck wants low rider pants when you are snowboarding? That's the worst idea, you get snow in them. Honestly, snow gear companies need a major re-design of women's snow pants. I am almost 5'3, 135lbs athletic build with hips, glutes and muscular thighs. The last three pants I have tried are either way too long and will drag on the ground, or way too tight in the thighs and too roomy in the waist, so it looks like a bag around waist. I need to be able to squat down, pick up my kids if they fall and have room for different underlayers depending on the conditions. I almost gave up until finally I found a pair of Volcom bibs with stretch that fit me! I really wanted Gore-Tex but I can't find ANY Gore-Tex pants that fit me, I have tried them all on.

@Kendra - I could not agree more with your comments. I too have had many Burton pants in my past and loved them all. I have had 2 children in the last couple years and still fit into my old Burton pants yet they are not water resistant any longer (I've put many days on them). Now that my children will be in lessons and I am able to get back on the mountain I need a good pair of pants. Yet after ordering and trying on over 18+ pants, I have not been able to find a single pair that come close to fitting and it makes me upset that the men's selection seem to fit athletic women better. I am 5'5", 155lbs athletic build. I have played soccer my whole life and always had muscular thighs and glutes. Women need quality snowboarding pants created for women who really want to ride, not just for show. Men's pants are not low cut, they are not slim/skinny fit, they allow for mobility and flex, they are functional. Bring back the old Burton women's pants where women who were athletic could actually fit into your pants and do more than just stand there to look cute.