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Burton Lucky Snowboard Pants - Women's

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Description

All that white fluffy snow can make life tough if you're not protected against the cold, so slip on the weather protection of the Burton Lucky Snowboard Pants for women to ride in comfort this season. With 10,000 mm of waterproof protection and a 5,000 g breathability rating, the DryRide Durashell outer of these ladies' snow pants repel moisture with a cool performance feel, even when hiking. Fully taped seam construction provides durable leak prevention, and in a comfortable loose Sig fit with a soft taffeta lining, you'll get to the hill in luxury with cool cargo pocket style in the Lucky snowboard pants.

Specifications

Key Features of the Burton Lucky Snowboard Pants:
  • 10,000mm Waterproof
  • 5,000g Breathability
  • DRYRIDE Durashell 2-Layer Coated Woven Twill Fabric [10,000MM, 5,000G]
  • Sig Fit
  • Taffeta Lining
  • Mesh-Lined Inner Thigh Vents
  • Fully Taped Seams
  • Includes Women's Burton Pant Features Package

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Review Summary

4.8 out of 5

9 Reviews

9 Ratings & Reviews

KT
from


April 10, 2010

Love these snowboard pants! Fit was right on and the pants are so stylish. I'm saying goodbye to my old frumpy pants...hello, Lucky Pants


Iskender Buyuk
from


April 28, 2010

I bought these pants for my girlfriend. It keeps dry and warm. Sig Fit is the ideal fit size in Burton. It is very comfortable. Awesome quality. Thanks altrec.com


ketzle
from Hershey, Pennsylvania


October 27, 2010

These pants are not insulated, but due to the thickness, they really stop the wind and feel pretty warm on cold days. I have the 2009 Lucky Pants, and upgraded colors this year. I did notice the 2010 and 2011 pants are cut MUCH lower at the waist and they are more fitted in the thigh. where the older ones were more of a straight leg fit. Because of the new styling, I did have to size up from a Medium to a Large. By the time I got my padded shorts on, and a pair of thin thermals, it was a little too tight in the hip and thigh area. (This may save some ladies the hassle of returning and waiting for re-delivery). Other than that, I love the amount of pockets the Lucky pants offer. They wear better than I initially expected. I live in mine all winter and other than being dirty, no rips or wear marks to be seen. Awesome value.


Kat2323
from Colorado, USA


November 22, 2010

Great fabric and item is as good as described. My only complaint is that Burton changes the colors every year. I had a hard time finding pants to match the "last years model" jacket I bought on sale. There is a BIG difference in the large and xlarge sizes. fit might have something to do with that. women's pants are low waisted and you need to be prepared to belt the pants or keep hiking them up.


Lousy
from


December 06, 2010

Have to return them because much smaller than expected, but otherwise love the material and the style.


NST0313
from NYC


December 08, 2010

These pants are slim fit and I haven't tried them out riding yet, but I don't think they will be constricting because they're so comfortable. Flattering shape, sits low on waits, not bulky at all, plenty of pockets, great details typical of Burton gear. I bought the Firefly color which is just bright enough without being too neon. Great fit and good price.


SnowmassGirl
from Snowmass Village, CO


March 21, 2011

Just got these pants a few weeks ago. Wore them several times both riding and skiing. They're a perfect fit and are very comfortable. I will definitely get another pair in a different color.


Burtonalltheway
from


January 06, 2012

These were my first pair of riding pants ever and they've lasted really well. Super warm, but a little tight if you wear long underwear underneath. Love all the pockets where I stash my lipgloss and valuables!


ShotByAGirl
from San Diego, CA


May 10, 2012

So, I have not used these on the mountain as of yet but.... from what I can tell...First off, these are the most comfortable snowboarding pants I've ever put on. There's a little bit of elasticity to them, I feel like I could do mountain yoga in them. I had them shipped to my work, and of course, first thing I did was try them on in the office restroom. They where so comfy that I didn't want to take them off. So I didn't. You heard me right, I wore these sweet new pants for the remainder of my work day at my desk. Fact, I was sweating like a Lady of The Night in church and my boss kept giving me off looks. But hey, they where way more comfortable than the corporate monkey pants I had on earlier.They are a little baggy saggy. I do have more of the muscular type legs and a very round back side for being a white chick. So if you have chicken legs, it's safe to say they will probably be pretty baggy. They are a cute cut, and from the backside, I still look like a chick. Yay. I'm a tall glass of water and they are also surprisingly longish. I feel that they come to just the right spot. If snowboard pants are too long (like where jeans should hit) the bottoms get damaged quickly from walking around. These are a little bit off the ground w/ my boarding boots on.I'm 5'11, 140lbs. I generally wear a 7 or 9 | 28 or 30 pant (depending on the company and cut) and this medium fits loose enough that I might wear a belt w/ it if i don't have any thermals on underneath. Totally has enough room for thermals, but I don't feel like I'm swimming in these without any thermals.Also, like I said before, have not worn them on the mnt yet, but in my long history of snowboard pants... these seem put together pretty well. All the seams are nice, stitching is well done, guessing the warmth will be good due to the linning. Tons of pockets, smart little things everywhere (oh, how I heart you burton and your way of thinking of it all). They seem pretty waterproof. That being said, by the


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