Burton TWC Throttle Pant

Priced: $49.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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The Burton Boys' TWC Throttle Pant brings the style and tech of the White Collection to your sub-adult shredder. DryRide awesomeness and Thermacore warmth keep him comfortable so he can rack up laps and then hike for those last few shots at his favorite jump even after the lifts are closed.

Lining and Layers:

  • Taffeta lining is silky-smooth and slides easily over his bottom base layer


  • Articulated knees are designed to fit best when he's actually riding
  • Integrated waist adjustment gives him a custom fit


  • Ghetto slits on the cuffs add style while Snap-Up Leg Lifts protect his hems from muddy parking lots
  • Critical seams are taped to prevent moisture from working into the stitching on highly exposed areas
  • Plenty of pocket space, including fleece-lined zippered pockets, back pockets, and a thigh pocket, give him room to stash his essentials


  • Mapped 60g Thermacore insulation keep him warm restricting movement in his legs


  • DryRide 2L Durashell laminate blocks moisture while remaining highly breathable so he'll stay dry when fresh stuff falls

Weather and Wind:

  • Aquapel DWR coating sheds moisture so it beads up and slides off, and it's easier on the environment thanks to earth-friendly ingredients


  • Hook-and-loop jacket-to-pants interface hooks up with his jacket to create one weather-stopping system
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Pants look cool, most important factor to my 11 year old son. My instinct was to order him a medium, the size chart put him solidly in a large. The large are too big. I would've exchanged them for a medium but the 11 year old thinks they look even more cool all baggy and slung low - ugh! I think they look like he's going to get a lot of snow down his pants... Also, should've read more carefully - these rate very low on the 'waterproof' scale. Have yet to see how they'll perform on the slopes, no snow in PA yet.

rjap69850 at Backcountry.com on 11/05/2012

Not to tight. Dryride, taped seams and thermacore insulation will leave him out for hours no lunch break for this kid. The slightly baggy fit leaves you plenty of room for layering and the leg lifts in the back helps to keep the bottoms as good as new no more dragging pants on the floor. And for that unexpected growth spurt you are covered with the Room to Grow system

Four Horsemen at Backcountry.com on 10/05/2012

I got these in the stripe for my 11-year-old. He is a size 12, and the only size option for that is 10/12. I was a bit concerned because often mixed sizes (i.e., 10/12) tend towards the smaller size, in this case, size 10. But they fit great! Not too long or short. Nice system for fitting the waste with velcro strips inside. Maybe they'll fit next year too!

MargieS at Backcountry.com on 12/21/2012