Burton Midweight Pants

Priced: $33.71 - $44.95 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Burton Midweight Pants
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Color: Antigua Stripe
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The Women’s Midweight Pant from Burton is made with DRYRIDE Ultrawick™ fabric that is scientifically engineered to pull heat-robbing sweat away from your skin and propel it out through your layers. You stay dry, warm, and stoked all day, and since its midweight you get a versatile level of warmth that works all season.

A multi-talented midweight, these stretchy pants also include UPF 50+ rated sun protection, the flattering look and feel of an extra soft women’s-specific waistband, and a fresh-as-a-daisy antimicrobial finish.

Fabric:

  • Dryride Ultrawick midweight fabric

Ventilation:

  • Quick-Drying and Highly Breathable

Waistband:

  • Women’s-Specific Contoured Waistband
  • Wide waistband for greater comfort

Features:

  • Antimicrobial treatment
Backcountry.com

When it's not cold out, but it's definitely not warm, deciding what layers to wear is difficult. Make the choice easy with Burton's Midweight Women's Pant. Constructed from the Dryride Ultrawick fabric, these pants are quick-drying, highly breathable, and comfortable beyond your wildest expectations. The fabric wicks perspiration away from your legs, and it keeps them dry inside of your shell layer. In addition to this, the antimicrobial treatment means that after a fun-laden day of killing the runs, you won't stink. The midweight base layer is cute enough to wear après ski.


Berg's Ski Shop
The Burton Midweight Pant for women has everything you need in a base layer. Stretch jersey fabric and a Softlock seams for mobility and comfort. Burton's Sig Fit gives a flattering look and a contoured waistband makes for a cute yet comfy pant that you can wear on the mountain or lounging around the house.
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Don't listen to what anyone says—hypothermia is not fun. Ward off Old Man Winter's icy grip with the Burton® Midweight Pant baselayer.
DRYRIDE Ultrawick™ fabric manages moisture and dries quickly to keep you dry and comfortable.
keeps funky odors at bay.
Four-way stretch moves with you through every trick and ride.
UPF 50+ UV protection.
Softlock seams help prevent chafing.
Elastic, contoured waist.
Functional front panel.
Burton logo graphic at left hip.
93% polyester, 7% spandex.
Machine wash cold and tumble dry low.
Imported.
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Back Rise:13 in
Burton Fit:Sig Fit
DRYRIDE:DRYRIDE Ultrawick
Front Rise:9 in
Inseam:28 in
Leg Opening:8 in
Material:DRYRIDE Ultrawick™ Stretch Jersey Fabric
Outseam:36 in
Rides Best In:Mid-Winter Conditions
Technology Features: Stink Proof Stretch 360° Softlock Seams UPF 50+ Rating
Waist Measurement:28 in
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Burton Midweight Pants Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

The pattern is so cute and bright, great for after a long day on the mountain! These pants are the perfect layer, they dry quick and breathe super nice. I wear the midweight baselayers on most days out in the winter, definitely my favorite! I got the XS and the fit great! Happy with my purchase!

Joelle Raynes at Backcountry.com on 09/27/2013

Negative Reviews:

Bought the solid black in both small AND medium so I could pick the better fit. Had to send BOTH back because of the way the crotch fit. I have a small thigh gap and these wrinkled very loosely above my thighs were my gap is. I think if you have more of an athletic body type, these are probably okay. In terms of comfort and warmth, these seemed good. I didn't wear them out of the house but they were comfortable when I tried them on. I bought the Dakine Caia Pant instead and am so so so pleased I did so! For $20 more, I got exactly what I was looking for. First layers for snowboarding that could also be worn as leggings on a cold day. I highly recommend those!

alip768536 at Backcountry.com on 11/01/2013