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do burton pants not have powder skirts?

i was looking at the burton shank denim snowboarding pants since i found them on sale. i looked around for reviews and such and i couldnt find anything about a powder skirt. do all their powder skirts zip on from a burton jacket?
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Powder skirts are almost always on jackets. I found that the ones that I had on a pair of pants didnt work as well as one from a jacket anyways.
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I've never even seen pants with a powder skirt before, how do they work?


Does it look something like this?

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Look up the dc banshee pants, they have a powder skirt. By the way, if only my jacket has a powder skirt and it doesnt zip to my pants (since they are different brands) should I be ok if the conditions aren't severe?
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if your jacket's powder skirt doesn't have any loops and the zipper doesn't mesh with your pants, you're screwed

but you'll be fine

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the powder skirt has loops, it's a north face jacket. the pants are by burton and they have the zipper...i think the jacket's loops may fit with the beltloops on the pants but I won't know until they get here
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loops go with loops

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I've never even seen pants with a powder skirt before, how do they work?


Does it look something like this?

It like a powder skirt from a jacket but it goes upwards toward your belly.
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Skirts are for girls...
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I have never personally seen pants with a powder skirt...Kinda weird. I have seen the sag skirt thing like on the DC's for sagging which seems pretty retarded. I hardly ever use my powder skirt. On a day with pow i'll use the Volcom zip tech and it works great. On a normal day you don't really need it unless your sliding on your ass downhill IMO!


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