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BWick04 12-09-2013 12:37 PM

Burton Sig Fit sizing
 
I'm thinking about buying the 2014 Burton Cargo pants. I'm 5'8'' 170 33 in. waist. I was wondering if any of you have any experience with these pants and could help me decide what size to buy. I like my pants a little baggy but not super baggy. I would like to leave room to wear like pair of thinner shorts underneath.

ClarenceSale 12-09-2013 01:26 PM

I had a pair of poacher pants and a pair of vent pants this year. Similar fit for both. I love it, not baggy not tight have plenty of room for a pair of sweatpants underneath. For comparison I am 120 lbs and 5'8". I wear a XS. I love Burton outerwear mainly cause I can really only find my size with them...:dunno:

Go for it and maybe take a look at the Vent I can sit and strap in all day long and stay plenty dry I think they are a bargain for only 20 or 30 bucks more.

Anticrobotic 12-10-2013 03:24 PM

I'd go with M if I were you. I'm 62, 185 lbs and 33/34 waist. I have the Cargo pants in L and they're slightly too wide for me even with under amour, back protector and crash pads underneath. Lengthwise they're fine, could have used maybe half an inch more but they're ok if I don't pull them up to my bellybutton. :) So I think you'll be fine with size M.

Solid pants.


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