The gray-mottled Burton Covert Pant has been thrilling its supporters for years, not least for its classic fit and wide color selection.
The breathability of 10K ensures a pleasant climate, while the 10K water column and 100% sealed seams do not allow moisture to penetrate you.
The trouser legs of the Covert Pant can be buttoned up so that you can prevent wear and tear away from the deep snow.
The snowboard pants by Burton comes in light gray and adds effortlessly to your snowboarding outfit.
-Men’s snowboard pant
-Material: 100% polyester
-Water column: 10.000 mm
-Breathability: 10.000 g / m2
-DRYRIDE Durashell 2 Layer Material
-Test-I-Cool ventilation, mesh lining
-Completely glued, waterproof seams
-Cargo bag with push button and Velcro
-2 handwarmer side pockets with zipper
-2 bags with velcro
-Width adjustable collar
-Snow guard on the legs
-Cut shape: Classic Fit
Burton Men’s Covert Pants
- Get the most for your well-earned coin with the all-out performance and premium finishes of the shell version of the Burton Covert Pant.
- Select colorways are bluesign® approved for reduced impact on both people and the planet.
- I am a consistent 32 waist size so let me tell you that the mediums (32-34) will be EXACTLY that size.
- This may be great for some and not so great for others.
- Remember, these are only a shell pant, there is new thick fleece lining like some pants.
- So if you are someone who wants to be extremely warm and wear a pair of pants underneath your shell GO A SIZE UP.
- I’m not kidding, there’s a strap on the inside of the waist band that will tighten more than enough if you feel like you have too much room after the size up.
- For me, I’m comfortable enough wearing long underwear under a shell and calling it a day, so the Mediums fit exactly as expected.
- TL;DR – Size up if you want to wear warm clothes underneat, exact size if you’re comfortable with the shell and underwear.
- As far as the pants themselves, I haven’t been able to test them that much yet, but I do appreciate the double latching system on almost all the pockets.
- There is a latch (button or velcro) on the outside, and then velcro on the inside of the pockets as well.
- The top side pockets, where you normally put your hands, are zippered but are the exception to the two latch system.
- The key/lift ticket/whatever strap on the inside of the left pocket is an excellent touch.
- No joke, there’s a patented “Test-I-Cool” zipper on the crotch that opens the area up to about an inch wide of breathable mesh.
- I know a lot of people think Burton is too expensive and you just pay for the name but I completely disagree.
- These pants are quality, great pockets that hold lots of stuff, and are plenty warm for the mountain I frequent (Dodge Ridge, Ca).
- They have a simple design, are very comfortable, mobility is high and do exactly what they are made to do: keeping the snow, moisture and wind off my legs.
- I particularly like that they’re not tight fitting but not super baggy either.
- They stayed completely waterproof in spring conditions.
- My only complaint is that there is only one cargo pocket and it is fairly small and does not feature the normal velcro closure.
- The leg openings and length was good, but the waist seems to be the biggest part of the pants, so I’d get a belt as well.
- They have a mesh type interior lining compared to a warmer pant.
- These would be best worn with something warm underneath, or great for warmer snow days.
- I ordered the fir color and I believed they were a khaki brown color but I received an olive green color.
- They fit very well I ordered M in mens and that’s my usual size.
- Bonus slit inside the pant pocket for a headphone wire to go up to your ears.