Burton Men's AK 2L Cyclic Snowboard Pants
When you spend serious time at the hill shredding powder day in and day out you need a snow pant that can handle serious use and the Burton AK 2L Cyclic Snowboard Pants for men uses two layers of GORE-TEX to block out the elements while remaining breathable for a full season riding. Whether you ride backcountry powder fields or lap the jump lines in the park youll love the comfortable warm engineered mesh lining and lightweight versatility of this performance shell. Fully tapes seams create a durable barrier to moisture and with boot gaiters and a jacket to pant interface snow wont find its way into spoil your day. A relaxed backcountry fit and articulated knees let this snow pant move naturally with you and wont hold you back as you spin off cornices and lay into high speed powder arcs.
- Material: 2 layer GORE-TEX® performance shell
- Fully taped seams with GORE-SEAM®
- Lining: Engineered mesh
- YKK® matte water resistant zippers
- Zippered cargo pockets
- Denim shank button closure
- Microfleece lined waistband
- Ghetto slit cuffs
- Boot gaiters
- Signature fit with articulated knees
Purchase the Burton AK 2L Cyclic Snowboard Pants for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- April 20 2009
The pants are a great choice they ended up looking a lot better than I thought. I'm a 34 waist and a large fits fine. Altrec was quick with the order too, I got the pants exactly when they were supposed to come
- August 28 2010
Good goretex minimal insulation good breathability
Lightweight, goretex, lightweight liner and cool colors
- January 26 2012
Why Did Burton Change the Cut?
These would be nice pants, but for some reason Burton changed the cut of their Sig Fit pants. I've worn an XL in their pants for many years without any problems. I ordered these, and they still fit in the waist, legs and are the correct length, but they made the butt and crotch area less roomy. Now, their XL pants fit my waist, legs and are the correct length, but they are tight in the seat and crotch, which is not desirable for snowboard pants. I've seen others make similar complaints about the new cut across the web. I'd encourage Burton to go back to their old cut. If it ain't broke, don't try to fix it!