Burton Cargo Sig Fit 2017 - 2015 Review by The Good Ride
The Burton Cargo Sig-Fit Pant is the call for me and riders who want Burton pants but have a bigger build. . It’s more of a normal fit that isn’t baggy but Burton’s baggiest look/fit.
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Size Tried: Medium
Weight: 200 lbs,
Upper Thigh 24.5”
Middle Thigh 22”
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200 pounds in a medium?
I'm not sure why a 200 pound guy would be trying medium pants. in the real world 185 ish people wear large, and 200 pound (plus) would be in an xl. this may explain why most pants look silly tight on this guy in almost every video. how you ride and move around in any medium pant is beyond me. if you're in a medium at even 185 who wears small? what if you only way 150? XS? lets get real here. I have used these pants in the past (in XL obviously) and they are great, durable, waterproof enough for 90% of the time, but these days i prefer pants that are "slimmer" from the knee down.
Response: It\'s not just about weight and medium pants fit much better than Large for me based on my waist size and Inseam. Burton Medium pants use to fit very well but lately they don\'t. Volcom, Adidas and many other Pants still fit me fine in Medium. Just not Burton. Still thanks for your take and yeah you are right I have to keep more weight off.