The bike frame on this bike has acheived the highest EFBe rating
on the MTB Hardtail Tri Test. This means the frame has passed a
comprehensive evaluation of the frames durability. The frame
withstood five fatigue tests with 100,000 cycles each. These
correspond to the loading cases present in standard bike operation:
For guys that love style and comfort, look no further than the Foursquare Wong brand of snowboard pants. Combining a waterproof mesh interior with breathability for movement to turn at any angle, these pants are designed with bigger riders in mind. In addition to seams that are taped to keep the wind out, the colors are bright and bold making them stand out anywhere on the snow. The hem is completely adjustable for a secure fit.
Key Features of The Foursquare Wong Snowboard Pants:
First off, I love these pants. They are warm with the correct layer underneath and they look sick. I do a little park but mostly freeriding and didn't have any problems with tearing. (have gone about 5 times now) They are very baggy but thats my style so it wasn't a problem for me. As far as I know they were completely waterproof and that was with it snowing about an inch an hour and having to sit on snow-covered lifts along with sitting on the ground to do my bindings
I bought these pants a size up so they can last longer and they are very baggy. I have some other pants that are a size large and they aren't baggy at all. The bottom line is if your strapped for cash and need new pants, these will get the job done for sure
For this price: Very beautiful, technically excellent, comfortable fit and recommended to all for the price really unique! Wear half size too small for the Europeans, L corresponds to a size 34 fit our 36 norma
Overall the pants are a great buy esp with their price. They are nice and warm and allow room for you to wear another layer under when temps drop really low. The really only downside is that the pants hang low so you need to roll the legs up when you are walking in the street unless you want your feet stepping on the backs and tearing. This is the same problem you would face with any pair of pants including jeans.
I bought these for my first season snowboarding. The snap on the leg broke off after 2 days, but otherwise they held up pretty well all season. They were a little thin, as my butt would be wet after every day no matter how much time I spent on it, but they worked fine
I could not get away from the price 36.00...but paid the price anyway....brought the small feel like a large...but you get what you pay for...no cargo pocket ehh...real thin like...haven't went up yet...but I'm sure it would be find....at least I will not get lost with the orange and yellow leaves...go two size down to for sure...
I bought these pants in the sale and I must say I got a great pant for $30! The only thing with these pants is I had to buy a size smaller, and Im big guy. I guess it depends on how baggy you like your pant
It is way too big. I purchased size M and saw the chart 32-34. I wear 30+ and this would actually fit 34 comfortable and +. Not that I was disappointed and I cannot complain about the price. It's not a serious problem I just buckle up, suck it up, and tear the mountain uuuup
I bought these to have around as a loaner pair of pants. For $30 you can't complain. But while cheap feature wise you can't expect more than really basic pants. The small runs rather large though. I am about 31inch for my regular pants and these will just drop to the floor. I am starting to appreciate my waist size adjustment on my usual snowboard pants. But for what they are...good buy.
F' me these pants are massive, even for Foursquare standards. Would have thought Special Blend make baggy pants, these top it! A size small felt like a size large, you could fit a 34 waist into them. Length was longer then average aswell compared to SB and 686 pants I own. The construction is basic. Thin outer material and minimal insulation. Would recommend a nice thermal under these at least. I would recommend spending a bit extra to get the Foursqaure Q pants, with slightly higher construction and surprisingly a better fit
They looked good, but when I got them, they fit HUGE and I ripped the hemming in the parking lot at the mountain because they drag under my boots. Wrong size, good pants. Still have them to this day as a spare incase if I go ride with an unprepared friend.
whats the best jacket that would fit with the Foursquare Wong Snowboard Pants Fall Leaves ??????
A shopper on Jul 14, 2013
Best Answer:I'm a little confused by what you are asking, like color wise or a real fit. I order everything pretty baggy so any jacket would have worked. I would recommend any larger solid color jacket with these pants. I hope that helped.