|Insulation:||Insulated, 40G Poly Insulation With Tricot Lining|
|Pockets:||Side Capacity Cargo Pockets And Back Pockets|
|Jacket - Pants Connections:||Yes|
|Recommended Use:||Skiing, Snowboarding|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Ride Phinney Insulated Snowboard Pants
If you are looking for a cozy and comfortable pair of snowboard pants, the Ride Phinney Insulated Snowboard Pants are for you. The pants feature a 10,000mm waterproof rating that ensures you will stay completely dry. The pants also come with critically taped seams to ensure durability for the seasons to come. The most comfortable pair of snowboard pants you will find on the market today comes in the form of the Ride Phinney Insulated Snowboard Pants!
- 10,000mm Waterproof
- 5,000g Breathability
- Critically taped seams
- Adjustable, double snap waist closure
- Loops that attach to jacket powder skirt
- Articulated at the knees
- Slider liner
- Velvety tricot inner waist, butt and fly
- Inner lower leg snap pleat
- Boot gaiters with bootlace hook
- Shred-free slightly higher pant leg back
- Lift ticket self-fabric loop
- Front micro-fleece lined toaster pockets
- Key clip in front pocket
- 40G poly insulation with tricot lining
- Standard fit
- Side capacity cargo pockets and back pockets
I am 5' 10 weigh about 165-170 so i am not super skinny and would say i fit usually 32 jeans and these pants were a bit big. But i kinda thought thats how snowboard pants are suppose to be.
I love these pants regardless, so def pick them up if you want water proof warm pants cuz i dont wear any liners or anything underneat
With all of the positives said, there are some things I do not like about these pants. The biggest issue I have are the buttons for the waist. These buttons are pretty flimsy when it comes to staying clamped. It felt like every time I bent over to undo my bindings, the buttons popped off. Because of this, my pants would sag and I eventually blew the seams below the zipper. A belt would have prevented this, but I feel like you shouldn't have to add something for an item to be 100%. It wasn't that bad that it blew oils because I hade and excuse to reinforce the crotch area so it shouldn't happen again. With that said, there are only two minor things I wished these pants had differently. The first is a mesh that connects when the vent zippers in the crotch area are unzipped. I would be more willing to unzip it if I knew snow (or whatever) would get inside my pants. Another thing I would change are sippers in the cargo and back pockets. I would feel more secure knowing nothing would call out of my pants if I took a spill.
Like I said; these pants are good (especially for the price), but I feel like there could have been some more added to make these pants rock.
4 months ago