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Very Nice!
these are great pants! they have a 5k/8k waterproof breathable rating. that is pretty good, but wont last you too long in the powder or backcountry. on groomers and lapping the park, it's perfect! it's got a little insulation on the inside of the pant to keep you nice n toasty while throwing down. for the price they are offering them, you gotta pick yourself up a pair
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October 6, 2014
Deals!!
I've taken it out a couple times now and it's awesome! I'm 6'1 so I run the Large and it fits great. Love the baggy fit and it kept me warm and dry when I was riding in -15C to -20C. Any colder, it's a safe bet that you'll have to double up unless your a real man like me where you don't wear layers! All in all, you can't go wrong for the price
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October 6, 2014
good deal
On really cold days layer these up
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January 16, 2011
Sessions Infantry
Can't beat these for the price. I've used them in -15 with only some long underwear and my legs were toasty. Also have used them in +50 degrees and kept me pretty cool with the large crotch vents. They feel more waterproof than they are rated at, used them during a rain storm in big bear and I don't remember having wet nuts. The only beef I have with them is that the pocket seams rip pretty easily. Buy these pants and learn how to sew and you'll be good
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October 6, 2014

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I'm thinking about buying the large sessions infantry snow pants. I'm 5'10. will i be stepping on these pants. do they have a ankle cuff?
A shopper on Mar 9, 2015
Best Answer: Hey,
The 'L' version of these Sessions Infantry Pants have about a 32in inseam.... with that I do not think you will be stepping on the cuffs.
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