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:
Be free in your motions with the 686 Mannual Motion Snowboard Pants. This pair of pants comes with everything a snowboarder of any skill level needs to be the best on the slopes. Features include back and side pockets, hand warmers, and taped seams. Also included are powder skirts, leg vents with smooth openings, and a gusseted crotch panel. With all these features you will never have to worry about buying another pair of snowboard pants ever again!
Key Features of The 686 Mannual Motion Men's Snowboard Pants:
The color makes you quite noticeable on the slops and the legs have a band which keeps you warm and dry even in deep powder. It also has vents throughout the pants to allow you to cool off. Vents are located on the side by your knees and between your legs.
first pair of 686 pants. love the fit. great value. 686 really pays attention to detail. Velcro inside button, material on mesh of leg vents so mesh doesnt get caught in zippers. will buy another pair for sure
These pants are great, they are fairly light so I plan on using them on warmer days. They have a very nice fit, they are a tad baggy but they still are a nice fit. No complaints, just buy them and enjoy
I just bought the lime green version and was very impressed with the quality. It is definitely the most comfortable snow pants i own and at the cheapest price point. I also have a 686 mannual jacket, and it just fits together perfectly aside from the color clash. My jacket kept me dry with 8,000mm waterproof throughout the season, and I believe this pants will do the same for me as it is of the same model. Definitely the perfect pants for the perfect price
usually wear burton ronin and always in xl because i like baggy pants but the waist was way to wide. would get a large next time. great pants, way brighter green than pictured but nice to wear unless youve got a hangover. dry and simpl
I own several pairs of 686 pants, including the Manual Alloys and Original Cargos. Of all their offerings, I prefer the fit and warmth of the insulated Alloys but these are a very inexpensive alternative and prove to be excellent for early or late season riding. All 686 pants offer incredible durability against snags and rips, and the cuffs prove worthy even without drawstrings risers. Very compriable to Sessions equipment but may wear a little thicker. The Manual Motions fit excellent and are not too baggy or too tight. The drawback is the buttocks area could stand a little more room
These pants keep me really dry during those slushy days at the mountain, and nice and warm on the cold nights. I love these pants for park riding, they just feel so great and if I fall, I dont get wet like with many other pants
The pants fit a little baggy for the size they're listed at, but for me that was fine. I'd rather ride with slightly bigger snowpants anyways. Make sure only to wash these pants when absolutely necessary, as with all snowpants for that matter. After about two washes the waterproofing is pretty much gone. Overall, these are excellent pants: durable, comfortable, and look great
These are for sure the best for the money. Warm, good venting, and seem to be of very high quality. My one qualm is that there is no waste adjustment which requires a belt. I am a 32L 32W, and the length is perfect on the medium, but the waste is probably a 35. Anyhow, super sweet colors and would reccomend
I have bunch of pants but I wanted one that has a bright color so I bought the green one. The color was fluorescent green, I should've got the other pant which is more green. Fluorescent green is too bright for me. You'll probably need a baselayer in the cold days. As always, 686 clothing is awesome
My brother got these pants, and they were too big for him. Before my weight loss... they fit me really well. I wore them for the season. Super warm, super comfy. I loved them! I recently gave them to my boyfriend, and I'm sure he'll love them as much as I did
I got these before the start of the season. They have been pretty great up to this point. I don't normally have to wear an under layer to stay warm and the mesh vents help to keep the swamp monster away when it heats up. I normally wear a large and the large in these pants fits me comfortably. The only Con: unless I have a belt, these will slide down on you. Not so much that you will moon the mountain, but enough to catch some snow if you take spill
I personally really like these pants. The sizing chart for a Medium for the waist should be 34-36. They have a loose kinda baggy fit, which is exactly what I was looking for, and it has tons of features that are awesome, from the vents, to the credit card pocket within a pocket, I really like these pants
i bought that for my hubby. he is skinny tall man, so i decided to go with L. I would've went with M or even S.It has enough room for another person) Haven't try it on the slopes yet, but it looks really reasonable for its price and quality.
i like these pants. i have a gray pair. i wear xxl and bought these in xl and still i have to wear a belt. they keep me dry without overheating. cargo pocket and zip up pockets keep all my stuff safe from falling out. vents to keep cool.
The picture doesn't depict the color right. Acid is a fluorescent green not like a lime green in the picture. It fits right if you like to sag your pants. The waist is huge on me. I wear a 32-33 waist, this is like a 36, but if you wear it low, it seems to fit right everywhere. There's no integrated velcro waist straps, so gotta have a belt. I'm coming from a DC parkbuilt pants from like 2006. My pants actually sit at the waist, but has a baggy fit throughout. Overall, not too happy and will return them for something else