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The Stingray’s natural habitat is the cold, snowy backcountry.

Designed for skiing and riding in the cold, wet conditions of Arc’teryx’s BC roots, the Men’s Stingray Pant’s Gore-Tex Soft Shell fabric gives you full waterproof breathable protection with added stretch and warmth. Crampon spikes and sharp ski edges are easily thwarted by the Stingray’s Keprotec-reinforced cuffs, and an integrated RECCO avalanche reflector aids rescue in the event of an inbounds slide. Shred to your heart’s content thanks to the unrestrictive fit provided by the gusseted crotch and articulated knees.

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I'm 6ft 4 36in waist. Any chance a XXL...

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I'm 6ft 4 36in waist. Any chance a XXL will fit?

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yes, that will be perfect.

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light and simple

I rocked these pants early season and liked them, goretex no frills. The lack of thigh vents might deter some, but they are very decent otherwise. No bulky extras.

What's the fit of these pants like -...

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What's the fit of these pants like - relaxed, or slim fitting?? I'm looking for a backcountry/big mountain/powder pant, and would quite like a relaxed fit. How about the other pants in the arc'teryx lineup?? Thanks in advance.

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The Stingray pants will definitely have a relaxed fit. Other suggestions would be the Sidewinder sv pants, the Scarab pants or the Stinger bib. I have the Theta SV bibs which I love but they have a trimmer, more climbing-specific fit. The Stingray pant is made from Goretex Softshell and has a light fleece lining on the inside. The Scarab pants are similar but have what I think is better instep protection from ski edges. I own the Scarab pants also and they have a nice relaxed fit. The Sidewinder pants are made of Goretex Pro Shell so they will be lighter, less bulky and not as warm. The Stinger bibs are also made of the Pro Shell material.

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Love'm

Soft feel, comfortable, perfect fit. 5'8'', 185lbs - Large fit perfect. Very warm compared to my theta ar bibs - only need a light layer underneath. Used them for snowmobiling and skiing.

Any chance these will be re-stocked.
Looking...

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Any chance these will be re-stocked.
Looking for the Medium in the Copper color for photos.

Does Arcteryx make any other pants in the copper color???

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For stocking questions I've found the "Chat Now" button in the upper right corner of the page gets you good answers right away. As to the Copper color, on the the Arcteryx site there are no other pants in Copper. I see Slate (Gray), Coffee Bean (Brown), and Rawhide (Tan) on a few of the pants types closest to these Stingrays.

I see the color is noted as discontinued on Backcountry, but at Arcteryx it doesn't say anything like that. Hopefully the company rep that lurks on the Backcountry site can confirm on that.

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Lurking? Ouch. Yeah the copper color is only in the Stingray pant and won't be made next year. grab it if you love it.

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Look for alternatives

I was looking for a replacement for my Arc'teryx Minuteman pants - the Stingray pant is not.

Arc'teryx may have engineered the Stingray pant - but engineering without good design is a pitfall.

Without a full Keprotec, cuff guard reinforcement - this pant seems to be designed without skiing in mind.

The belt loops seem redundant - as the garment also has a very adjustable and accommodating built-in waist belt/cinch.

Also the fit of these pants is a baggier and longer than expected.

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I tried on the Scorpion pants last year - very similar to these - and I had very similar thoughts. My Minuteman pants came without the Keprotec instep protection, and I sliced through them with ski edges the second time out, so I consider this a must-have. The keprotec on these is only at the very bottom and it just doesn't seem like it would do the job. If you can live with bibs, I'd strongly recommend the Theta SVs - they aren't as baggy and they have the Keprotec on the instep. You might also look at the Sidewinder SV and Scarab pants, although both of these will be on the baggier side.

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The Arc'teryx Sidewinder SV is the closest current model to the old Minuteman.

If I wear a 34 waist and 32 inseam, what...

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If I wear a 34 waist and 32 inseam, what size should I get?

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I wear pants with a 34 inch waist and I can wear most Arcteryx pants in a medium; I am generally wearing a single baselayer underneath. I would say based on your height that you would want these in a tall length and not the regular length which is what I wear with a 30 inch inseam.

If I wear a 34 waist and 32 inseam, what...

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If I wear a 34 waist and 32 inseam, what size should I get?

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The Arc'teryx Stingray in Large should work best for you. If you prefer the hem to not bunch at all, you could go Lge/Short- but the regular length would look better.

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Supple style

The stingray pant compliments the stingray jacket perfectly. The pants are comfortable, lightweight, and have a supple feel due to the Gore-Tex soft-shell. Although some say that the soft-shell material is less waterproof then hardshell I have not found this to be an issue in the wet Washington snow. The pants do fit on the big side. I'm 6'2" 220pnds and went with the XL which are just baggy in the waist and length. The waist does have double adjusters which have a somewhat lack-luster plastic snap lock to them. Verry rarely are they an issue though. The only weird part of the pants is the short gaitors. On all my previously owned ski pants the inner gater was rather long, meaning it was disconnected from the up to about the knee. On these it is only disconnected for about 6 inches from the bottom of the pant.

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Inseam?

Great pant, but I have a 32" inseam, got the large regular and could stand on the hem. Inseam is supposed to be around 32". Would guess more like 35". Other than this the pant seems awesome.

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I measured a large at 33" for the inseam.