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For bluebird tours and socked-in summits.

The highly-breathable, four-way stretch Backcountry.com Tour Pant SE puts an end to sweltering skin tracks and restricted motion. Scholler’s Dryskin softshell fabric stands up to storms while the 3-D ergonomic fit ensures an effortless, un-inhibited range movement and the Keprotech cuff reinforcements protect the Tour Pant SE from ski edges, crampons, and nasty rocks. Extremely breathable and ridiculously comfortable, the Tour Pant wants to be your new touring buddy.

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Do these have the same felt/fleece like...

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Do these have the same felt/fleece like interior as the old Stoic Tour Softshell?

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  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Sleekly awesome. Not insulated but definitely cool

No medium size available - shame!

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No medium size available - shame!

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The people who wear smalls and XLs feel the same way. when Backcountry runs out of stock in a size, they pull that size from the option list. There may be more in your size coming later in the summer, just in time for snow season.

will they keep me warm?

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will they keep me warm?

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They're not insulated or anything, so any heat you'll be feeling will have to be generated by yourself. As long as you're moving around and being active in the snow, you'll be fine.

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Hiking at -18 Celsius and strong wind in these and I was fine, I was little cold when doing stops. Add long baselayer bottom and you'll be fine in very cold conditions.

Hiking at -18 Celsius and strong wind in these and I was fine, I was little cold when doing stops. Add long baselayer bottom and you'll be fine in very cold conditions.

Yo Backcountry.com will you make these in...

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Yo Backcountry.com will you make these in a short? Your inseams are particularly long.

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I think he meant short inseam. I agree, it would be nice. Short legged people like me with my 30 inch inseam rather dislike stupidly long pants.

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haha..... I was just thinking that inseam was a bit too short for me.. I need 32waist/34 inseam lol

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What is the fit like in these pants. True...

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What is the fit like in these pants. True to size, loose, form fitting, long, etc? The black color makes the details hard to see. How large are the cuff reinforcements?

Is this the newer model of the Stoic Tour...

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Is this the newer model of the Stoic Tour (Item: SIC0031), how's this differ than the SE Pant? PS, glad to see the Backcountry.com name back - I liked that goat.

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I think everyone liked the goat... Stoic really is no match for the goat. I get asked ALL THE TIME where my backcountry "goat" hoody came from, and its because of the goat.

I am positive I would not be asked at all where the Stoic pieces came from... Good luck with your question.

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the SE pant, special edition, is the schoeller version of the tour pant. same pant and cut, just using the schoeller materials... great you guys like the goat!

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I agree, the Goat is much much cooler then Stoic. Stoic reminds me of some stuffy German dood. The Goat makes me feel warm and fuzzy, not like Larzz, who just stares at me and scowls with an evil stoic look.

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Bring back the GOAT gear. Stoic seems too euro techno to me. I loved the goat logo and it felt like good ol' American Rocky Mountain goodness. We need a peoples protest movement to bring the Goat back.