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All-weather bomb shelter.

You're gonna have a hard time going from opening bell to last chair if your knees are shaking all day, so the DC Code insulated snowboard pant gives you everything you need to stay warm and dry, well after your buddies have tapped out and headed for the lodge. The 10K-rated waterproof shell keeps your bottom half bone dry, even in wet, heavy snow. The critical seams are taped, to minimize leakage. 40g polyester insulation keeps your legs warm, without being too hot when the clouds burn off. If it really heats up, the mesh lined inner thigh vents make it easy to dump heat in a hurry. Shant Control lets you tailor the length of the legs, so you can run the baggy look without trashing your pants walking around the parking lot. And since those tallboys won't drink themselves, the cargo pockets give you a pretty big stash spot. Get after it, and stay after it.

  • 10K/10K-rated face fabric
  • Taped critical seams
  • 40g polyester insulation
  • Regular fit
  • Mesh lined inner thigh vents
  • Boot gaiters

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Toasty pants

The insulation on these pants are very light and not bulky at all. If you weren't wearing them you wouldn't see the difference from most shell pants. For a warm day you really wont need any layering and on a colder day the most I have ever needed is a baselayer. I also bought a dc jacket the will connect to the pants so I no longer have to worry about my pants sagging down... its a chubby man dream :D The water proofing does its job really well and don't think I would be getting wet unless I was stuck in a rain storm.

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hi, how is the sizing of these pants? larger/smaller/just right? :) (me: height: 72in, waist 32in, hip 36in)