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Works hard without bragging.

Built for the blue-collar boarder, the Holden Men's Durden Pant delivers top-notch performance without screaming for attention. The workwear-inspired, 20K-rated fabric was made to take a beating while ensuring that you stay dry in any weather and a host of other features keep you comfy when you're out on the mountain.

Holden used a unique process to give the heavyweight ripstop fabric a vintage look without compromising its performance. A PFOA-free DWR coating keeps you dry while drastically limiting the harmful emissions created by traditional DWR applications to satisfy your eco-conscious side. Brushed tricot in the seat and knees adds a little extra warmth to help you stay comfy on the lift without weighing you down. Zippered inseam vents let you shed heat when things warm up in the spring, while boot gaiters with lace hooks prevent snow from getting in your boots when you're wading through the deep stuff.

  • Recycled polyester oxford stretch fabric
  • PFOA-free DWR coating
  • Fully taped seams
  • Regular fit
  • Taffeta lining
  • Zippered inseam vents
  • Boot gaiters with lace hooks
  • Internal waist adjustment

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Is it just a shell pants or with insulation?...

Is it just a shell pants or with insulation? Thanks!

Hi Amber,

These pants seem to be just shell pants, however I believe that they have a tricot-lined seat, waistband, and handwarmer pockets.

Amber, yes they are basically shell pants. I wear them on warmer days as-is. On colder days, a wool base layer is usually fine. If it is below 20 degrees F, I usually pull out my insulated pants instead.