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Trim and tailored, not big and baggy.

It isn't 1998, so stop dressing like it already. The slim cut of the Holden Standard Skinny Men's Pants separates the stylish from the clueless out on the slopes, so you can stop worrying about how you look and concentrate on your riding. You don't have to sweat getting hot, either, with inseam vents to keep you cool and a breathable, 10K-rated waterproof fabric that'll keep the weather on the outside where it belongs, along with an eco-friendly DWR coating and boot gaiters to seal out snow and moisture. The comfort's dialed like an old-school phone call, too, with stretch polyester twill and a recycled taffeta lining that work with the adjustable internal belt to keep your pants around your waist, rather than under your nips or around your ankles.


  • 10K waterproof/5K breathable membrane
  • Stretch polyester twill fabric with recycled taffeta lining
  • Eco-friendly DWR coating
  • Fully-taped seams
  • Inseam vents
  • Boot gaiters

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From the Mountain to the City

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

great pants keep you warm even on those really cold days. I would go hangout with friends allot right after riding and they had no idea I was ever even wearing snowboarding pants.

Thats they never were restricting either had just the perfect mount of stretch.

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hi i am 5'10" and a 34" waist, my legs are...

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hi i am 5'10" and a 34" waist, my legs are solid and strong so worried about getting a Medium but I'm not super tall so worried about the Large being to long...suggestions?