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Because it just isn't pretty if it isn't pretty.
You may act too hardcore to admit it, but looking good is part of riding. The nice thing is that once you have the look nailed you can move onto more important things, like throwing that corked three that's been crushing your ego all season. The O'Neill Stereo Pant's slew of features and slim fit can help you get it done in style.
- 10K waterproofing holds off light rain and snow
- 10g/m breathability reduces interior clamminess and allows your body to regulate its temperature naturally
- Critical seams taped to eliminate typical waterproof weak spots
- Zippered vents allow you to dump heat quickly
- Articulated knees for natural movement
- Connector system allows you to hook into your O'Neill shell for an impenetrable suit of armor
- External waistband adjustment for a perfect fit right after lunch
- Abrasion reinforcements in key areas
- Stretch leg gaiter seals out snow and drafts
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Perfect for Bars
Think you can't use fitted pants to do anything other than ride the park at Brighton? Think again. The fit of these makes them awesome for everything from sport bars to t-bars to flat bars to summer ski mountaineering on volcanoes in the PNW. Wait, did that not fit right? Well, it's true. They don't fit like skinny jeans, but what's important is that they don't fit like the standard baggy pants that EVERY OTHER PAIR OF SNOWPANTS seems to be. The corduroy material I have tends to absorb water--but not soak through. Just the outer layer absorbs the water, until it hits the waterproof layer and is repelled.