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Mow down on a four-course powder salad bar and stay comfy while you do it.

Be sure to toss on your Orage Men's Sherman Pant the night before it storms because dressing yourself at the crack of dawn in a pounding blizzard can be difficult. Stretchy body fabric will help you slumber in peace and then move in the mountains comfortably, light insulation keeps you warm, and should you get too hot, you can open up the mesh thigh vents. You could sleep in your jacket, too, but we doubt that it's as comfy as these pants.
  • Prime 20 fabric has a slight stretch, waterproof design that fends off the wettest weather, and breathes well so you stay comfortable
  • The80g of synthetic insulation keeps you warm without making these pants bulky or heavy
  • Small touches like lower leg openings, a contoured waistband with adjustable tabs, and strategic fleece lining complete the package

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5 5

Awesome duds

Great ,very warm and comfortable

5 5

get these pants!

sweet pants! insanely warm, great insulation. wore them at silverton, 10 degrees, 14k feet, had to shed some layers and open the vents because i started sweating. really nice and comfortable liner, great zippers, feels very durable/high-quality. super stylish. they run REALLY small. i'm 5'6, 140...the medium fits perfect. they make a small and extra small...but if i can't fit into them, i'm not sure who can.

2 5

Strange stitching

Bought then had to return. Strange stitching around the knees (air vents cross the leg and open up there). Odd feeling to have stitching and zippers at a flex point. I tele and it definitely felt uncomfortable and even abrasive even to even simulate a tele turn with them on.