Jahan wrote a review of Arc'teryx Micon Pant - Men's on March 29, 2013
These pants are great. I wore them 12 days snowboarding in the PACNW this year in heavy snow, mostly from 15-35*F. I was 5'7"/175lbs when I got them and the medium fits me very well. I'm about 182 now at the end of the season and the waist is a bit tighter that I'd like, but they still fit and don't restrict my movement on the mountain.
These are simple, functional pants that do everything you want. There are only 2 pockets, but they are sized perfectly and are in a good spot: Easy to access on the lift, big enough to load with a tool, your keys, some bars, but they don't look like huge, tacked-on cargo pockets, and the bigger/heavier stuff doesn't move around and bang against my leg constantly.
The face fabric is very durable. No wetting-out, good abrasion resistance, only minimal wear on the bottoms from boots/bindings/ground.
The insulation is perfect . . . I've never been too hot or too cold, and they aren't overly thick or restrictive. I normally don't like insulated outerwear, but I like not having to wear anything between these and my base layer.
I wish they were compatible with the jacket-pants connection system that Arcteryx came out with this year, but I'm sure they'll get updated soon.