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Grab your pants and grab some mountain time.
- DWR coating helps bead and slough moisture
- Tricot-lined waistband adds comfort and reduces chafing
- Articulated knees encourage a natural and athletic fit without unnecessary fabric getting in the way
- Crampon patches add longevity
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Rab Stretch Neo pants and Rab Infinity Endurance jacket on the summit of Mt. Timpanogos last winter.
Hey guys, I have the Neo Shell jacket and...
Hey guys, I have the Neo Shell jacket and want the pants! I'm 6'2, 32"/33" waist, am I a medium or large? Also the crotch looks really long, is it prohibitive?
By definition your closer to a medium in the Neo Pant. I am under 6ft and don't find the crotch to be restrictive or prohibit my ability to do any activity at all. Since you are 6'2 I personally would recommend getting a large just to insure the inseam of the pants would match up with your waist size. The large rates at a 34 inch waist. Since it is a pair of pants, and I'm sure you would be wearing a belt you should be able to put these on comfortably and perform any activity unrestricted.
Ah, thank you so much for the advice. I think I'll pull the trigger!
No problem, enjoy the fresh powder this year.
I'm 5.6 and 170 lbs. What would be...
I'm 5.6 and 170 lbs. What would be the best size for me?
What is your waist size? judging from the info you gave I would imagine a small might be best for you, but waist size is really the most important measurement for pants.
As for Stretch Neo Pants, what is the hole...
As for Stretch Neo Pants, what is the hole on the pants for?
You mean in the crotch? It's not a hole, it's just shadow in a bad photo.
These pants are very breathable. But they do fit a little bit snug. Not uncomfortable, but snug, like an alpine fit. The size large is barely long enough for my 33" inseam. The side zips are a dream come true for long hot approaches. They are durable, but not crampon proof (doh!)