You wear the pants in this family.
- Snap-hem with ghetto slits keep snow from slipping up your pant leg
- Reinforced low-profile cuff savers keep your cuffs durable for seasons of use
- Gusseted crotch gives you plenty of room for movement in the taint area
- Meshed lined inner leg vents keep you cool right where things heat up
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Will these pants run big? I'm a 32 waist...
Will these pants run big? I'm a 32 waist and I tried the Godfather pants a couple years ago and the Medium was way too big...
Yep, they will most definitely run big. I also returned my Mediums for a Small and I am kind of in between a 32-31 waist. I now have the Small sized Godfathers and I have even sinched them up a little with the adjustable velcro straps. So go a little smaller than you may think.
Other than this the only other (minor) negative I have found is that the flap for the fastener above the zipper is a little short. I am used to pants that have a longer overlapping flap. It just feels kind of "funny" when you snap it together. But this is extremely minor. I just returned from a ski vacation in Colorado and not only did I receive many compliments, the pants perform too. I was not wet while riding snow covered charilifts with Spring temperatures, and I was not cold.
So bottom line, these pants are GREAT...they perform and the look way COOL!
For the price, these pants work well. They look cool and do a really good job. The pants have pockets and some slight insulation. They have more insulation than a pair of HH pants that I have. They are much better. Spyder is a brand that you can trust. There are more expensive pants out there but ski pants are basically just a watertight barrier. No reason to pay $400 for a pair. I bought 2 pairs in different colors. I will be wearing these for many years. I had ordered another $350 pair of pants from backcountry.com and returned them because both were of equal value. I might as well have two pairs for the price of one. I see Spyder all over the mountain. It's been around for years and will be around for many more