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You know those superb ski days where you hit each rail without a yard sale, nail each landing off of the park's biggest kickers, and hit the freshest powder without even waking up early? The Spyder Men's Kick Ass Pant is ready for those days (and for any days between those). The Xt.L laminate and Spylon+ DWR coating offer excellent waterproof protection to keep you dry in the continuous onslaught of powder flying across your lower body, and Spyder taped the critical seams that are most likely to let wet weather in. Plus, 40g 3M Thinsulate insulates your legs without adding much weight or bulk to your attire. The stretch polyester shell adds mobility to your intense ski sessions so you stay comfortable throughout the season.

A relaxed fit leaves plenty of room in the Kick Ass for layers on frigid days, and articulated knees ensure the freedom of movement you need to bomb bowls as low as you can. Zippers at the inner thigh let out some steam when you kick so much ass on the slopes that you start to sweat. Inner snow gaiters connect to your boot in order to completely seal out the pow. And scuff guards keep the lower legs durable through multiple seasons.

  • Xt.L laminate with taped critical seams
  • Stretch polyester shell with Spylon+ DWR coating
  • 40g 3M Thinsulate insulation
  • Relaxed fit, articulated knees
  • Thigh ventilation system
  • Inner snow gaiters with gripper elastic and cuff anchors
  • Scuff guards
  • Belt loops
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Great so far

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

We don't get "onslaughts of powder" around here, but that's a pretty mild test compared to sitting in puddles of freezing rain on the lifts. My new Kick Ass pants passed that test with ease, leaving me bone dry after a long, rainy early-season day. Great dry, breatheable pants.

Worth it!

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

The kick ass pants are the way to go. I usually wear Burton snow-gear, but this was better than my old pair. Sure, the troublemaker looked good price-wise, but for the extra $40, these are totally worth it! Long-legged people, look at getting the long version in your size.