Does for your legs what coffee does for your morning.
- Stretchy shell fabric is laminated with an OSMO Xt.L waterproof breathable membrane, which provides a 20K-rated barrier against winter storms
- Spylon DWR water-resistant coating helps prevent the outer fabric from absorbing surface water—coating retains 80% effectiveness even after 20 washings
- Fully taped seams block water and snow from rolling down the pants and sneaking in through the cracks
- Articulated knees mimic the normal anatomical shape of your legs, allow for a more comfortable fit, and provide greater freedom of movement as compared to a standard, straight design
- Pants come with 40g of Thinsulate insulation to trap heat on cold days—pair with additional layers if the temperature really takes a nosedive
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I'll start by apologizing to Spyder for the 3 stars. I can't completely blame the pants, as I am sure there was user misuse involved. Moving on...
These pants are very comfortable and kept me perfectly warm in 15-30 degree, windy, stormy conditions with only a 200 weight icebreaker legging on underneath. Pockets were easy to get to and in all the right places. My problem with these pants is that the cuff guard is not nearly long enough. My first day of attempting jumps and drops led to an abundance of cuts through the pant legs. My user error here is that, in hindsight, these pants are probably made more for the groomer/cruiser. Bottom line, if you're trying to be a little more aggressive with your skiing, go with a pant with a much larger cuff guard...
Are the thigh zippers on the inside or...
Are the thigh zippers on the inside or outside of the pant legs?
So I purchased these pants. Seem pretty solid, but haven't taken them out yet. To answer my own question, the zippers are on the inside of the thigh.