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You have a reputation to uphold.

Your reputation precedes you, so it's fitting you wear the Spyder Men's Troublemaker Pant when putting in overtime as the master of mayhem. In this waterproof, breathable, lightly insulated snow pant, your well-deserved rep for skiing fast, dipping out of bounds, and heckling from the lift will live a long, healthy life. Burly shell fabrics and laminates keep winter weather out, while Thinsulate insulation keeps the heat in. Who know—you might actually spend more time skiing than fleeing from slope enforcers.

The clean look of polyester stretch twill belies your devilish inclinations. Between taped seams, the Spylon+ DWR treatment, and Xt.L 10k/10k laminate, winter weather won't touch your skin, unless you've taken up ski-streaking. On the off-chance you want to go off-piste, articulated knee construction makes boot-packing a breeze. Thigh vents give excess heat an easy out so you don't overheat. Scuff guards protect your pant ankles from sharp edges and boot bruises.

The inner snow gaiter with gripper elastic grabs hold of your boot and won't let go until you're ready to take your pants off. Zippered hand pockets safely store your car keys and your lawyer's business card, not that you'd ever need it. Ahem. A bellowed cargo pocket holds all your essentials for a day of slope-side pranks. Just don't blame us when ski patrol finally has you cornered.

  • Xt.L laminate (10K/10K)
  • Polyester stretch twill body
  • Splyon+ DWR treatment
  • Articulated knees
  • Thinsulate (40g) insulation in legs
  • Thigh vents
  • Internal gaiters, gripper elastic

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Hello, i wear a size 34 waist jeans and i...

Hello, i wear a size 34 waist jeans and i was wondering what size to get, i want a slimmer fit but i don't want it tight, not baggy basically, i would only wear compression under these.

Best Answer Responded on

Mihow,

Based on a 34 inch waist and a "snug" fit, I'd go with the size mediums.

Jared D.
Gearhead
800.409.4502 ext 4055

is this tight fit or regular fit?
I am...

is this tight fit or regular fit?
I am looking for something not baggy style.
I am 5.75 /167 /32 waist, what size should I go with?

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These pants are of a thinner fit but they are not tight. They will not look baggy.
With a 32 waist I would try a Medium.

Hope this Helps.

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A friend of mine has these pants and I can assure you they are not baggy, but they are not a tight fit either. Regular fit probably describes them best. I would recommend a medium for you for size.

5 5

Great pant for the value.

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

The Spyder trouble maker pant is the pair of pants that travel in my ski bag in case i manage to absolutely demolish my primary pair. The pant holds up really well to the abuse that i chuck at them (70+ days a season on one pair of these guys). These are great pants and can't be beaten for the price.

do these have zippers on the bottom on the...

do these have zippers on the bottom on the pant

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No zippers on the bottom of these pants. They do have zippered thigh vents, though.

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Hi,
they do not have any zippers on the cuffs.