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Put an end to soggy, bone-chilling days of riding thanks to the Underarmour Men's Flow Field Pant with waterproof and breathable fabric and a heaping helping of ArmourLoft synthetic insulation. Nuking snow won't stop just because you need to go inside and warm up so stay out longer with these loose fitting pants. A jacket-to-pant connection system locks down your kit so you can dip into deep stashes without emerging with packed-powder boxers, and fully taped seams provide an additional measure of waterproofing. Grab the next tram, ride to the top, and hit the bootpack out of bounds in comfort thanks to these breathable pants that shield you from wetness while allowing excess heat and moisture to escape.

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  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

i skied half a season with these pants and after half a season of skiing the pant was ripped clean through on the inside of the leg at the bottom in multiple places. i never walked on gravel or skied park in them so its not like they were abused. definently not recommended. on the bright side under armour has a lifetime warranty so they refunded my money no questions asked.

From under armours website, the warranty is good no matter where you buy them i think


Great Pant!

    These are great pants. They are warm and have a lot of room to move around in. The pants fit shorter than other brands of pants. I ordered a large and they fit a little bigger than a medium in another brand of pants. I really like this pant, one of my best pants I have had.



      I live in PA and thease things keep me dry when the snow is melting around me on those warm days. They are by far the best pants i've ever had. Could have a few more pockets but my coat takes care of all that anyway