Watch your son let the tricks and jump rip in this waterproof and breathable insulated pant.
The only limits your free-wheeling son seems to recognize are not fighting with his sister, no throwing food at the table, and wearing a helmet when ripping tricks or hucking off cliffs is non-negotiable. It's a good thing the folks at Marmot designed the Boys' Freeride Pant to meet your boy's high-adventure demands. Waterproof and breathable fabric gets a little extra oomph from taped seams and Thermal R insulation, so your snow monster may continue his reign of terror without suffering the ill-effects of being cold and wet.
Two layers of waterproof and breathable MemBrain fabric encase Thermal R insulation for long-lasting warmth. The seams are taped to eliminate micro openings to make the Freerider pant truly waterproof. Articulated knees mean less fabric billowing around his knees for improved mobility. Internal gaiters with gripper elastic maintain a close relationship between this pant and his boot throughout his high-mountain horseplay. Blue moons are more common than your kiddo making a mid-day pit stop, so the zip fly and snap closure will come in handy when he's taking care of business mid-mountain.
Scuff guards complete a full lap around his ankles and hand pockets zip shut for secure holding of his most essential things, mini-mints and lip balm. You might be able to eke two seasons out of the Freeride pant with Marmot's Kids Grown an Inch cuff. With a simple snip, you can extend the length of the cuff by an inch when he shoots up mid-season or over the summer.
- MemBrain shell fabric (10k/10k)
- Waterproof and breathable
- Thermal R insulation
- Articulated knees
- Cordura scuff guards, internal gaiters
- Brushed Tricot-lined adjustable waistband
- Kids Grow an Inch adjustable cuffs
- Item #MAR2840
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: XL
- Height: 5'0"
- Weight: 96lbs
Really happy with these pants for my son. He loves them and has 3 days skiing in them and a solid day of snow fort building!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: Runs small
Warm and dry, my 9 year old powder skiier never complains. They run a little small, so order up for room.