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Spyder Dare Tailored Pant - Men's

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Dare Tailored Pant

Your skiing is precise, calculated, and deliberate, so why settle for ski clothes that are anything but? The Spyder Men's Dare Tailored pants are cut for finesse, with tailored lines that offer a slimmer look, and elevated materials that offer the protection you want when exploring off-piste or carving into early morning corduroy. Built tough, as you've come to expect from Spyder's Quest line, the Dare is ready to complete your wintertime closet so you can brave storms and clean lines of pristine powder.

  • Conquer the mountain in pants built for the storm
  • Gore-Tex is waterproof and breathable for stormy conditions
  • Primaloft Silver Eco insulation delivers water-resistant warmth
  • Removable suspenders cover your back when the snow is deep
  • Dump heat in a hurry with inner thigh vents
  • Adjustable gaiters secure snow on the outside of your boots
  • Tailored fit minimizes bulk for a slim and clean look
  • Item #SPD015W

Material
[membrane/laminate] Gore-Tex 2L, [face fabric] stretch polyester, DWR coating
Insulation
40g PrimaLoft Silver ECO
Seams
fully sealed
Fit
tailored
Pockets
2 secure zippered hand, 1 thigh
Venting
thigh zips
Waist
adjustable
Bib
removable suspenders
Gaiters
integrated
Recommended Use
all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, freeride/powder skiing, freeride/powder snowboarding, park & freestyle skiing, park & freestyle snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 4

Not for racing

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I returned this product before using it
Fit:
True to size

Great pants, but not good for High school ski racer. Bought these for my son who is a racer. The snow cuff (inside of pant cuff) doesn’t have a snap so you can’t easily remove the pants while wearing boots. Not a problem for most skiers, but doesn’t work if he is trying to strip down, slope side, to his race suit while leaving his ski boots on.