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Flor Stretch Gore Pant
Shred through harsh winter storms in style with the Volcom Flor Stretch Gore Pant. Featuring a slim fit and low-key design, these ski and snowboard pants offer a laid-back, skate-style look, while still providing the protection you need to stay dry during the wettest days of the season thanks to Gore-Tex Stretch 2-layer construction.
Gore-Tex provides excellent waterproof protection to keep you dry through blizzards and spring slush alike, but it's also highly breathable so you don't overheat when hiking for powder or hot-lapping the terrain park. Zip Tech compatibility means you can link up your Zip Tech-compatible Volcom jacket to these pants to create an impenetrable barrier on deep powder days. When things get really warm up in spring, open up the zippered, mesh-lined vents for quick relief. From the first powder day to the last slushy lap, stay dry and look stylish in the Flor.
- Slim, stylish shred pant that withstands the elements
- Gore-Tex Stretch fabric is waterproof, breathable, and flexible
- Slim fit offers fashionable look with enough room to layer
- Mesh-lined zippered vents open to allow cooling airflow
- Zip Tech lets you link jacket to pants to keep snow out
- Reinforced back hem prevents cuffs from getting shredded
- V-Science Boot Gusset keeps snow out of boots
- Brushed tricot-lined hand pockets offer cozy spot for cold fingers
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- Q & A
Not meant for short girls :-(
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: XS
- Height: 4'11"
- Weight: 100lbs
If these pants hadn't been about 6 inches too long, I would have kept them. They are very well made, fit all my curves, and have more stretch through the thighs than any other pant I've tried.
The Gearhead I spoke to said the inseam was going to be 28.5" inseam, however I measured a 32" inseam. Volcom really needs to update their size charts because ordering these pants was a waste of my time. I wish companies would start making gear for other shapes and sizes than a 5'6" 120 pound figure.