Grown-up style with locked-down performance.
Super-baggy pants were cool in 1997, but we've all gotten a little older and wiser since then. 686 has too, and on the year they turn 21, they're putting out the Mannual Infinity Slim Insulated Men's Pant to satisfy your need for grown-up steeze. Incorporating an InfiDry 10,000mm waterproof membrane and boasting fully-taped seams, the Infinity is woven with a herringbone pattern that offers a subtle hint of sophistication that's as comfortable with a glass of wine as it is with cheap beer and wings. There's no need to sweat the temperature, either, thanks to 40g polyfill insulation and inseam vents that heat things up or cool them down.
- InfiDry membrane rated 10K waterproof and 8K breathable
- Fully-taped seams
- 40g polyfill insulation
- Inseam vents
- Dual cargo pockets
- Herringbone denim pattern
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- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I recently purchased the 686 MANNUAL INFINITY SLIM INSULATED PANT and I have to tell you, I love them! I could go about all the specs but Id rather just tell you how they fit and hold up to weather conditions. I took them down to Liberty Mountain in MD/PA on a dry day 40degrees, and they kept me very warm. I had a layer of underpants on me as well. I sat in snow everytime to put my bindings on and I did not get wet once. The fit is amazing, not really skinny like a Burton TWC Blah Blah, but a lot slimmer than regular snowboard pants.
I've been looking for a decent pair of pants for the past 3 months (dozens of Chrome tabs open on my PC from different websites) but I am happy that I stuck with these pants. They are definitely the right choice.