Shred threads with built-in car-camping pajamas; case closed.
Camp out in the parking lot and welcome the blizzard. Tomorrow morning you'll pull on your fleece-lined 686 Men's Smarty Rift Pants and drop the hammer on the mountain. Rampage through powder stashes in comfort thanks to fully taped seams and water-resistant zippers that help keep you dry on soggy lifts. Breathable InifiDry fabric helps undue heat and moisture escape from within even if that lifty with the stink-eye is sweating your tram credentials.
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Hi, my height 6'2 ", weight 176 lbs, waist...
Hi, my height 6'2 ", weight 176 lbs, waist 34" what size should I choose? I'm tall and skinny))
Just ordered these the other day and let me say that the delivery time was amazing. I opted for the free standard shipping since its summer and I can't use snowboard pants right now, so I didn't really car how long it took. I ordered them Saturday evening so they didn't ship until monday and arrived by Wednesday morning. So way to go backcountry.com on a speedy delivery. It said 7-14 days and was here in 4. Now to the pants. These pants are amazing. Now I haven't got to check them in the snow yet but everything about them screams greatness. Every pocket on these are actually useable in the snow unlike allot of pants out there. They are mad comfortable just like my 686 jacket. Even came with a fleece zip in liner. Cant really see myself using that though since it is really warm and the mountains around here just don't get that cold but nice to know I have the option if I am somewhere colder or we have a real cold day on the mountains here. If nothing else the liner will make a great sleeping pant or just to ware while cruising to the mountain. They are a fully functional pant just with a zipper around them. The main pant is so soft feeling and mad easy to move around in. I have a jacket by 686 and it dose great in the snow. Keeps me plenty warm and bone dry so I know these pants will do the same. I don't know how they make them so soft. Its the same thing with my jacket too. Its the same material that pretty much all snowboard jacket and pants are made from but I've never felt any as soft as 686 makes them. I could sleep in my gear. Can't wait to try them this winter.
All in all I highly recommend these pants.
Yo I'm 5'9 165. Should I go with a Small...
Yo I'm 5'9 165. Should I go with a Small or Medium?
Hey im 5'9" 145 pounds with a 30" waist,...
Hey im 5'9" 145 pounds with a 30" waist, Will the Small in these be too tight? I want the black and they only have small and large. Will a small be ok??
Yep smalls will work
How many g's of insulation is in this...
How many g's of insulation is in this removable liner? 40g? 60g? 80g?
The removable liner is polyester fleece. They're moisture wicking sweatpants pretty much. They don't have any insulation like 3M, Thinsulate, etc. but they will keep you super warm on cold days.