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Hi I want to know what size would be best I'm 6ft 180lbs with a 32-33 inch waist. Really want the pant to have the same fit as Nick in the video , fitted but not ball crushing !
By: Anthony Burns
March 5, 2013
These pants are mid-slim, but definitely not skinny fit. Size Large will be fitted and comfy for you.
March 6, 2013
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October 19, 2012
these Seriously Look like Jeans when Rockin them! they really are nice! Exactly what i was looking For, the Perfect amount of skinny that looks Sweet with a little Sag and a big jacket! jUst Make sure you Get the Right Size!!!! or else they prob wont be as skinny as you want! overall great pants though
I absolutely HATED the 2011 version of these. LOVED the look though which is why I am writing this question. Tried them on once, squatted, and the crotch ripped open straight down the middle. ZERO STRETCH. I felt restricted by how high the crotch was, Im not sure if I got a size too small or what, but the 2011's did not stretch at all. Immediately returned them.
Is there any difference between the 2012 and 2011 version?
Also, I am 5'7", 155 lbs, a size 30 in regular, kr3w jeans. What size would be best for me?
November 29, 2012
Not sure if there is a difference between 2011 and 2012, but the crotch still feels a bit tight (especially if your stance is wide). I have a medium and I am 5'11 and 170. I tried the large but they were a bit baggy and loose in the waist. It doesn't feel like they have much stretch to me.
By: Ryan Debenham
December 31, 2012
Hey just wondering, the pants that nick is wearing in the video for these, are they the chocolate brown or the burgundy?
November 24, 2012
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December 25, 2012
These pants are the perfect fit. They are not to slim and not to baggy. Took them up to Copper Mountain last Friday for the first time. It was super cold but my legs were toasty. I highly recommend these to anyone looking for a great pant.
question on the fit so i wont have to return them. im a pant size 30-31 and my inseam is about 31-32 and my legs are on the skinnier side. how tight are these pants? on a scale from 1-10 1 being skin tight and 10 being more of a baggy straight leg. also, do you think i should get a small or medium? would small be too short because i size chart for airblaster and it said small was to about 5'6"
November 8, 2012
I regularly wear 31x30 slim dillon jeans from pacsun and the medium was big. I wore medium with basketball shorts under without any adjustments to the side velcros & it was still loose fitting. I'd rather not touch the velcro as I always felt that design elements on these pants get torn up & stitching breaks apart. So going off the sizing chart, it's pretty accurate. I'd get a small.
December 9, 2012
Whatup Danpo59, these pants are mid-slim. They're not crazy skinny though. I'd say they're a 3-4 on your baggy scale.
Yeah looking at the size chart, there is a big jump from small to medium. You didn't list your height but I would prob put you in size mediums. You don't want your pants to be too small in the waist, especially when you're layering up,moving a lot... it's better to have a little too much room than too little room. Also, when you have all your shred gear on (hat, gloves, boots, jacket) snowpants tend to LOOK a lot smaller (especially inseam) than when you're wearing street clothes. So if you want a proportionally correct look, go medium.
November 9, 2012
Hey danpo59, I am a 31-32 in the waist and inseam. I ordered a large and I feel like they are just a bit big. I think I am going to swap out for a medium. I thought these would be a bit tighter, but they seem kinda baggy to me :( Maybe the smaller size will help.
By: Ryan Debenham
November 8, 2012