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They're jeans ... they're snowboard pants ... they're ... the Analog Gravel Pant. Sealed away in 2-layer flat-face poly fabric, your extremities will bask in the protection and style of this vintage denim-look pant.

  • Boot gaiters help seal out the snow for winter cattle-herding and rail-hurdling
  • A single-cinch waistband allows for last minute adjustments or doing pants-less cowboy stuff
  • Fleece-lined butt and knees keep you comfortable on the lift or while you’re scoping your run
  • Custom ’slouch’ fit with tailored legs means you’ll be the only cowboy herding powder, or at least you’ll look that way

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does anyone knows how is this sizing...

does anyone knows how is this sizing compared to oakley pants??? i wear medium oakley pants

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Hey matias,

When it comes to the Analog Gravel Pant - Men's, these are a little closer to an Oakley fit, yet slightly tighter.

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Gravel over The Jeans

I've owned both the Jeans from Burton and now these Gravel pants from Analog and in my honest opinion, these pants are far superior than "The Jeans" in every aspect. (Or perhaps I could just be fooling myself because AG is owned by Burton)

First off these look so much better. It's a subjective topic but the color and realistic quality seem to be more in par with real denim pants than Burton's. Second, the actual material is not as thin and plastic-esque as the Jeans. Again, another point for being in par with real denim pants. And last, the fit is far better than the Jeans. Perhaps it's because I don't like to wear skinny pants but these fit looser than Burton's without being too thug baggy. (I'm 5'7" 150 and wear size Medium)
Both pants are very waterproof, have had no issues.
I would recommend these over Burton's version. And I completely agree with Four Horsemen, these are definitely stylish on and off the hill.

Funny...AG is under Burton but they still make these pants in both Brands. Must be a marketing $$$ money maker.

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I'm 6 foot 1 or 2 and was after these pant...

I'm 6 foot 1 or 2 and was after these pant or the Jean pant i don't want them really baggy wold i want a L or XL i weight 201 pounds or about 90 kgs

thanks

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On and off hill steeze

I don't like wearing gear on the mountain if I wouldn't wear it in the streets. If you're like me and you don't like getting dressed up like a bag of skittles to go snowboarding, then you'll agree with me that this pant is the shit. Its got a looser fit without being too baggy. If I was on facebook right now, I'd "like" this jacket.

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STREET STYLE

My friends get wicket jealous of me when I wear these pants. Especially after snowboarding when we head to the Porcupine to get a bite to eat. I'm the only one that doesn't look like a clown at the bar. Who wears neon green pants? I don't dress up like a bag of skittles to go snowboarding and these pants help me look good on and off hill.

So, these may even look better than The...

So, these may even look better than The Jeans. but they're even slightly more expensive, but not gore-tex. Could someone compare the performance? These also dont have the jacket to pants zipper, The Jeans have?

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These are above the recommended waterproof and breatability rating but Gor-tex is the best! I have heard nothing but wet things about burton pants as well as "The Jeans". Also these don't have the pants jacket zipper but they have loops for jacket hooks instead a the zipper.

So, these may even look better than The...

So, these may even look better than The Jeans. but they're even slightly more expensive, but not gore-tex. Could someone compare the performance? These also dont have the jacket to pants zipper, The Jeans have?

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I wanted to get burton "the jeans" bcuz I liked the way they looked more than the Analog Gravels. I ended up buying the Analog Gravel pants for $140 off a different website for the fact that I got them for $140 instead of $270. The website is sold out and I got the very last pair and they were in my size so I was Lucky. They just arrived and these are sick! They fit well and seem like they will be great on the mountain and look great. I havent put them to the test yet but I will b going soon. I almost considered returning them and buying the Burton ones bcuz I liked the way they looked that much more but then I did some research and a lot of people are complaining that they get soaked on a regular day not only with "the Jeans" but most Burton pants. Im a fan of Burton, I ride a Burton and I love it but they got to step their pants game up. Its recomended you dont buy any pants under a 10,000 mm waterproof rating or under a breathability rating of 10,000g and those are both what the Gravel's are. If your looking for the best go with Gore-tex its the best! Hope this all helped. It was all a big lesson for me but now I got my gear and can ball out on the mountain and not worry about getting the right gear bcuz I got the best gear for me! It is hard work finding the best gear for you but the time and energy is worth it to make sure you are dry, warm and comfortable on the mountain. Its the difference between sticking that 540 or a yard sale!

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