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The skinny jean with claws.

Just when you think the skinny jean can't get any better, Betty Rides gives the Women's TrippyCat Betty Jean Pant a wild feline print and weather protection. This pant features waterproof, breathable protection and warm, cozy insulation, so you can ride in any weather, freezing cold or wet. Mesh-lined inseam vents let you cool down when you're riding hot, and powder skirt loops let you connect it to your jacket for a killer combo. A reinforced hem and Hitch Up system keep your cuffs looking fab, through muddy parking lots or pant-shredding rail slides.

  • Two-layer shell with DWR finish
  • Critical seams taped
  • Poly insulation
  • Skinny fit
  • Mesh-lined inseam zips
  • Loops for powder skirt attachment
  • Betty Hitch Up system on back hem
  • Coin, two rear, and two brushed tricot hand pockets
  • Rivet detail

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I personally love these pants because of their snug fit while at the same time they have a high rating in waterproof/insulation/breathability. I used them 3x in whistler and they kept me super warm ( I did wear layers but I'm always on the colder side).
Objectively speaking:
-Because the pants are pretty tight there isn't much room to store things in the front pockets. The Front Zippers are not well protected and don't have a strap on the handle
-There are no back pockets
*so if your big into pant pockets, keep these in mind*
-The pants can slip open a little when leaning over to strap snowboard bindings (unless you these with the paired jacket)