What are you, 7? Eat over your plate, dude.
Bonfire hooks up the Titan Men’s Pant with high-end tech at a price so low, you’ll be able to spring for the meatball-sub combo meal, instead of just buying the sandwich like a total cheap-ass. 20K waterproofing keeps you dry as a bone in the sloppiest conditions, and the tuxedo-styled outer seams add a touch of class to your kit, even as you dribble marinara sauce down the front of your shirt.
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im 6"2' 205 pounds, what size should i...
im 6"2' 205 pounds, what size should i get?
I'm 6'-4", 235 lbs. I usually wear 38 x...
I'm 6'-4", 235 lbs. I usually wear 38 x 34 jeans. Any recommendations for sizing?
XL for sure.
They are HUGE!!!!!
I ordered these as a L as the last pair of pants I bought were bonfire's from 2006 which also had a waterproof rating of 20k and have held up really well.I know I haven't shrunk in the last 4 years, but bonfire is certainly cutting their pants larger. Way larger. These things were huge! They reminded me of JNCOs from about '96. The leg openings on the large must be close to 26" in circumference and the waist on the large had to be near 38-40". I know big and baggy is all the rage for park riders these days, and I like a little sag and bunch in my pants too, but this is ridiculous. I'm sending them back for a medium and depending on how big those are may even need a small. I'm 5'11" and 175lbs...so do the math.Sizing issues aside, the herringbone pattern on the pants is pretty dope, and if they are anything like the last pair of Bonfire's I owned they will keep me super dry and comfortable for several years to come and that's riding an average of 50 days a year.I gave them a three star-rating right now since its the middle of summer, and I have no true idea of how they'll perform and because the sizing is not at all true to normal sizes. I will update at some point next winter.
I am 53 and new to snowboarding. Went twice with my son at Sierra. 1st run down bunny hill took me an hour. Few feet and fall. I spent more time on my butt than on my snowboard. After a few runs my son wanted some speed so I sat in the snow (laid down really) for over an hour. Never got cold or wet. Skidded down the mountain a few times on my butt (to my son's laughter). Great pants and I have the Titan jacket too. I got a little overheated and the zippers on the thigh of the pants really worked well. The full sleeve zippers on the jacket really cooled me off. For the money you can't go wrong here. Just get them.
I bought these pants in the Green colorway to match my Union Forces. Everything went fine, until i opened the box and tried them on. I'm 5'8 and 135 lbs. soaking wet, and the pants were too big for me.
The bottom of the pants where it meets the boots is flared out. I don't rock ultra skinny pants, but i opted for the KR3W K-Slim Denim Pants instead. I thought they wouldn't be that bad, even for a size SMALL, but when i tried them on i called Dogfunk.com (Backcountry.com's Evil Twin) to begin the return process. Smooth as always from these guys.
If you like 'em baggy, rock 'em. The ratings of 20k/15k is above normal for the price break.
Peace. Mister Han.