For the guys who shred where style is more important than insulation.
Critically-taped seams that fuse the EXOTEX material together make the DC Men's Banshee Pant a sufficient shell for shredding most regions. The slightly loose fit won't restrict mobility in the midst of a serious park run but the Banshee isn't so baggy that it gets snagged on chairs. Stuff your goodies in the cargo pockets and reap the benefits of this highly breathable, uninsulated pant all year long.
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anyone know where I can find a similar...
anyone know where I can find a similar color to this lichen in a men's small or women's large pant (any brand really, I do like foursquare and 686)?
I got these pants a few years ago and ended up getting some 686 pants that had better waterproofing and breathability. They are super baggy pants and actually have a lot of sag in them. I do love the waist gaitor, I think it should be on all snowboard pants. It has a good amount of pockets and are regular cargo pants. These are not bad pants for somewhere that isn't going to be wet. If you like DC these are probably the pants you should get
Had these for about only 3 weeks before I got rid of them. After the first week of use they started to tear holes in random spots. At first I thought it was no problem. Then after a few weeks of use they started to rip all over. The material is terrible and gets wet real easy, and the pants don't even keep you warm. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone.
do these get wet easy? since they are only...
do these get wet easy? since they are only 5k...
For only $120, these are a huge value for a sick pair of snowpants. That said, 5k is low on the waterproof rating and may soak through after months of use. You might want to bump up to a 10k fabric.