Slim 'n' saggin'.
- Fully taped seams prevent melted snow from leaking in
- Removable boxer gaiter lets you sag while keeping out snow
- Inseam zippers provide ventilation when needed
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I am 6'3" and 190 lbs. I don't have any...
I am 6'3" and 190 lbs. I don't have any body fat what so ever so my concern is that if I buy them in XL they will fall off my ass, and if I buy them in L they will not be long enough.
I have these pants from last year in size L, i'm 6 feet 150 lbs size 32 waist. The larges fit me just fine - I needed a belt but just barely. You definitely want the XLs, or maybe even the XXLs.
I am 6 feet tall 170 lbs could I rock a...
I am 6 feet tall 170 lbs could I rock a XL or would that just be way to baggy?
Nah, that wouldn't be too baggy. I'm 6 feet 160, and the larges fit slim through the waist and leg. XLs will be fine for you.
So you don't think the XL would be fallin off my ass all the time cuz i want to sag them a little but not to much??
Okay so I have the helix dc coat and the...
Okay so I have the helix dc coat and the powder skirt has a bunch of hook ons that goes with all the dc pants, will they only work for dc pants or do all pants have those?
They are configured specifically for DC products.
sick pants love them
I would like to get these pants but I dont...
I would like to get these pants but I dont know about the "slim pants" part in the name. How do they fit, cause I have thick legs.
so the pants you have pictured are the...
so the pants you have pictured are the '09s then, not the 2010 because the '10s dont have the DC on the back pocket which had me confused at first. therefore, the rider pictured is sportin the 2010s..my only question is how different are the sizes between the slim and regular fit? im not looking for super baggy nor super slim, but i sag em so which would you recommend if i were to order a large and im 6'1 170 & 34 waist? slim or regular?
Ran these pants in late January, early February in Vail. They're dope. They sag as much as you want, the boxer gaiter keeps you warm and dry and fully covered. I would keep the gaiter pulled tight around my waist and waistline of the pants would sit pretty just near the bottom of my asscheeks. Steez. The bottoms zip to flare out a bit and go over your bindings. More steez.
Fully durable, the waterproofing held up in the powder during blaze sessions and they'd be dry and ready to go the next morning. I've got them here at home now and they're still lookin brand new like they came. Fresh as fuck.
I got them in the 'black' color, and shit.. they look just like jeans! I would almost recommend the indigo or even the blazing yellow if you wanted to stand out and look all sick. But its up to you.
All in all, I'm stoked on these pants and plan to use them for seasons to come. Right on guys. DC stuff is krip.
How is it to use these for regular use?...
How is it to use these for regular use? not in the snow.
Not a good idea. Although they are definitely denim, they are also clearly snow pants. The inside is lined with water proof material and the leg is cut specifically to taper around a snowboard boot so they would look real awkward if your not wearing a boot.
This pants are pretty nice, but heavy. I own a pair of Holden Standard pants and they are not nearly as slim as them, but they have a nice "ghetto slim" fit to them. They are a nice changeup from all the damn tight pants, which is why I bought them. They have a nice hang to them (I'm 5'8" and 150 and bought a medium) and they are a good fit. Gotta sag em to get that look, and will fit well with you tall tee fools out there. The guy below has it down. Sick pants A+
im about 29 waist what size should i get
im about 29 waist what size should i get
feels like real denim because it is real denim...
a bit heavier than i would have liked, but that's probably due to the very authentic denim-like material... these things are actually made of a cotton denim material like your favorite pair of everyday levis, unlike other denim snowpants on the market that just look denim but are actually 100% polyester nylon... the sega slims actually have mostly cotton in the outer (70% cotton), which i was surprised to learn... that fact actually has me a little worried, as i'm curious as to how waterproof the pant will be after the waterproof coating wears off... as for fit, they're a little less slim and a little more roomy than some other "slim" pants, so if you've got jed anderson / joe sexton / jon kooley style go with a smaller size... still has a great flared out look with knees slightly taken in, but again go a lot smaller to get that laura hadar's pant look... the sega slims are more "ghetto slim" if that makes any sense; the right size will get you nice hang to go with your tall tees and hoodies... all in all, a great park pant that will get the job done (but go with airblaster, holden, or L1 if you want a real slim pant)...
Dc pant and XLT Nomis
Dc pant and XLT Nomis
Slim and Saggin, they didnt lie. sick fit, im 5"10 and these pants are large, and the nomis hoody is XLT
anyone got any pics of how these fit in...
anyone got any pics of how these fit in person? pant size, rider size?
they are up
How slim are these in comparison to the...
How slim are these in comparison to the airblaster sisters pant?
They're both pretty freakin slim. When you try them on they feel a little roomy, but they have to be so you're not frankenstein legs on the mountain. Once you get strapped in and moving around, they feel way skinny.
the airblaster sister pants are definitely slimmer... go with holden's sonny denim skinny pant or L1's kooley denim pant if you want a really slim denim snowpant.
Last season, I had been trying (with no success) to find a good pair of black denim looking slim pants. Ken Block over at DC must have heard my prayers, because I found out that this year the Sega is rocking that exact look. I got my hands on some and tested them out at the end of last year. They are SICK. They're slim for sure, super good waterproofing/breathability, the color is freak-nasty, have zipper pockets, and mesh lined thigh vents.
Everything you would expect from you favorite pair of denim, but in snowpants.