Get happy in these pants.
Keep your goodies toasty on the nastiest days with the Foursquare Hoffman Pant. Wind and waist-deep snow can freeze your grapes without a good insulated pant like the Hoffman. After the pow is gone and you retreat back to the park in the sun, inseam and hip venting prevent the dreaded swampy mid-section so you can hike your favorite feature all day without chaffing. A family of pockets, including a hidden glove pocket, keeps all of your paraphernalia within reach when you need it most.
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will you guys be getting an order of the...
will you guys be getting an order of the 2011 hoffman pants? im looking for a pair in walnut or night L
No not for 2011, but check out the new Q pant and the Zino pant. http://www.dogfunk.com/foursquare-q-pant-mens and http://www.dogfunk.com/foursquare-zino-3-in-1-pant-mens
I want some super baggy pants in XXL for...
I want some super baggy pants in XXL for cheap(im fat haha) can someone point me in the right direction? like i wear a 42 in jeans. (my thighs are massive) so i wanna be able to move around in the snow.
It looks like they have a XXL in the night color way. Run that, it is on sale and this is a great pant. You will be stoked.
Survived the Snowpocalypse 2010
Just got these in time for what I like to call the Northeast Snowpocalypse 2010. We had many feet of wonderful, wet Northeast snow and these keep me super dry. The double vents created a cross breeze that prevented me from sweating my balls off while trudging my way to the powder stashes, the pants held up marvelously. I bought the "Night" color, and depending on the light they could look a little purple-y; however, compared to some of the ridiculous outfits people are wearing out there, I felt pretty normal. The pants have only two cons, and they aren't really that important. Velcro pockets; all the pockets have a button but the ankle pocket and one of the cargo pockets has velcro instead of a zipper; I just wouldn't feel comfortable keeping anything valuable in there while I was riding, so you don't really get to use all the pockets. Also, on the inseam vent, you have a cord that lets you pull up the hem of the pant while your walking, so you don't tear them up. Great idea, but it doesn't really pull them up so much, so I'm still dragging them all over the place. Like I said, the cons are trivial; these pants get it done.