What's in a name? Well, a lot. The Holden Women's Standard Denim Skinny Snowboard Pant's name doesn't leave a lot of room for interpretation: take a pair of casual skinny jeans and make them shred-ready. The Standard Skinny features fully taped seams and an eco-friendly DWR coating to back up its 10K waterproof and breathable rating, and inner thigh vents, reinforced hems, and on-the-go waist adjustment to provide the icing on the cake. While they're not actually made out of denim, the Standard's stretchy nylon/polyester blend is designed to look like it, and they have jean-style front and back pockets that boost the skinny-jeans style.
- Stretchy nylon/polyester denim-style fabric with recycled taffeta lining
- 10K waterproof and breathable
- Eco-friendly DWR coating
- Fully-taped seams
- Inner thigh vents
- Built-in waist adjustment
- Boot gaiters
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
It is a skinny jean...I am always a size small and this was small...maybe it was just my strong thighs and butt (haha) Had to up the size so on the cold days a warmer layer can be worn under the pant. On the naked days...it would fit great! Great fabric with a bit of stretch for movement. Finally a pant that does not make me look like I have a diaper on! Fabric stands the water test and no I am "not in the caff" despite being a middle aged "mum". I am on the slopes daily! Must say not sure about the rain..thankfully we just get pow! Not the most technical fabric but a great pant for the price!
don't waste ur cash!!!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The materials that are used are awful for holding the snow, esp pow, so after a while the outer layer gets wet. although inside is still toasty, if it is cold enough they then freeze and you are stuck wearing frozen cardboard like pants. Big Fat BOO. oh and the only people who have actually liked them are middle aged mums who are hanging in the caff most of the day. thats about the pants summed up.