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October 16, 2009
I love everything about these pants, color, fit, style, material.... the only thing I can complain about is that the crotch is lower so it makes it difficult with a maxed stance. It said they were stretchy.. but I didn't notice or feel any stretch to them. They are still a great deal though, and worth the price!
I got a size S and they fit 'perfect', exactly how I wanted them.
Can't quite tell from the picture - are there zippers/slits at the cuffs?
January 18, 2010
Its a zipper, L1TA is calling it a "hidden cuff expander" there is also leather scuff cuffs on the bottom.
January 18, 2010
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March 5, 2009
Okay so I loved the feel of these pants- the matte material, the stretchy slim fit, the wide waist band... everything seemed soooo cool until I tried to put them on. I am 5'10'' and 144 lbs and I normally wear a pants size 6 or 8. I ordered a medium and I think it would be much more appropriate for someone that is a size 2, no joke. I normally wear a size S in stretch pants, so this was a shocker to me. Order a size bigger than you think you need, ladies!
November 18, 2009
I really like the fit of these. I was looking for some skinny skinny snowpants, not nasty baggy crap, and I found it. I wear anywhere from 4-7 and I got a medium. They fit fantastically everywhere! The only warning I'd say is that if you got a big bum be careful, because the waist is VERY low (so if you're falling your gonna get wet) and it might be small on ya. But otherwise, they're EPIC!
I wear anywhere from a size 0 to a size 3 in regular pants. I want snowpants with a slim fit but I don't want my ass to hang out .. What size should I get these in?
May 28, 2009
April 20, 2009
The skinny look on these snowboard pants are to par, though you've got to be super skinny to fit in them comfortably... without any worries for that moment when you do an indie grab from a jump that the seam on the behind may rip. But if simply and only carving is your style, the tight fit should be fine. The description says there's lycra, though I don't feel a millimeter of stretching in these pants. If comfort is your steez, stay clear of these pants.
November 28, 2008
So last season I got the L1TA Patience Corduroy pants in an XS and they were still pretty roomy and borderline big. (I'm 5'8", 130 pounds). So this year I ordered the Heartbreaker pants in an XS assuming that the fit would be the same, since its the same company. Not so much. These run really small, or maybe just true to size, since an XS is pretty small for someone of my size. Either way, I could barely get them up over my hips and could not have buttoned them if i tried. I just re-ordered them in a Medium, which I'm hoping will be roomy enough for layers underneath but not so big that they lose the tailored look that drew me to them in the first place. The XS seems to be made for probably a young teenager with no hips or curves. The cut of them is really cute, and they're pretty thin but seemingly still warm. I'm looking forward to getting the mediums.