Help out the planet while keeping your cheeks warm and dry.
Smear and slash down deep tree stashes while the Lib Technologies 10K Re-Cycler Pant keeps your lower half dry and your eco-friendly conscience clean. Lib Technologies made the Re-Cycler with 100%-recycled materials (including the zippers) so you can attribute the next big-ass storm to good karma. And after your buddies thank you for the fluffy bounty, you can shred all day while the pant’s 10K-rated fabric sheds the falling snow.
- The Re-Cycler’s most exposed seams feature taping to prevent moisture from creeping into your dry-pant party
- Gaiters stretch over your boots, and a snap-to-pant system connects the pant to a compatible Lib Technology Jacket to form a seamless barrier against the powder
- Inseam vents allow you to dump excess heat if you take one-too-many runs through the halfpipe
- Adjustable hook-and-loop waist tabs secure the pant so you don’t get a crack full of snow every time you bail
- Special Quincy Quigg Print features an original pattern designed by Lib Tech’s on-hand artist, Quincy Quigg
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Me- 5'9", 165lbs, 32in waist. The medium fits me well enough, but they are very long. I am forced to wear these much higher than I normally wear pants (even snowpants) to prevent them from getting stuck in/on my bindings . The Quincy Quigg print is sweet. It's got monkeys, fish, and dinosaurs. It is a liitle more grayish-purple than it looks in the product pics. The material is very thin, but it has held up fine after a few uses. The pockets are great. 2 normal from pockets and a cargo pocket on the left side, all securely zippered. The cargo pocket is also covered by snaps. The elastic on the cuffs is tighter than most pants, and fits very securely over my ski boots. It has Lib's snap-to-pant system for powderskirts: there are 4 snaps hidden under a flap just below the belt loops on the back. But unless you have a Lib jacket, this probably won't help you much. The inner leg vent is a single zipper as you can see in the pics, but it is smaller than I would like. Overall, I would recommend these pants. Beware- you may become known as "the guy in the monkey pants". But that's never bothered me ;-)
A little darker then shown