Stay dry while you’re making everyone wet.
When Simon Chamberlain feels like hitting the hill in style, he grabs his namesake Nomis SC Simon Chamberlain Snowboard Pants, and you can do the same The h orizontal zipper across the top of your ass can be unzipped to reveal a blast of Nomis-inscribed color and increase your sag-factor. After you’ve finished showing off in the park, hit the backcountry; these pants will keep you dry in deep snow so you can shred longer without getting soaked.
- The 20K-rated fabrics help stop water from getting in so you stay dry even if the weather gets nasty
- Mesh-lined vents let you get rid of extra heat so you don’t drown in your own sweat
- Cuff-gussets and waterproof zippers help you seal out snow and moisture so you stay dry
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Sick pants. Sucks I have to return them. I got the Large and they were waaaay too big. I'm 6'1, 170 and wear a 34. Usually get a large for snowboard pants to let the boys breathe and stay comfy, but the large was insane and I had too much slack after using a belt. You could tell I was rocking pants that did not fit at all. The suspenders would help, but there was just too much pant. Shame cuz these pants are rad and I feel like they will not fail you with the right size. Oh, and they are not "Baggy" but not slim either. Right in the middle.
One thing to note if you rock Boa boots - the gaiters at your ankles are not adjustable with a velcro or snap opening. They are just a simple stretch with grip. If you adjust your boots a lot on the mountain, it would be a pain in the ass to pull these things on and off your boot to get to the boa system. Yeah Yeah I'm picky, but it's the little things that get me.
More Red in action
Dull? Not in the least!
Not sure what everyone's talking about the red pants being a dull red. This picture is unedited on an overcast day. You can notice me anywhere on the slopes!
Let me start off by saying, these pants are Nomis quality. That means that not anything amazing, but definitely look sick. They have pretty narrow bottoms which are cool because I don't enjoy stepping on my pants while I'm walking. A few things I liked about it is that it looks pretty sick, narrow bottom opening, and great waterproofing. However, there are some things that are not too cool about this, such as: random lint hanging out, random rips that happen very easily, and no powder skirt.... Why would pants come without a powder skirt....?
I'm 5'9 and weight around 190 pounds.....
I'm 5'9 and weight around 190 pounds.. would a large size fit me ? Are they really warm ?
I would go for a size Large. These are only a shell, so wearing under layers is recommended on cold days! Thanks for your support!
Simon says he would buy these.
The style and fit of this pant is awesome. all seven pockets have zippers. The butt area has a sag zipper that is wicked. unzip and let the mountain know that you are rockin Nomis SC pants. I'm 6'2" with a 32inch waist and the large fit well. The descripstion says baggy but they really are not. the only complaint about the pants is the outer fabric feels thin. I just don't know how these pants will fare after a session thorugh the trees.
Not really a baggy fit
I don't know why the call the fit "baggy", I had to return the XL I bought because the legs were too tight. I'm 6' 220 lb and when I tried them on I couldn't even get into a crouched stance like riding without them stretching to the limit around the crotch/thigh area. I don't even want to imagine what would happen if I took a decent spill wearing these. I've worn XL on every other pair of boarding pants and these were the only ones that didn't fit. (I ****'d it because the pants look good and feel like they'd be really functional, I just don't like the fit)
Do te nomis pants attach to the nomis...
Do te nomis pants attach to the nomis jackets at all?
I am sorry to say the nomis pants do not attach to the jackets. but check the Simon Chamberlain Jacket for an extra long powder skirt that hangs below your actual jacket. Great on a POW day! and better snow protection in general.
Thanks for checkin' out some nomis!
Sweet looking, functional snowboard pants
I'm a tall rider at 6'6", and love the 34" inseam on the XLs. At this size, the waist is a few inches too big, but the suspenders keep me from having to wear a belt. I wear them in an X configuration, as just having them straight up, they slip off your shoulders too easily. I can wear them low on my waist, and it's much more comfortable then wearing a belt.
I got to break them in at Mammoth, during a record snowfall storm. 15' in four days, and the snow was wet. My legs were dry the whole time, these pants keep the wet out for sure. Functionally they work great, and they look good too. Total score!
The red looked a little off
this is the red straight from the Nomis site
im 5'8 i way 125lbs and i want a baggy...
im 5'8 i way 125lbs and i want a baggy look so what size should i get? and is this a bright red or a dark red?
im 5'8 i way 125lbs and i want a baggy...
im 5'8 i way 125lbs and i want a baggy look so what size should i get?
If you want 'em baggy... then size MED will do great!
I am 6'0 / 155 and wear Large (still baggy). I hope this helps!