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Prepare for impact.

For those dudes who fly high, crash hard and do it all over again, we recommend the Quiksilver Men’s Disasteroid Pant to keep your lower body covered. Packed in a highly waterproof, breathable shell, your walking sticks are sure to be as stoked as you are.
  • Brushed tricot knee and seat provides comfort and a little extra warmth where you need it
  • Loose fit doesn�t scrunch your junk
  • Mesh lining throughout pant maximizes comfort and wicks moisture
  • Cuff saver cinch system prolongs the life of the pant hem
  • Powder skirt attachment loops connect to Quiksilver jackets

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4 5

Nice pants

I got these pants last week from another retailer and already been tested on a sunny warm day, a snowy day and a cold day in Utah. They held up really well in the cold and the snowy day, however I was very sweaty on the hot day, probably because of the 10k breathability. They have plenty of pockets all in the right places. The fit is a little slimmer than I am used too. I usually wear XL pants from Volcom or DC, but I got these in a large as the waist of the XL was huge (38"+). All up though really nice pants for the $115 I paid, love the Blue and the material. 4/5

4 5

Best Bang for the Buck

$175 for a 20k pant would make one wonder if they are any good. Well this guy is sayin YES.. BUY THEM! Great fit, love the pockets.. they even worked in a drawstring in the cargo pocket to pull up the back of them if/when needed to keep them from dragging on the ground (they will now last allot longer). The 20k held true in a 4hr day riding in the rain.. legs stayed bone dry. The ONLY drawback is the back pockets.. as the flaps love to collect snow and by then end of a powder day you will a few inches of snow crammed in there. Well worth the skrill!!

EDIT: After a seasons use they are still holding strong. One major thing though that makes these pants a bit of a pain.. and that is the flap for the back pockets! Every time I go riding I have MAJOR issues with the back pocket flaps getting jammed with snow to the point I can't sit w/o picking my butt. -1 star for that. Other than that I still love em, but I need some goretex. TRive gore pants here I come!

do they ship this to canada

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do they ship this to canada

1 5

20K??? Wet Pants All Day

Bought these because I was eyeing some cool QS jackets and wanted some pants to match the colors. Went with the Animal Drums jacket and these pants. I really liked the Atmosphere Blue color and the location of the pockets on the front. Other awesome feature was the cuff safer sinch in those pockets for hiking the backs of the pants up in the lot so they dont get ripped and dirty. All awesome features - but when it came to performance the guys at Quicksilver not only dropped the ball but straight up lied on the waterproofing. There is NO WAY these are 20K, I would say less than 5K easy. These were soaked and retaining moisture a few hours into the day. Sent these back as soon as possible.

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Sorry about your experience here Ant. I wore the Grey version of these pants all last season wand had no problem except the pants are really dirty now. The breathability is only a 10K rating which may be why it felt like they were retaining moisture. Even if the DWR coating was bad or spotty, the membrane on the inside of the pant would do the majority of the waterproofing and breathing. Moisture coming in through the leg vents or top is possible. The fabric is coated and treated all at once before it is cut and sewn, so there shouldn't be any inconsistencies. Seamsealing could have been an issue possibly?