Skills are high in your game—now work on your look.
In order to achieve greatness in snowboarding, you have to put in time on the snow… and sport the stylish Special Blend Men’s Annex Snowboard Pants. The Freedom fit of these pants is the traditional loose and baggy cut preferred by Special Blend team riders.
- Lux Touch dobby fabric for exceptional feel and comfort
- Sag-proof gaiter keeps your crack dry and concealed
- Pop �n� Lock hem adjuster drawcords hidden in hand-warmer pockets
- Utility pockets with multiple zipper access give you more room to carry all of your essentials
- Articulated knees make for better range of motion
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If i wear a 29-31 waist in regualr pants...
If i wear a 29-31 waist in regualr pants what should i get here?
What up Joe!
Goin with your waist size, I would definitely reco a medium size, it also depends on your height though. I would say these pants won't be for you anymore since only XL's are left...unless df is gettin more stock in. I wouldn't hold my breath as they are last years model and just on clearout right now.
Keep looking! Your new gear is waiting for you!
Yes Joe, Jesse is right. You should always go with your waist size and your waist falls under the Small sizing. Check out the new Annex pants. The fabric they used in these is amazing. http://www.dogfunk.com/special-blend-annex-pant-mens
im 5'11, and 146-lbs, and have a waist of...
im 5'11, and 146-lbs, and have a waist of about 32 or 34 and i need to know what size i need
Medium my man. Mediums were made for you.
oh man i would really love a picture of...
oh man i would really love a picture of the purple pants in real life. I'm wondering if there as bright or brighter than it shows?
That shows the color pretty true.
beatiful to bad they only have the purple in xl haha yea ill just go for like blue or something
Also since the pants will be a bit big in...
Also since the pants will be a bit big in South Beach on the Annex pant, what other special blend pants are there with the South Beach in small?
The Mark pant is the only pant that is currently in stock in a small in south beach. It is a legit pant. It is Gore-Tex and mad comfortable. Besides, it is on sale. You can't loose.
Thank you for answering my questions. I don't really like the Mark Pant, but thanks anyways. I think I'll take my chances with a medium or a different color.
I am about 5' 3'', but like the south beach...
I am about 5' 3'', but like the south beach blue. It only comes in medium and up. Will it be way too big?
I'm 6' and I wear medium. It will be pretty big on you. You can still run them if you like to keep it gangster, but they will be big.
Also is the gaiter removable?
Also is the gaiter removable?
Yes it is. It zips off.
Are these as dark as they look in the pic?...
Are these as dark as they look in the pic? I have noticed there seem to be a few different shades of the South Beach Blue...
Yeah "south beach" blue will we a vibrant blue..like the picture that was uploaded by wil3312063. Sometimes our pictures don't come out with the best lighting. If you wanna be seen, go for 'em.
We don't know yet but for the order and the livraison, very impressed, even with free livraison, was delivered 2 days after order, amazing... My son like bright color and had already the same brand in blue and love it. You cannot bit the price. Go for it....
im about 6' tall , 190 lbs.. which size...
im about 6' tall , 190 lbs.. which size should i pick? i want them to be baggy but not too wide in waist...
Medium. The pant is baggy already. You about the same size as myself. The waist width for mediums are 32-33, if you are a bit bigger than this then you could size up to the large. I think mediums are fine.
go for the large. the sag bag makes it tight around the waste and if you dont want to wear the sag bag the waste is adjustable so no matter how you wear them hey are still steezy and you will be plenty comfy cuz these pants are sick im 6'5" 190 and the large fit great and are plenty long and uber baggy
Hey I was curious about the size i should...
Hey I was curious about the size i should get. Im 5'10 around maybe 135lbs? and should i get a small, or medium. Im just making sure. Thanks than
The sizing for these pants are Small: 30"32" (7681cm) and Medium: 32"34" (8186cm). The inseam is Small: 30.5" (77cm) and Medium: 32.5" (83cm). Decide what size you would wear and run them. These pants are awesome!!
these pants are hella baggy. im 5'5'' got smalls and they are ridiculous. sick though. i like all the pockets. the drawstring is a great i dea but the sidesstill drag when just in shoes. add strings on the sides. last years model were white. bad idea. they get dirty quick, and the pocket color bleeds through. good purchase though. waiting til the end of this season to get the black ones for CHEAP!! GET THESE!!
these pants are awesome. keeps you dry and they are stylish. seem to rip easily tho..
Plenty of room for movement. Sweet style.
STEEEEEEZYYY-EST PANTS I HAVE EVER OWNED....
just rode with them today... let me just tell you, i was dry the whole day, not once was I feeling soggy. The thing that I really like about them is the amount of ventilation and pockets in them, they have 4 major vents on them, two on the inner part of your legs, and two on the front of the pants, for the pockets they have sooo many. There are four main ones, two where normal pockets would be and then one on each side cargo pocket. These pants also have four velcro ones. Two side cargo pockets and two rear pockets like normal pants would have. Another key feature of thes pants is the boxer looking waist gaiter (think thats how its spelled) when i buttoned this thing up my pants didnt sag at all from where i set it, but whats cool about it is that you can unzip it from the actual pants if you dont like how it feels. I just recently purchased the special blend circa jacket too, these pants lock in perfect with the jacket, on the beltloops of the pants thiers 3 flaps that are velcroed to the pants you pull these down and you can velcro the jacket into the pants for extra support on keeping the pants up and the snow out. Hope this was helpfull.
The south beach blue color, is that the...
The south beach blue color, is that the same blue as the "prime time stripe" color?
Blues are the same... kit it out!
just came in today, blues match perfect
I ordered the pacific blue ones in XL. I am 178 cm tall and weigh 78 kg.
The pants are baggy - just as I love them. The additional Powder-Skirt keeps Snow out even when I ride a Sweatshirt on a slushy spring day!
The draw strings to keep the pants from being torn apart are an amazing idea, but the fixing system doesn't work good. Pants drop down to the ground after a hike up the stair set...well i think that was the intention!
Lots of storage, awesome ventilation! The cargo pockets could have had a zip opening, as the velcro is a bit uncomfortable. The first times I always opened ventilation instead of the cargo pockets.
If you like it baggy - go get 'em!
I almost bought this pant and the special blend circa jacket here in Norway for a total price 861 us dollars.. thats just crazy!!
These pants are sick. I got them in XXL. I'm 6'8 195 pounds so the 35 inch inseam on the XXLs was a must. They are huge on me but not poofy big. the waist gaiter fits nice and im a 36" waist. theres too many pockets to count and the 4 vents will really dump excess heat. also the pullstrings inside 2 of the pockets are funkin awsome. no more shredding the cuffs of my pants. cannot comment on the water proofing as i have yet to field test these things but im pretty confident the 15k will hold up stellar son.
Im 5'10, 175lbs with a 32 inch waist and...
Im 5'10, 175lbs with a 32 inch waist and looking for some baggier pants, would the large be too big?
Get the mediums my man. I am 6' and the large are way too baggy on me. If you want the crazy baggy steez then you can get the large but i think the mediums are a good fit with enough bagginess.
It all boils down to personal style and usage. Like Lyman says; the L are baggy. But then again I'm 5'11", 32/34 waist, 168lbs and I have the Annex in XL. It's baggy but not like a tent.
If you're not used to baggy stuff the L could be a nice starting place, if you're used to baggy stuff and have some XL coats go for the XL.
Remember: A large coat with smaller pants looks OK. A small coat with large pants looks weird.
And while were at it, If you plan to do a lot of trekking with this pant the L is probably better, the XL is a bit hassle when walking a lot.
I agree with Lyman. I'm 6 feet tall with 32" waist, and really like my baggy pants. Had these in Large last season, they were gigantic. I looked like a raver, for real. Go for the mediums.