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ThirtyTwo put on its serious face when it gave the Men's Alloy Pant 20k-rated waterproof fabric and looks that could kill a professional supermodel at 30-paces. Technical, three-layer fabric couldn't give a flying monkey about brutally wet weather, and thanks to thigh vents you won't feel phased by hot bootpacking up the pipe or out the gate. A loose fit and seriously-badass textured fabric completes the package so your package stands out just a little more in the lift line.

  • 20k-rated waterproof-and-breathable fabric keeps you dry when the snow turns soggy and it allows sweaty vapors to escape from within so you won't suffer from swampiness underneath
  • Waist-cinch system lets you adjust the fit on-the-fly without a belt
  • Cuff gussets leave some extra room for your boots
  • Snap-up cuffs keep your pant legs from looking shredded like mom's curtains after the kitten gets loose
  • Boot gaiters seal out the elements so you won't suffer from swamp-foot-itis
  • Waterproof zips with reflective welds keep your small essentials dry and make it easy to find your zippers ... when you can't find your zippers

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Will y'all be getting any more of these...

Will y'all be getting any more of these in a small

5 5


Great pants. Kept me dry and warm. They are the perfect fit, not too tight and not too baggy. The waist runs a little big though.

do you need to layer under these pants

do you need to layer under these pants

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Unless your in negative degree weather nah you dont need to layer up, these pants are 20k nice and thick! These pants could snap a impromptu knife thrust...no but seriously these are steezy nothings getting wet with these pants on, except the honeys spectating...

Does anybody know how the thirtytwo alloy...

Does anybody know how the thirtytwo alloy pants fit? Im 6 feet 1 inch about 195 lbs. and I have a big ass ussually wear size 36 inch in the waist jeans. What size would you recommend I get?

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a large will be straight for you, you don't want em too tight to inhibit mobility.

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Alloy sizing

I just got a pair of these bad boys and normally need a around 35" waist, so ordered the large one, but can only *just* adjust it tight enough to hold it up with the velcro straps, so if you're wavering between a size, go one smaller.
Can't comment on anything else yet, as I'm still waiting for the snow!

Been up 4 times now and so far so good. With padding & kneepads the sizing is about right and they have stayed bone-dry although it has been below freezing at all times.
Love the angled cargo-pockets and keyclip in the left hand pocket.

(update 28/12)
Ok, got fooled by an over-optimistic snow report from Cypress yesterday and had a very wet day on the mountain and the pants stayed completely dry. My old 15k rated pants would have been soaked in crap I was riding in yesterday.

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Hey Im looking at these pants and I was just wondering what kind of build you are? Like height and weight? How big are these pants on you? Like really big? to big you would rather have a medium? On the thirty two web site, they claim these are not really a baggy pant, so im kind of confused on what size to order.

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5'8, 190lbs, stocky build. It's not a baggy pant. Weightlifting + cycling means that I got thick thighs, so regular pants in medium are rarely an option, even if the waist would fit.
I tried again with baselayer + impact shorts and I could probably get away with not wearing a belt. Again, only the waist is bigger than I expected, the rest is fine.