When moisture levels are high, be ready with waterproof protection.
- Zip tech pant-to-jacket interface with Volcom jackets turns a two pieces into one
- Waterproof zippers keep moisture out and your pockets dry
- Reinforced back hem reduces wear on pant cuffs
- Inseam vents cut down on butt stink
- Holster for your gloves not your gun
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Volcom = Quality
In the past I have stuck with some of the higher end Burton stuff because it has always held up well but it seems like their quality has slipped just a little on a few models of their pants. So this year I went out on a limb and tried the Volcom Bjorn Gore-Tex pants. As soon as I got them I knew they were solid. I've put about 40 days in on them so far and there isn't a scratch on them, they are the best pants I've ever had.
Also the inner waist adjustment is really nice. I'm one of those guys that is in between a large and an XL so I just went with the XL and cinched down the inner velcro belt and it works perfectly. I'll probably have these pants until I'm too old and gray to snowboard anymore.
My first question is I didn't get any knee...
My first question is I didn't get any knee pads with the pant and it says "adjustable removable knee pads", and I can't find where the knee pads would be inserted. There are also no rear pockets as described. whats the deal?
I turned these suckers inside out and there are none. From my understanding, this feature only exists on Volcom's womens pants. This description will be mended, and hopefully my broken heart as well.