The Volcom Lando Overall Pant–because snow in your crack sucks.
- V-Science 2-layer Denim for jean-like styling and 20K waterproofing
- V-Science breathable lining and mesh-lined zipper vents for temperature regulation
- 60g Polyfill Insulation for added warmth
- Zip-Tech jacket-to-pant interface creates a veritable one-piece with Volcom jackets
- Holster for your gloves
- Triple-reinforced rise and Bulletproof-reinforced back for durability
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back in a bib
Havn't worn a bib in a long time but i'm happy to be putting this one on, looks sick, is warm and dry and I can't see any snow making its way down my buttcrack this season! Matched it up with the Bright Yellow AYSM Jacket from volcom, together these two are pimpin! Had a few "whoa, thats bright and kinda 80's" comments already which I'm stoked on even if others are not!
Back pocket zipper
I Love almost everything about these pants, they kept me warm and dry for the most part. There is one small design flaw that I found annoying though. The rear zippers are not waterproof/resistant and the left one doesn't even have a flap over it. So what was happening was when I would sit down on the slope, snow/ice would accumulate on the zipper, then melt and moisture would then get into the lining of the pants. Now, I did'nt get soaked by any means, but it was enough to be annoyingly noticeable.
The vents are great, plenty of pockets, the ziptech feature is awesome, they fit perfect (I am 5'8", 150# and the small fit me best, tried the different sizes in the outlet), and other than the back zipper they kept me dry.
I hope volcom fixes the zipper issue in the next iteration of this pant, then they would be perfect.
Tried them out last night in a near blizzard. I stayed warm and dry. The bib feature is nice for rockin the sag with no consequence. Plus you can hang the spenders down in the spring if you should feel so inclined! I definitely recommend them to anyone thinking about picking some up
Sick pant, not super baggy kinda has a fit similar to regular cut denim. clean look with the benefit of the overall. I'm about 5'10 with a 32 waist and wear the larges and they are just slightly baggy on me. I usually wear one layer underneath and the 60g of Polyfill keep me pretty warm on the coldest days in Utah and the Northwest. No other Volcom pant I would want to wear this year.
These are my 8th pair of pants and the best so far. The high back and bib keeps the kidneys warm and snow out on heel side wipe outs,
I'm 6ft and 36in waist and the xl has a roomy fit but not baggy ass with plenty of non restrictive movement.
I don't usually buy insulated outer layers but in the -20C I have been riding in recently I'm glad they are; lets see about this on some spring ride outs, likewise to test their waterproof qualities.
Does someone know if the black is a "black...
Does someone know if the black is a "black denim" or a typical black snowboard pant material?? Also do the the back of the pants have any large logos or somthing on it, or even a photo of the back??
Little late to your response but these are a straight black pant. The only logo on the pants is on the left leg pocket. Its pretty small and is white.
Hey I am 6'2 and prolly got a 35" waist....
Hey I am 6'2 and prolly got a 35" waist. Im not small but im not fat and I want pants that will be baggy but not ridiculous. Do you think I should get an XL in these Lando's???
and how well does 20k waterproofing hold up compared to Gore-tex 3L softshell?
I would go for the XL's. I'm 6 feet tall, 165 lbs and wear larges for a baggy fit. Gore-tex is rated at 20k, so you'll be all good. The 20k waterproofing on these bibs will be completely waterproof.
is this the same orange hue as the is...
is this the same orange hue as the is design forma goggles?