Serious storm-proofing and a slim, flattering fit.
The Volcom Women's Species Stretch Pant knows how to shed wet winter weather thanks to its storm-stopping V-Science Stretch Twill fabric and taped critical seams. Its slim fit stays in close, and the stretch fabric means that you'll have optimum mobility for those terrain-park sessions. The Species also uses a breathable lining system and mesh-lined zippered vents to keep your core at a comfortable temperature.
Volcom gave the Species a Zip Tech pant-to-jacket interface that allows you to zip the pant into compatible Volcom jackets to keep out pesky backbowl powder snow and slush balls from botched tabletop landings. Boot gaiters with lace hooks come in wicked handy when the snow is deep. An adjustable inner waistband supplies a comfortable, secure fit while hand and back pockets stash your hotel key, lip balm, and snack money.
- V-Science Stretch Twill fabric (15K/15K)
- V-Science Breathable Lining System
- Taped critical seams
- Stretch slim fit
- Mesh-lined zippered vents
- Zip Tech pant to jacket interface
- Triple reinforced rise
- Adjustable inner waistband
- V-Science boot gusset and boot gaiter
- Stone ticket ring
Share your thoughts
Yay for long length
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
I am 5'9'' and struggle to find a pant that is long enough but still stylish. These pants are exactly what I was looking for. I am 130 lbs and got a size M which fit perfect. Slim (but not tight) in the thigh and more room at the bottom so they fit nicely over boots-- Not tight in the butt either. I only have wore them riding twice but they are super comfy and I am very pleased. The bottom stays snug around your boot so the pant doesn't lift and look short on the lift and when buckling in which is a plus for tall girls like me. I got the brushed nickel color and they are better in person- textured (not shiny) and a darker grey than the picture.
What is the difference, in inches, between an XS and S? The overall length, the inseam length, the waist width, and the length of the rise. The small is big on me, but I'm not sure if the XS will be too small. Thank you for any input.