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686 LTD Destructed Denim Insulated Pant - Men's - 2012 BCS
Love rocking the denim look but hate gimmicky fabrics that get waterlogged as soon as it starts snowing? Check out the 686 LTD Destructed Denim Insulated Pant. The photo-realistic print on a tech polyester twill fabric gives you the style you want without the soaked fabric you don't.
- Infidry-15 waterproof/breathable membrane and fully taped seams for high-end storm protection
- All-over 40g polyfill insulation for warmth without restrictive bulk
- Boa-compatible leg gaiters allow easy access to your dial for on-the-fly boot adjustments
- Air-Flo vents with Smooth Operator mesh gussets to prevent annoying zipper snags
- PJ-Connect system easily attaches your pants to any 686 snowboard jacket for a complete snow seal
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This pant looks great!
September 14, 2012
This is a great looking pant! This pant has all the necessary pockets and vents! It looks great, just like you are wearing a pair of jeans! This pant is very waterproof, and keep you warm and dry on the coldest days! This pant is very cool!
Great Fit Cool Look, Endless fatures
April 6, 2013
Got these and was happy to see that 686 has moved back to a more standard sizing for their pants. In years past a small fit more like a medium, medium like a large etc.
get allot of questions about the "jeans" until people are close enough o realize they are snow pants, the print is that realistic.
With Fit and comfort spot on, all that's left to do is shred in em and for that they work remarkably well.
February 28, 2013
I've been really happy with these pants so far. They match with pretty much every jacket I have and look great. I've gotten quite a few compliments on them and additionally how much better they looked than the Burton jeans.
I'm a big fan of the 686 fit however I had to go up to an XL in these. I'm 5 9' 190lbs and the larges were way way to tight. The XL's fit great however and are very comfortable.
As usual with 686 the venting is spot on and help keep you cool. They have sufficient insulation, so I would imagine come spring they will get worn quite a bit less. It won't take much to overheat and a silk layer was plently even on a cold extremely windy CO day.
I did notice however that snow seems to stick to the material much more than your typical pant, but I'm sure that lends to the jean look. Will that equate wetting out of the material later on? We shall see, but as for now great job 686!!
686 destructed denim
February 16, 2013
I got to these pants after my Analog gravel got ripped. I was using it only for about 20 days and it just gave up with no real abuse by me.
now.. I really like the jeans pattern on a snowboard pant so I decided I want to explore that world a little more.
I found out about the 686 denim print and decided to give it a shot.
First of all, when you touch it, it feels heavier and more solid than the Analog pant. the material feels strong an durable unlike the analog nylon shell feel. the print itself looks worse than the gravel but I rather have a solid thick worm pant that won't rip then a paper thin good looking one.
January 23, 2013
these are 10x better than the ones made by Burton, they are waterproof, keep you very warm and they look and feel great.
- [outer fabric] polyester twill; [membrane] Infidry-15; [lining] nylon taffeta, brushed tricot, poly mesh
- Fabric Waterproof Rating:
- 15,000 mm
- Fabric Breathability Rating:
- 10,000 g/m
- [body] 40g polyfill
- Air-Flo thigh vents
- Side Zips:
- yes, gusseted
- yes, Boa compatible
- fully taped
- belt loops
- 2 front, 2 rear, 1 coin/phone, 1 thigh cargo
- Recommended Use: