There's no doubt that the 686 Deconstructed Insulated Denim Pant makes riding in jeans cool again, although some people (your dad) think it was always cool, while others (the rest of the family) don't think it's ever been cool. Regardless of past opinions, everyone can agree that this innovative, stylish, and high-performing pants are an excellent choice for a steezy day at the mountain. infiDry 10k Stretch fabric keeps you dry on snowy and stormy days, and has a lot more mobility than dad's old dungarees, so you can keep crushing it in the park without being held back. When the temps start to drop deep into the season, you'll be nice and warm with light synthetic Polyfill insulation, but don't worry about it getting too stuffy in there. You've got Air-Flo mesh-lined inner thigh vents quickly allow cooling airflow to circulate, so you can get right back to riding in comfort. Boot gaiters keep snow out whether you're surfing through powder or taking a digger in the park, and have a BOA compatible system to let you adjust BOA boots quickly and easily. Rounding everything out is an adjustable waistband so you can ride in comfort, and a 5-pocket styling that with a secure seam stash pocket.
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