If your current snow pants are torn up from your bindings and covered in duct tape (and maybe some parking lot mud) then this season might be the time for a fresh set. The lift-up shant control system of the Quiksilver Porter Insulated Pant lets you easily lift up your pant hems once you're off the slopes, keeping you looking as good as fresh powder snow. Yeah, that's a pretty cool feature, but that's just the beginning of what makes the classically-designed Porter Pant so great.Quiksilver gave the Porter its Driflight10 nylon twill fabric and taped critical seams to keep your shred sessions nice and dry, and a warming taffeta lining with brushed tricot seat feels silky smooth and comfortable whether you're wearing long-johns or not. WarmFlight synthetic insulation is plenty for keeping your legs shiver-free on those frigid powder mornings, but it's not so bulky that you look like you're wearing a spacesuit. Mesh-lined venting helps you keep your cool when the sun is high and you're hoofing laps in the terrain park. Taffeta boot gaiters with snap bottom leg gussets give your boots plenty of room while keeping out that pesky slush that builds up on the landings of your favorite terrain park features.
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