Relaxed: Also known as "regular," these garments fit just right, not too baggy or not too slim.
5 - 7: Great for temperatures 15°-30°F.
5 - 7: Great for moderate snow, offers plenty of versatility, good for most conditions.
Please Note: This style is from a previous season
If getting into new terrain is your thing, the Spyder Troublemaker Insulated Ski Pant is for you. This men's ski pant is durable and reliable, and packed with pocket space. There are two pockets at the hips, two on the back, and one cargo pocket on the right thigh. There's also thigh ventilation that will cool you off during a hike or when you're tracking off into the side country. The insulation is a little lighter so it won't overwhelm aggressive skiers. The fabric on the Troublemaker Pant is waterproof so you can count on staying dry.
- Fabric Rating: 10K Waterproof / 10K Breathable
- Shell Material: Stretch polyester Xt.L fabric
- Lining Material: Nylon taffeta lining
- Insulation: 40g Thinsulate insulation
- Spylon™ DWR makes water bead up instead of wetting the fabric surface
- Critical seam tape prevents seepage at exposed seams
- Scuff guards at the cuffs prevent shred
- Thigh vents open to release excess heat
- Adjustable waist and belt loops for the perfect fit
- Articulated design for freedom of movement
- Boot gaiters fit around boots to keep out snow
- Zippered hand pockets and bellowed cargo pocket to hold gear
- Back flap pockets for extra storage
Questions and Answers
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You can pay more but for the money these will keep you warm dry and able to move in all directions. The hype: "made by skiers for skiers" sure seems to be true with theses and will pair with just about any spider ski parka also sold at good old Peter Glen.
I got the classic green& they look nice the pockets are like kids pockets they are small. They are not like ski/boarding cargo pant pockets at all.
The cut is exact meaning they fit like normal hiking, outback or corduroy pant. They also sit waist high no high back at all. (Snow all up your back on those extended knee bends hahaha).
They definitely stretch & move with you. Although I felt like they were not meant for active crush sports. For that reason you need to size up just so you'll have that free feel. Also if you were considering layering up you should think about sizing up unless your a lanky framed person. I'm 5'10" 205 & work out & the dude in the pic says it all.
I have the XL grey/green Leader jacket but had to size up in the pant to XL and went to the Dare Athletic to match feel, high back and look.
Cant wait to use them in the cold to see if they live up to the hype. But if their anything like my thinsulate gloves I'm gonna be sweating.
This is a less expensive Spyder garment. I have an older pair of their $350 list ski pants with suspenders, better cuff guards, heavier material. For the price - these fit well, have handy pockets, will work for ''warmer'' ski days. Have not tested water-resistant features yet...hope they are fine on a wet chair.