686 Reserved Destructed Denim Insulated Pant: 686 is known for making the best snow denim pants in the game. Maybe it has something to do with that Levis collaboration a few years back. Plain and simple, denim will always be relevant. The Reserved Destructed Denim Insulated pant is just as tech as the infamous Smarty Cargo pant even though they look like your favorite worn in jeans. These 5 pocket jean styled pants will drive the ladies nuts like David Lee Roth in a hot for teacher video. Don’t be fooled, the15K mm waterproofing will keep you protected in those slippery when wet conditions.
686 Reserved Destructed Denim Insulated Snowboard Pants offer a casual, street wear style that is all about comfort with the power to provide excellent weather protection from blizzard-like conditions with varying temperature ranges. 686 has designed this pair of comfortable snowboard pants that actually feel and look like your favorite pair of jeans. The Destructed Denim Insulated Snowboard Pants are like no other because of the polyester base outer shell that rubs together gently. Made of highly breathable and waterproof engineered photo-realistic vintage denim material that is also durable and so very comfortable you will forget that you are wearing protection from snow, rain, wind and moisture. Lots of pockets to keep your stuff as needed throughout the day, they will be safe and secure.
Wish you could wear jeans every day, but hate gimmicky fabrics that get waterlogged as soon as it starts snowing? Check out the 686 Reserved Destructed Denim Insulated Men's Pant. The photo-realistic print on a tech polyester twill fabric gives you the denim style you want without the soaked fabric you don't, thanks to fully taped seams and an InfiDry membrane that's rated 15K waterproof. Even more realistic is the classic 5-pocket jeans styling and contrast stitching, making these pants look so legit that you might accidentally put them on when you wake up on non-shredding mornings. Jeans aren't renowned for keeping you warm, either, but the Destructed is loaded up with 40g insulation to keep your pegs warm, and inseam vents to cool them off when the day gets sticky.
The 686 LTD Destructed Denim Insulated Snowboard Pant looks like a pair of jeans that’s been put through a few worksites and wash cycles. They include contrast stitching and a five-pocket array to stay true to the jeans look. Underneath the faux denim lies INFIDRY-15™waterproofing and 40g polyfill insulation that will keep you toasty and dry. If you’re tired of snowboard pants that only look natural within 20 feet of the resort base, maybe it’s time to go “denim.”Specs:
|Breathability:||High Breathability (9000g-15,000g)|
|Fabric Rating:||15K Waterproof / 10K Breathable|
|Full Zip Sides:||No|
|Insulation:||40g light polyfill insulation|
|Lining Material:||Nylon taffeta, poly brushed tricot, and poly mesh lining|
|Model #:||L3W206 IDG M|
|Shell Material:||100% polyester INFIDRY-15™ fabric|
|Taped Seams:||Fully Taped|
|Thigh Zip Venting:||No|
|Waterproof:||Moderately Waterproof (5000mm-19,999mm)|
|686 Limited Edition Destruction Denim Pants||$149.95|
I've always been looking for a perfect combination of fashion and function and had a hard time finding a good balance. I think that these a pretty damn close to the perfect combination. Warm, dry and sick looking, these pants are dope! These pants have the most unique color or I guess you'd call it a wash of a snowboard pant. Literally looks like you just got off work at your contractors position. Which in my opinion is a great look. I love the 5 pocket styling- I wear five pocket jeans on a daily basis why should I change that for snowboarding?
-Bottom line these pants look sweet, like worn in jeans
Now to the tech, the REAL reason I bought these pants. These joints have 15k waterproofing AND they're insulated. This means that if your in the middle of real beast of a blizzard, I means its snowing, its windy, its 15 degrees, you might actually have a fighting chance at keeping warm. I was alittle nervous to get insulated pants mostly because I've never run them before. But I dropped in since they have fully taped seams and poly insulation (rather than down). I've put these guys to the test in some pretty damp conditions and have yet to experience any sort of leakage. In fact, the only moisture inside the pants has been from sweat - because one day I thought it would be a good idea to wear these things summer boarding in 70 degree weather - they're cold weather pants don't do that!
The starts have alligned on these pants for me, they look flossy, they are warm and dry. And because I am a major softy I need all that stuff.
By the way i usually wear 32x32 sized pants and I wear medium in these!