686 Mannual Patron Pant

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686 Mannual Patron Pant
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686 Mannual Patron Pant -

686 Mannual Patron Pant - Women's:   On the 686 Women's Patron Pant, the value is in the technical features and quality fabrics.  With it's classic denim fit, they don't feel like snowpants.  A smart buy for ladies that rip.  With a five-pocket fit and a 10,000 mm waterproof/ 8,000 grams breathable protection system, these pants can be worn in any snowboard environment.  Complete with fully tapped seams, a light insulation and inner leg vent, this pant is sure to keep you dry and warm while looking good. 

Insulation:

  • 40g light body insulation provides a little built-in warmth

Weather and Wind:

  • Leg gaiter with boot hook and sock guard flap keeps snow out of the pants
  • INFIDRY-10™ waterproof, breathable coating provides great protection in winter weather; fully taped seams don't allow moisture to sneak in
  • Fully taped seams seal water out of every seam

Zippers:

  • Zippered hand pockets, zippered cargo pockets and dual back pockets give the pants a good look and offer up plenty of storage space
  • Zippered thigh pocket secures your belongings

Pockets:

  • Dual back pockets provide extra on-board storage
  • Hidden credit card/ID stash pocket tucks your cards away in a safe, accessible spot
  • Hand-warmer front pockets are your shelter from the storm

Fabric:

  • 40g polyester fiber insulation is rated to keep you warm in temperatures ranging from about 10°F to 32°F
  • 100% Nylon Taffeta / 100% Poly Peached and Brushed Tricot / 100% Poly Mesh
  • Horseshoe Hem

Fit:

  • Snowboarding and skiing require a lot of movement and the 686 Mannual Patron insulated pants have an All-Access fit that has enough room to accommodate your every move
  • Gusseted crotch that allows a comfortable range of motion; waistband tabs let you adjust the fit
  • Curved back leg opening enhances fit

Waistband:

  • Waistband swivel clip attachment is another attachment point
  • Peached tricot inner waistband and fly provide plush comfort
  • Swivel clip at the waistband gives you a convenient place to clip your gloves when they're not needed

Ventilation:

  • Ventilate on the go with hidden inseam vents; mesh gussets prevent snow from sneaking in when the vents are open
  • Leg vents
  • Air-Flo zip vents

Features:

  • Key clip and glove loop attachments keep your goods connected to you
  • Lower-leg openings expand in a snap for easy on and off
  • Classic jeans styling is simple and casual
  • Pant-to-jacket connection loops let you connect the pants to a compatible jacket
  • Left front belt loop grommet lift ticket attach
  • Knee articulation allows legs to move smoothly
  • 100% Poly mini Herringbone Denim
  • Ghetto Slits - Expandable lower leg opening with gusset
Backcountry.com

You already have your season pass and you plan on wearing out the bar code. The 686 Mannual Patron Insulated Pant has the tech, style, and durability to get you on a first name basis with the lifties. 

By the end of a 100-day season most pants would be a soggy, ketchup-stained nightmare, but Infidry-10 provides serious waterproofing and, thanks to a high pressure, three-step process, can take an entire season's worth of snow, rain, and washing. Laminates and membranes are great but without fully taped seams moisture can still creep in. Sno-Seal fully tapes all the seams, taking the 686 Patron pant to a new level of waterproof. 40g polyester insulation stays warm even when it's below freezing but leaves plenty of room for layering on super cold days. Air-Flo vents zip open to keep you cool during Spring sessions and Smooth-Operator mesh gussets keep snow from bouncing in. Snowboarding is a numbers game, the more days you ride the more likely you are to find powder. Be prepared with leg gaiters featuring book hooks and sock guard flaps to seal out snow and the PJ-Connect pant-to-jacket connection system that locks your pants to you powder skirt. 


Christy Sports

686 Women’s Mannual Patron Insulated Pant: Soon to be your favorite snowboarding pant, the 5 pocket Patron pant has proven it’s self year in and year out.  Detailed back pocket embroidery, textured fabrics, and all access fit.  A great shape thanks to adjustable waist tabs.  Solid 10Kmm waterproofing and fully taped seams will keep you dry anywhere without breaking the bank.


Snowboards.net

686 brings you the best in style and performance for all weather conditions. The 686 Mannual Patron Snowboard Pants represents functional, quality outerwear with all the right essentials for any conditions. With improved features including fully taped seams, zippered leg venting, snow gaiters and strategic insulation, this pant proves its worth in all types of weather conditions. The Mannual Patron brings to you a classic jean style that takes you from the slopes to the village with a look that doesn't stop.


Evo
If you're looking for a pair of snowboarding pants that are sure to keep you warm and dry, then check out the 686 Patron Insulated Pants. Made with 40 g of light body insulation, your legs are sure to stay warm regardless of the situation. The Patron battles Mother Nature's worst elements with the Infidry-10™ waterproofing that keeps your legs dry while allowing for great breathability. This year take your boarding to a new level with the 686 Patron Insulated Pants.

REI

Get geared up for a season of epic powder and full days of snowboarding with the women's 686 Mannual Patron waterproof, insulated pants.

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PeterGlenn

The 686 Patron Insulated Snowboard Pant is well equipped to keep your legs dry and warm, even if you spend more of the day sitting in the snow than riding on it. Ample waterproofing, fully taped seams, leg gaiters, and pant-to-jacket connection tabs ensure that moisture stays on the outside. Light insulation in the pants means you don't have to rely as much on heavy base layers for most days on the mountain. When your day outside is done, the classic, single-color jeans styling looks casual and relaxed back at the lodge.

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Activity:Snowsports
Articulated Knee:Yes
Breathability:Moderate Breathability (4000g-8999g)
Breathability Rating:8,000g
Cut:Regular
Exterior Material:Polyester
Fabric:Polyester / polyester blend
Fabric Rating:10K Waterproof / 8K Breathable
Full Zip Sides:No
Inseam (in.):31 inches
Insulated:Yes
Insulation:40g light body insulation
Insulation Weight:40g
Lining Material:Nylon taffeta, poly brushed tricot, and poly mesh lining
Low Rise:No
Model #:L2W407B DKRD S
Race:No
Shell Material:100% polyester INFIDRY-10™ fabric
Shell fabric:Polyester
Shell lining fabric:Nylon taffeta/polyester tricot/polyester mesh
Side cargo pockets:Yes
Suspenders:None
Taped Seams:Fully Taped
Thigh Zip Venting:Yes
Type:Insulated
Type of waterproofing:INFIDRY-10 waterproof breathable coating
Waist:Adjustable
Warranty:Other
Waterproof:Moderately Waterproof (5000mm-19,999mm)
Waterproof Rating:10,000mm
Windproof:Yes
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686 Mannual Patron Pant Review:

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My sister currently has a pair of these and is wearing them out. She loves the color since it matches her coat and the thigh vents are great for the warmer days.

Danielle Hardy at Backcountry.com on 11/30/2013