From $189.99 CAD
Snap To It
Dual snap closure keeps these pants securely fastened and riding right where you want them.
Dry On The Inside
Agent Winter pants have a built-in rear ventilation system designed to jettison dreaded crotch heat, keeping you cooler while shreding.
Dry On The Inside
All zippers on these pants are fully waterproof – keeping all your important stuff dry even when you're out playing around in the rain and slop.
Ride All Seasons
Rain, sleet, snow, wind, mud, nothing is going to stop you from getting your required daily stoke. Agent Winter pants give zero Fs about the elements, offering waterproof, breathable coverage and a full stable of features.
|Construction||Mix of bonded 3 layer and 2.5 layer fabrics|
|Protection||Reinforcecd ankle panels|
|Adjustment||External waist adjustment and dual snap ankle adjustment|
|Pockets||Zippered hand pockets|
|Ventilation||Rear ventilation panel|
|Inseam Length||80-83cm (31.5-32.5in)|
keeps you dry, breaths well, best worn on a cool day rather than a warm day
Does exaxctly what is says on the tin.
Awesome love them
For sizing reference: I’m 6’2”, 193 pounds and wear size 35 Levi’s. I bought size Large and the fit is bang on, long enough, not baggy but not constricting of movement.
I have worn these in a variety of conditions from below freezing to about 13C, with a thermal under layer and without... I was warm enough in the cold and cool enough in the warmer temps. The side Velcro adjusters and belt loops mean I can layer up underneath one day and with just a padded liner the next and the fit stays good. The high back is good too, no feeling like they are falling down, the crotch is cut high enough so it’s not hooking on the seat. The material seams tough, breathes well, easy to wipe clean with a sponge or towel. Reinforced material at the inside ankles is a bonus as well as the snap adjustment at the cuff. I just really like these, no feeling of constriction it also no feeling like riding on a bag either.
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