Get irie in the Stillwell Pant from Oakley. Tanner Hall's pro model pant features Oakley's Hydrogauge™ 15 performance fabric, reinforced cuff webbing and show lace-like waist drawcord for extra style points. From the park to the backcountry, these pants will keep your style on lock and your bum warm.
Hydrogauge™ 15 Specifically designed for skiing snowboarding in the harshest environments.
Inner thigh vents
Fixed adjustable waist tabs
Lower leg zippers
Reinforced cuff webbing
Lower leg abrasion-resistant patches
Silicone gripper waist band
Snap storm connection
Boot gaiter with Lycra®
Back hem snap system
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Comments about Oakley Stillwell Pants:
I ordered the XL (36"), as i'm 6'4" with a 34" waste (210 lbs) and didn't want the pants "fitted". I've had to adjust the velcro tabs on the side to pull them in, but I'm thankful I have a little extra room if I need it. That said, my biggest concern was going to be bagginess by going larger, and that isn't the case. The pants are perfect in the seat and thighs, not super baggy, not "fitted". The bottoms have some flair (think boot cut), which should give plenty of room to fit over ski or board boots. The write up says it's reinforced at the cuff, which may be true, but it definitely looks like your skis will still slice them. Oh well, for me that seems par for the course with ski pants.
The write up says no insulation, which I suppose is technically true, but they have some soft mesh like liner, which definitely provides warmth. Simply putting them on in the house for fitting, I can feel my legs getting warmer. I'm expecting to wear these with some Under Armor Heat Gear and that's all.
Pockets are plentiful, two hand, two cargo and even a back pocket, which is probably good because they designed the zippers on angles for style. That means that you don't really get a full pocket as things are going in your pocket on an angle, or to the side. I don't think i'll be digging into the top hand pockets on a ski lift, for fear of things just falling out. However the cargos may work better than a standard pocket. While sitting the zipper goes straight down or parallel to your thigh with the pocket falling to the sides, it's actually pretty cool. Most cargos have the zipper going perpendicular. that said, there really isn't that much room in any one pocket.
All that said, and yes I'm a little rough of my review of the pockets, I can quickly see these pants being my go to, especially if the waterproofing proves as effective as the write-up. I bought the cream with teal cord which perfectly matches my Arc'Teryx Alpha SV shell (platinum), with lime & teal zippers.