DC Men's Banshee Snowboard Pants
Back for another season of fun, the DC Banshee Snowboard Pants for men are a favorite for a reason -- they offer a few extra flashy features AND protect you while you're riding with their high-tech materials. Made from polyester micro twill, these medium weight pants are waterproof and windproof to keep you dry through any blizzard. They aren't insulated so you have lots of options for layering underneath when the temperature drops, and smooth taffeta lining that will slide easily over fleecy pants. The fabric breathes to help regulate interior moisture, while mesh-lined inner thigh vents open up to seriously dump heat when you're hiking a boot pack with your buddies on a sidecountry mission. Boot gaiters keep out the snow and a lift pass hook keeps your ticket accessible in the lines. Worth mentioning: Shant Control, which conjures up some interesting images, but what it really is, is a highly useful drawcord on the side that shortens the leg length to keep your cuffs from dragging on the nasty ground. From the sunny, powder-drenched slopes of Mammoth, to the year-round glacier skiing at Mt Hood, the DC Men's Banshee Snowboard Pants will keep you screaming down the mountain all year long.
- Fabric: 100% polyester micro twill midweight
- Waterproof / Breathable: 5000 MM / 5000 G
- Critically taped seams
- Lining: taffeta
- Boot gaiter
- Shant control: an interior drawcord in the legs shortens their length to protect from dragging on the ground
- Zipped hem boot gusset
- Mesh lined inner thigh vents
- Lift pass hook
- Fit: Standard
Buy the DC Banshee Snowboard Pants for Men from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.
Reviews - DC Men's Banshee Snowboard Pants
Love these pants
I have 3 pairs of these pants and absolutely love them. 1 pair of an older version in black, and 1 each black and lime of the newest style. Comfort wise, they can't be beat. Plenty of room throughout the crotch and legs. They're not the warmest pants. However, I only wear a pair of under armour thermals under them and have been fine in 0 degree temps. I have also never gotten wet in them. I do live in the midwest though. We don't usually get real wet snows. As far as styling goes, you can't beat DC products. These look great the DC Amo and Helix jacket, or anything else hanging in your closet.