You've been on a hunt for new snowboard pants, and it hasn't been easy. You're not looking for bells or whistles, you're not looking for frills, and you're definitely not looking for a fluorescent pants that look like they rolled in with the circus. What you are looking for is a durable, workwear-inspired design that can keep perform in any situation you find yourself in. The Homeschool Frost Hammer Pant does just what you need it to do; keep you dry and stoked every day of the season, no matter what you get yourself into.
The Frost Hammer pant features a 2-layer continuum waterproof/breathable laminate with a tough nylon twill face fabric that can take a serious beating in the park or in the woods. A nylon mesh lining keeps the pants comfortable on your body and prevents your underlayers from binding. Inseam vents can be opened if excess heat builds up in the pant, and boot gaiters clamp down on your boot to keep the snow out. For even more powder protection, a jacket-to-pant interface is designed into the pant that allow Homeschool jackets to be attached to the pants for a complete seal. Keep it simple and reap the benefits with the Homeschool Frost hammer pant.
- Continuum 2-layer (10,000K/10,000K) with fully taped seams
- Homeschool engineered fit
- Inner thigh vents
- Jacket-to-pant integration
- Boot gaiters
|Material||[membrane/laminate] Continuum (2-layer); [face fabric] nylon twill; [lining] nylon mesh||Fabric Waterproof Rating||10,000 mm|
|Fabric Breathability Rating||10,000 g/mē||Fit||Homeschool Engineered (regular)|
|Seams||fully taped||Waist||adjustable inner waistband|
|Pockets||2 handwarmer||Recommended Use||snowboarding, skiing|
|Manufacturer Warranty||limited lifetime|
- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
- Natural Waist:
- Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
- Using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.
- Measure from the center of your back to your wrist with arms held out.
- In general -- sizes fit a range of 1" up / 1" down. One should select their size from the largest/longest part of their body and go from there.