L1 Skinny Twill/Denim Pant - Men's

Skate style, adapted for the snow.

Wanna rock the skinny jeans style but don't want to end up with a soaking wet butt halfway through the day? The L1 Skinny Twill/Denim Pant has you covered. Made from durable twill or denim, this pant has a streetwear-inspired look that will keep you looking cool as you do morning laps at the park or take off for an afternoon freestyle session on the frontside. The 10K-rated waterproof, breathable fabric and critical seam taping keeps you from getting soaked after your first bail. A gusseted crotch gives you freedom to move, while hem-expander zippers ensure your pants fit over your boots.

  • A ski or snowboard pant with a streetwear-inspired design
  • Twill/denim fabric offers a durable, yet casual look
  • 10K-rated construction for breathable protection
  • Critical seam taping helps prevent seeping
  • Gusseted crotch increases range of motion
  • Zippered hems ensure pants fit over boots
  • Skinny fit with shoelace waist adjustment
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Great looking slim snowboard pant

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Bought this as a gift for a family member that requested some skinny fit snowboard pants and he couldn't be happier! He's the most popular guy at Las Lenas Argentina ski resort this season. They are super warm and the fit is great while still allowing for movement riding pow or park.

Hey everyone come & see how good I look!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

These pants are pretty neat. I have skied these on 17+ pow days, to park sunny days and they have held up fine. They are warmer than I anticipated and help up fine to 0 degrees F, with a layer underneath them. Also, my legs have remained dry in all conditions. If you are looking for a pant that makes jaws drop and girls ask you for your number, look no further. This is the do it all pant.

Unanswered Question

What is the difference between the L1 Skinny Black Twill and the Skinny Black Overdye Denim? I understand that they are different materials but I am wondering if one is of higher quality and also if they have different temperature ratings etc...