Designed to follow the popular Century pant (remember the "pant of the century"?), the Crazy Idea Avenger pants have some updated trimmings and colors, but in form and function are essentially the same thing. The Avenger pants are designed for comfort and functionality while exerting yourself in a wide range of conditions, making these pants the favorite Skimo Co softshell bottom. With wind-and-water-resistant material on the front of the legs, and lighter, breathable material on the back, these are made for upward endeavors. The knees and the bottom of the legs are made of reinforced material, so when you get sloppy with the crampons your pants may live to see another day (depending on how sloppy you get). An internal elastic waistband can be adjusted via an external lanyard and clamp, keeping you nice and aerodynamic on the up and the down. If you need a durable, functional, and comfortable ski touring pant, the Crazy Idea Avenger pants are the best choice to keep you smiling for many skin tracks and sunrises to come.
Silver Magic reinforced material on the knees and bottom of the legs extends the life of your pants and is strong enough to hold up to whatever abuse you throw their way.
Elastic waistband with internal drawstring will keep these pants on and where they're supposed to be and will stretch to accommodate the holiday weight surge.
The whole pant is treated with DWR, keeping you dry and warm no matter how many times you spill your breakfast on the way to the trailhead.
Two diagonal zippered front pockets are joined by a new pocket, running horizontally and located on the right aspect of the wearer's derriere.
Gaiters on the back of the bottom cuff are designed to accommodate boot buckles and climb/ski levers.
Hi. I am 6'2" and 215 lbs. Would the XL fit me? If not, what would?
The Avenger pant in an XL will fit tight to the body for you, but can be a good match if that is what you are looking for. If you are wanting a looser fit the Century pant in a XXL will be a great option!
Hey EAG! Congrats on choosing the pants of the decade...century...millenium?! If you're measuring out at a 30x30 for traditional pants, then the Small would probably be a snug fit on you, with the Medium a bit more relaxed.
Hey Chris, the Avenger doesn't have the PdG side cut-out option, though its predecessor the Century did! I would recommend bumping up to a size XL if you wanted a slightly more relaxed fit, or the size L to be extra-aero. And, apart from the Centuries, I'd look at a race-style tight like the Dynafit DNA Training Tights.