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Crazy Idea Repeat Pant


As the bottom half of a Crazy Idea Repeat detachable suit, the pants can be used shirtless or affixed to the jacket. They certainly stand on their own two legs when compared to other pants. Made with the supernatural PowerKler fabric, the pants are sleek and form fitting. The fabric-makers claim touching it will increase your “micro-circulation” and exercise capacity. We’re not sure about that, but we do know these are nice tights that enjoy skiing. Boot buckle cutouts on the legs won’t interrupt your transitions while the stirrups keep everything in place. A little elastic pocket in the back is a good stash spot. For even more spots, snap it to the jacket and gain all its features. The Repeat pant is designed for repeating ski lines, over and over.

  • Athletic fit with flatlock seams almost feels like your pantless.
  • Boot buckle cutouts work with Dynafit, Alien, and Syborg boots.
  • Stirrups help the pant act like a gaiter over race boots.
  • Elastic pocket in the lower back can hold a few things.
convert to ounces
288g [M]
Ventilation N/A
Pockets 1 lower back
Waist Elastic
Cuffs Stirrups w/ buckle cutouts
Specs Verified No
Fit Body
Materials   PowerKler, Schoeller works
Insulation N/A
Seams Flat
Lining None
Coating DWR
Skimo Co Says
Usage Racing, training
Notes Snaps together with jacket
Bottom Line Half a nice suit
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Lance N
I’m 5’4” and 145lbs. What size pant and top would be best suited for me. I have an athletic/muscular build. 30” waist and 28 inseam jeans fit perfect and a small t shirt is snug but not too snug. I’m looking at the Crazy Idea Repeat duo. Thanks
Answer from Zak M
Hey Lance, based on the measurements you provided a small should fit quite well but you might be right on the borderline. But being that these are some tight-fitting race pants they want to fit a bit snug and will stretch just a bit.
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Question from Paul3
I am very interested in the Crazy Idea Repeat Pant & Jacket, but am confused about sizing. I am 5'8", 175 lbs +/-. I normally where a pant with a 34 inch waist and 29/30 inch inseam. Can you suggest sizes?
Answer from TSB
Hey Paul III, I'd say you're right around a size Large for the Repeat pants. You could size down to the Medium to get the length slightly more accurate, but the waist might be a tad tight. The Repeats are quite stretchy, so you can choose which direction you'd rather have more stretch.
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Question from Anthony O
I have the repeat top and hugo race pants, the top has a thin fleece lining, do these pants have the same lining as the repeat top or are they unlined like the race pants?
Answer from jbo
Hi Anthony, yes the Repeat pants are lightly lined, similar to the top.
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Question from Doug
I am 6'3" 33 inch waist 185-190 lbs with fairly large legs. would large be sizing or XL be better?
Answer from Trace Leches
Hey Doug! Oh man, you could probably go either way at this point, but I'd probably go with the XL. They're fairly stretchy, but I think the Large might be a bit too short for you.
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Question from David

Size chart is kinda weird on this one. I fall in between a large and medium typically. I have a 31" inseam and a 30" waist. What size do you think is best?

Answer from Trace Leches
Hey David, thanks for reaching out! Sizing is indeed kinda weird, but I'd say definitely start with the Medium. Our shop manager is a 32" waist and 32" inseam and wears a Large in Crazy Idea pants without really any room to go down a size.
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Greg K (used product regularly)
This is a basic skimo tight with the added benefit of a stash pocket on the rear waist. When paired with the matching top and with a pack on I typically never use the rear pocket though since it has no zipper closure. Still I guess it's good to have the extra space if I were ever maxed out on the pockets on the top.

My only substantive complaint is that I wish the pant had windproof panels like the PDG pant or older Radical race suit. I end up having to pair these with a pair of Mezzalama shorts when doing early morning training runs even with a windproof boxer and a full-length base layer on.

The buckle cut-outs are simple, straight-forward, and work without hassle (I only can speak for Ultra Lock buckle style boots).

Nice to see that they are offering a non-black color option now as I typically overheat in black on a sunny day.
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Question from Karl
Just got pants. Love the feel. Coming from the nordic racing world, it's fun to know "tights" are 'allowed' in ski mo also ;-).
How do I attack the ski boot cut outs?....the whole section or just part of it and enlarge as needed? razor works best I'd assume?? Dynafit PDG's are the boot. Seems rather self explanatory, but thought I'd ask before cutting into a brand new pair of pants. Thanks, Karl
Answer from jbo
Hi Karl, yeah Nordic folks don't miss a beat! I start small and enlarge as needed. You'd rather not have snow come in when booting and such.
Answer from Brian h
A little late to this discussion but other's can benefit.

Using a soldering iron for these cut out tasks is super slick.
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