Men's Lined Kodiak Pants
- Tough 6oz sueded nylon feels super soft against the skin
- Fleece lining from waistband down to cuff for warmth
- Reinforced seat and knees for abrasion
- 2 zippered front pockets
- 2 zippered hip pockets and 2 zippered back pockets
- Articulated knees for good fit
- Side zippered security pocket
- Elastic at sides for easy fit
Sometimes it’s cold. Really cold. Luckily, the new Lined Kodiak Pant will keep you warm (really warm). Made with a soft, sueded brushed nylon on the outside and ultra-warm and windproof polyester microfleece on the inside, the Kodiak Pants will keep you warm on adventures from Antartica to Kodiak and anywhere in between. Six zipper pockets allow secure storage no matter the elements; take these for a spin this winter.Jump to Product Reviews
Reason For Being: A lined pant that keeps you warm in absurdly cold temperatures without sacrificing on looks.
Fabric: The outside is a sueded 6oz nylon that is soft and tough. The inside is a polyester microfleece that keeps wind out and heat in.
Zipper Pockets: Both front and back pockets are closed by zipper, along with the hidden zippered security pocket. Welted side pockets zip open and closed for extra storage.
Reinforcement: The Lined Kodiak Pants are reinforced with an extra layer of fabric on the seat, knees, and ankles to provide extra durability even with extreme use.
Men's Lined Kodiak Pants Reviews
4.8 out of 5 stars (37 reviews)
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Sorry I only just received the pants. They fit fine and feel comfortable. I've yet to wear them in cold weather. So I can't comment on that.
Daniel E., Pacifica, California
these definitely handle the cold. I no longer need a base layer
Jacob R., Amarillo, Texas
Ok so I don't have a ton of experience with the Kodiak pants one week with temps at 20F and below. That said they are much warmer than my ofter RaidRider pants (X-Treme Adventure). My only issue with them is every pocket being zipped I find the zipper a bit rough and have scratch my hand a couple times putting it in to get something out. My preference would be to have the two main (front) pockets without zippers.
Mike ., Plum, Pennsylvania