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Crash Pants V5

$125
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Product Description

 

 Since the first version in 2010, crash pants have been continually redesigned to keep your skin off the pavement via reinforcing layers of Cordura at the knees, hips, thighs, and seat.  This fifth version is better than ever with the same hard core construction you expect, new top quality fabrics, a stretch feature in the waist to improve fit, and multiple inseam lengths per size!

Features:

- Mobility Maximizing Inseam: Four way stretch inseam allows for hyper mobility in this most durable of pants. 

-Cordura Reinforced: The Knees, Seat, Hips and Thighs are all backs with Cordura, the most abrasion resistant fabric, to keep your skin off the pavement. 

-Drawstring Belt: A channel in the waistline houses a drawstring belt to keep things in place. 

-Seam Reducing Design: During a crash the seams are what will break first so the "half moon" pocket design has limited the seams on the seat to just two. 

-Contoured and Ergonomic Design.

-Available in multiple length and size combinations. 

Warranty Information

Skating with phones, wallets, keys and other hard objects in pockets will cause rapid wear from grip tape and pavement. When you start a session, empty your pockets! While these are designed with skating in mind, no refunds or exchanges will be made for gear that is damaged from doing so (just like your skateboard), they were not designed to be wear proof and there is no guarantee against crashes resulting in holes. They are designed with reinforcement so that crashes resulting in holes wont immediately get down to your skin, but with certain variables like speed, weight, type of crash and what you crash on, theres just nothing you can do about it, that's life. Anything determined to be a manufacturer defect will be addressed differently.

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  1. Top Quality Skater Designed Product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Jan 2016

    I have had two pairs of these--the jeans and the red canvas. The jeans are no doubt a little more durable, but they also breath less. For everyday wear, I prefer the canvas. For cold weather, I'd pick the jeans. Both are exceptional and will last you far longer than you average pair of pants. A few good falls of tearing through denim/canvas and you've still got plenty of Cordura on your butt to keep from shredding the buns.

    The pants are a big upgrade from previous seasons on aesthetics. I wear them in public proudly ;) Also awesome for rock and tree climbing, slackline, anything where you would want enhanced flexibility without sacrificing durability...also good for straight chillin.


  2. Pants worth skating with 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Nov 2015

    As casual longboarder for the past 6 years I've gone through dozens of skate pants because they either get torn up or they stop feeling comfortable. These pants are durable and the crotch is stretchy and very breathable. Pants also allow a wide range of motion with the most amount of protection. Worth it!


  3. high quality! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 19th Nov 2015

    These pants are the bee's knees! Speaking of knees, they provide superior pretection in several key areas while reataining great mobility. If you like to skate fast and dont like road rash i would highly recommend copping a pair. Plus they look really rad in all the various colors.


  4. best butt 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 18th Nov 2015

    This is the best version yet. I mainly love everything about the pants but my favorite part is the butt. The back pockets are perfect.


  5. PC Crash Pants 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Oct 2015

    These pants do an excellent job of protecting your bread and butter when you skate. The only complaint i have is that theyre pretty chokey and could be a little more breathable in my opinion. All in all they fit great, offer great protection, and keep you road rash free so you can get the ladies!





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