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  1. #1
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    Soft Shell / Guide / Spring Pants for Tall and Skinny

    I like the Patagucci guide pants and really like the OR Gramicci pants but they fit me horribly. Arcteryx and Norronna usually fit great. Don't need to be super lightweight. Any suggestions on brand and model?

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    Marmot has some longs that I like. $77 cyber monday through today.
    https://www.marmot.com/mens-scree-pa...1=long&start=1

  3. #3
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    Dynafit Mercury pants have run long and lean in the past.
    Sawatch is French for scratchy.

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    I have a pair of the Mercury and a 35 inseam, and can confirm. They are thickish soft shell, FYI. Prolly a lot warmer than the Marmot for example.
    Well maybe I'm the faggot America
    I'm not a part of a redneck agenda

  5. #5
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    Love the mercury but you'd better have skinny thighs if you want to make them work... I find myself opening the thigh vents in all kinds of unfriendly weathers just to let my meaty legs decompress a bit. Damn euro fit...

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    Thanks, everyone. I'm a beanpole so the euro fit should work. I had a pair of Screes and they fit perfectly. May go back to them if I can't find anything more ski-specific. Do you think an internal beacon pocket or phone pocket is too much to ask for?

  7. #7
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    I've got about 10 days on a pair of Strafe Temerity pants. Great fit, very breathable, super comfy, and great pocket placement.
    I'm 6' 5", 215# (36x36 in jeans), and the XL fits great.
    They no longer make the Temerity, but the sizing on their other pants may work for you.

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