Men's Ski & Snowboard Pants Free 300 designed for beginner to intermediate skiers and snowboarders, practicing mainly freestyle 1 or 2 weeks a year.
Stylish and comfortable, the Free 300 trousers are perfect for beginner freestylers looking for additional thermal protection to no longer feel cold, even when sitting for long periods in the snow.
Recycled 60 g/sqm wadding. Warm fleece lining and seat comfort layer.
Highly waterproof. 10 000 mm membrane. Watertight main seams.
Breathable component facilitates perspiration wicking.
4 secure pockets: 2 hand pockets, 1 cargo side pocket, 1 rear pocket.
Drawstring waist. Belt loops.
Freedom of movement
Large fit for greater comfort and freedom of movement.
Reinforced inside leg. Excellent stability after washing.
Can I be sure my pants will protect me well in bad weather?
To better cope with bad weather (rain, snow, wind, etc.), the Free 300 pants were rigorously developed and assembled to prevent water from entering and to feel the wind less. The pants were placed in a special shower reproducing the conditions a snowboarder may have to cope with, to check they are watertight. Finally, we wore them for several days' snowboarding under all conditions to validate this waterproofness.
What's the point of having water-repellent pants?
Water repellent fabric allows water to run off its surface without seeping in. The Free 300 pants are made from water-repellent materials to prolong their resistance to bad weather. This is an additional hi-tech solution for staying dry for as long as possible in parks or backcountry. You need to repeat this treatment regularly using the products sold in our stores for it to remain water-repellent.
"Coated" pants: what are the advantages of this coating?
The coating is a waterproof substance that is spread on the inner side of the fabric. It prevents water from seeping into the garment but allows the water vapor produced by an active body to escape. This allows you to stay dry for greater comfort in use!
What is a membrane and what's it for?
The pants membrane consists of a very thin component applied to the inner surface of the outer fabric. This hydrophilic component prevents water from seeping in, while allowing perspiration produced by your body to escape. The membrane is unbeatable when it comes to staying warm and dry longer.
Water gets in through the seams. Do my pants have waterproof seams?
As well as the waterproof material, we use sealed seams to make the Free 300 jacket more waterproof. These are waterproof adhesive strips fixed to the inside seams of the garment to make it perfectly watertight.
These taped seams are present on the areas most exposed to snow.
How will my Free 300 pants keep me warm?
We use wadding for insulation to keep you warm. The wadding is a synthetic material containing polyester that captures more or less air depending on the size of the fibers. Wadding can be standard, hi-tech or siliconized, each offering different properties (warmth, lightweight, supple, etc.).
How can I be sure that my pants are strong?
We know how much energy is expended during a day's skiing or snowboarding. That’s why we take particular care in choosing all the elements that make up our products to guarantee the best possible protection.
What are "breathable" pants?
Breathability is the pants' ability to allow moisture produced during exercise to escape to the outside, keeping you dry. Wed'ze uses materials that help prevent condensation inside the garment.
How should I dress to avoid having cold legs on the slopes?
To keep the bottom of your body warm and dry, we recommend using the 2-layer rule. The principle is simple: Use 2 layers of fabric, each having a particular function. Your undergarment or tights produce and retain warmth. As for your snowboard pants, they protect you from bad weather. All these layers should be breathable in order to evacuate humidity.
How can I prevent snow from getting into my pants?
Our pants have elasticated gaiters at the bottom that cover the boots. If you fall or ski in fresh snow, the seal created by the gaiter keeps the snow out.
Can I compare the products' environmental impact?
"The product's environmental impact is calculated over its entire life cycle and with different indicators. A score of A, B, C, D or E is made to help you easily identify the most eco-friendly products by comparing products of a similar type (T-shirts, trousers, backpacks).
For Decathlon, this initiative to display environmental data is a priority.
Main fabric : 100.0% Polyester cationic\r\nPadding : 100.0% Polyester cationic\r\nMain lining : 100.0% Polyester cationic