- Waterproof/Breathability: 10K/10K
- Shell/Insulated: Shell
- Fit: Regular
- Category: Resort
- Size: N/A
- Colour: Black and Green
- Price: £85
Probably the most affordable snowboard pants in modern-day snowboard history, the Adidas Mobility Pants come at an impressively low price of £85. In general, Adidas Snowboarding has done well with their price / quality ratio, offering good snowboard outerwear at a reasonable price – making snowboarding more accessible, as a result.
Drawing on the looks of the classic Adidas Lazy Man Pants, the Adidas Mobility Pant possesses the same laid-back loose-fitting tracksuit-styled characteristics, meaning the target audience is more or less the same but at a lower price point. There’s also higher waterproof / breathability ratings.
“Probably the most affordable snowboard pants in modern-day snowboard history, the Adidas Mobility Pants come at an impressively low price of £85”
Adidas Snowboarding has been known to make outerwear that, to a large extent, is aimed at the street rats out there. The loose fit isn’t just a nice blast from the past in terms of style, but it also adds an immense amount of comfort and space. The more space, the more room to tweak and to layer up.
Both the waterproof and breathability ratings rank up at 10K, meaning the mobility pants do a good job in keeping the elements out. When winter turns to spring, and the snow starts to get slushy, you really ought to make sure your pants can keep the wet snow from getting in.
Underlining the Adidas Mobility Pants laidback personality is the bare necessity approach to features. There are zipped pockets and an adjustable waistband for optimising the fit, and that’s about your lot.
By introducing the low-priced Mobility Pants to their range, Adidas is doing a great job in trying to make snowboarding less exclusive – something we at Whitelines value highly.
The model in the photo is 5’8” (173cm) tall and wearing size M.