Men’s Tall Snow Pants for Skiing and Snowboarding 5


Not only do too short of snow pants look silly, they let the snow in too! I remember trying on snow pant after snow pant back in my skiing and snowboarding days to no avail. As with other tall men’s clothing, finding men’s tall snow pants was really hard back then. Online shopping has made this a lot easier. The two brands below should hopefully get you covered!

Extra Long Snow and Ski Pants for Tall People


Columbia

Columbia’s Bugaboo II snow pants come in a large tall. The inseam is said to be 34-36. I’m sure though that tall men with somewhat longer inseams will do fine with these. At 6′7″, I wear 36″ inseam jeans and have actually gotten by with Columbia’s regular length snow pants. I’ve used them for probably a decade and they’ve held up nicely.


Another option is Arctix. What is really great about them is that they actually make small tall and medium tall in addition to large tall snow pants. So the tall skinny guys among us can get a decent fitting pair of snow pants. They do both bib and regular men’s tall snow pants for skiing and snow boarding. Their extra long snow pants for tall men are said to have a 34″ inseams. Once again, I think tall men with longer inseams will get by with these. Besides, there really isn’t much other choice!

Pulse also does medium tall snowpants for tall slim men. The inseam is said to be from 34″-35″ long. Widths go from medium (31″-32″) to extra large (36″-38″). I hadn’t heard of Pulse until researching for this post. They do seem to have fairly decent reviews though with a reasonable price, so definitely worth trying if the size is right.

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5 thoughts on “Men’s Tall Snow Pants for Skiing and Snowboarding

  • Anonymous

    Also try Beyond clothing…they make military gear and their “long” options are great and not baggie. I’m 6’6″ 220 lbs and their large long fit me quite snug.

  • Ridgetopoby

    i wear 36″ inseam pants and Patagonia’s ski pants are long enough that they do not rise up over the tops of my boots and allow snow in un like almost every other pair of ski pants I’ve tried. Patagonia ski clothing is expensive but you get what you pay for, these things will never wear out.

  • Enaikay

    I wear 38″-39″ inseam and 37″ waist (I’m 6’10” and ski about 50 days a season) and the best fitting ski pants, and I’ve tried them all, are Columbia if I was on a budget but the Norrona stuff is the best. Norrona lofoten pro pants in a L are currently in their 4th season and have only required reproofing of the gore Tex liner once so far. I have put them through milti-day tours and lots of tree skiing and they look as good as the day they were new

    • Tall Life Post author

      That is a lot of skiing! I’m guessing you have put a lot of thought into skiing equipment for extremely tall people. Would you consider writing a guest post about skiing for tall people? I’m certain it would be of great value to many of the readers here.
      Thanks for writing in and the tips!