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Massdrop Veil Wind Pants
Massdrop Veil Wind Pants
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Don’t let a little wind keep you indoors. Weighing just 3 ounces, the Massdrop Veil wind pants are ideal for running, hiking, biking, and more ... Read More

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kim.suarez
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Jan 3, 2019
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Hello Everyone! We are very excited to bring you an extension of our Veil Wind Collection, the Veil Wind Pant. Using the same fabric and manufacturer as the Veil Wind Jacket, these pants come in at 3 ounces and pack down into a small pocket attached to the inside of the waist -- perfect for travel. The waist is cinched using a drawcord. The pant legs are zippered and feature an elastic cinch you can pull around to prevent the wind from getting in. Why you should use our wind shell/pant kit: 1. Fabric: We’ve developed this proprietary fabric specifically with improved breathability as compared to other wind jackets and pants on the market. Our mill partner develops fabrics for Patagonia and The North Face and is the leading nylon mill for technical apparel. We worked with them for 6 months to develop a windproof fabric with the right amount of added breathability for high-output use. We also added an anti-bacterial coating for odor prevention on those multi-day hikes. 2. Performance-to-Price: We made sure to include the right amount of performance where it mattered in the material and the details. Because we work directly with our factories, we are able to pass along the savings to you. Whereas comparable products in the market start at $100, our wind veil pant is available to you at $59.99 3. Fit: These pants are considered a slim fit, but they will go over close-to-skin base layers if needed. We referenced the best-selling fits in this product category to bring you a unique fit that is easy for everyone to wear. Since this is a unisex item, be sure to reference the size chart and ask away if you are unsure about your size. And, if you haven’t already picked up the jacket, you can do so now with 2-day shipping! https://www.massdrop.com/buy/massdrop-veil-wind-shell#overview Thanks! Kim
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Jan 3, 2019
kim.suarez
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Jan 5, 2019
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Love this! Really appreciate the suggestion and we're always looking for new ideas from the community! Thanks for sharing!
Jan 5, 2019
kim.suarez
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Jan 5, 2019
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Another great idea! We've definitely been looking into the cycling space and are always looking to combine technical outdoor with urban functionality. We've been working with Schoeller lately, so glad to hear we could be on the right track. :)
Jan 5, 2019
mantasm
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Feb 25, 2019
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How big is the pocket? Any chance to fit non-plus iphone?
Feb 25, 2019
ReneeW
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Jan 22, 2019
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Could we have those as womens pants too?
Jan 22, 2019
Brad2
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Jan 21, 2019
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I Thought this drop was going to end in 14 more days. I didn't place my order as I was waiting to have my question about sizing answered.
Jan 21, 2019
Greg2
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Jan 27, 2019
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I had ordered the email when it was canceled just said not enough demand. I wonder if this is something where the rework the sizin and try again.
Jan 27, 2019
Secondmouse
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Feb 6, 2019
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wait, what? this drop was cancelled or did it just end early? caught me offstep...
Feb 6, 2019
Joseph07
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Jan 16, 2019
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Good Day, Will these Wind pants will also used as rain pants (water resistance) to protect from rain drops? I wonder if It's a "must have" for hiking on my backpack or should I purchase a budget rain pants such as  Marmot PreCip Thx :)
Jan 16, 2019
abela
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Jan 17, 2019
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The Marmot PreCip is made from a 2.5 layer fabric that has a 10k JIS-L 1092 rating. No wind pant on the planet is spec'ed out at that level, as they are designed to be wind pants, no rain pants. Two different products for two different purposes.
Jan 17, 2019
HikingWombat
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Jan 15, 2019
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Okay, grumpy tall man here. I've grumbled for years about lack of tall sizes, so one more time here goes! Need tall sizes, it's an extra inch or two of fabric, when Massdrop does a proprietary drop, please add tall sizes. For example, large with a 35 or 36" inseam, or an unfinished option! My two cents, and BTW I do own the windshell, really wish the pants were available!!
Jan 15, 2019
Brad2
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Jan 14, 2019
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Hi Kim, Thanks for making these pants. It saves me from having to re-sew and DWR the Wal-Mart wind pants I modified to see what features I needed and what I didn't in a wind pant. BTW I'm Greg2's brother, so as it turns out these are the exact pants I've been looking for. I have a quick question about the cut before I chose a size. I have big calves. What is the circumference of the leg, mid calf in an XL? Thanks, Brad
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Jan 14, 2019
ComfortablyNumb
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Jan 11, 2019
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"We've developed this proprietary fabric specifically with improved breathability as compared to other wind jackets and pants on the market"... such as what? 11 CFM isn't particularly great—a Houdini is 10 CFM and good luck running like pictured in one of those. Montbell Dynamos are only $10 more than this and are lighter, likely more "breathable", available immediately and not god-knows-when like these, and come from a far more reliable company.
Jan 11, 2019
abela
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Jan 17, 2019
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You are right in the price, cfm, and availability of the Dynamo's over the Veils. However, in defense of the Veil fabric, it is more durable than the 12d rip-stop nylon of the Dynamo pants, so those folks that have had issues with durability of the Dynamo's should find the Veil pants to be an awesome option, as they are pretty much identical in regards to features. btw, as I have written about in the past, the dynamo fabric has a tested cfm of 9.72, so it is not all that far away from the reported 11 of the Veil.
Jan 17, 2019
peripatetes
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Jan 9, 2019
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I got the Veil jacket but I'm a lot less clear on the use case for wind pants. Extra warmth on the trail is more useful on core and head rather than legs. If you really need extra weather protection on the legs it seems rather likely you're dealing with something wet, and rain pants aren't as much of a perspiration worry as waterproof jackets are. Maybe part of it is that I don't wear shorts as much as the target audience does.
Jan 9, 2019
peripatetes
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Jan 19, 2019
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Plenty of condescending attitude there, but zero reasoning and zero ideas.
Jan 19, 2019
abela
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Jan 19, 2019
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> Plenty of condescending attitude there, but zero reasoning and zero ideas. Take it however you wish. Don't let a keyboard diminish who you are.
Jan 19, 2019
Jaytal
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Jan 8, 2019
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Never in my hikes have I had a thought towards or desire for thin, baggy pants to pull tight and zipper around my legs to "protect from wind". I can't help but agree with RayF on this one. I can think of several better uses for my 60 bucks, but hey, there's emphasis on "my". Hope those who buy into this find good use out of it.
Jan 8, 2019
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