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Check out the Arcteryx Stinger Bib and the Patagonia Super Alpine.

I need a short inseam pant (28") in a 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone small size and prefer a suspendered model. Just last year some of the best pants (the Arcteryx Stinger and TNF Free Thinker) were available in a short, but not this year.

So, unless someone has a suggestion, my choices have been narrowed down to the few models left that are available ina short inseam:

Mountain Hardware Drystein I tried them onand the smalls are way too small in the waist(a 32" actual waist doesn't leave enough room for a 30" waist plus insulation) the 31" actual bib opening fit like a girdle. The medium's waist was fine (34" actual), though the bib's 33" opening still was constraining while the hugebutt area allowed room for two poodles to battle it out. These pants were not cut for any man's physique that I know of Mt. Hardwear really screwed up (they fit my very curvy wife real well though, which is not normally the case for a men's pant).

Patagonia PowSlayer They don't offer a short inseam, but Patagonia is the only manufacturer that will custom shorten their pants for you (in this case they canshorten them up to 4" for $55). I'm not crazy about having a section of material cut out of a Gore Tex Pro shell and the $599 list price (yes you read right!) is even crazier. Maybe if I find 'em on eBay at a deep discount.

Spyder Dare Tailored I have these on special order from a local ski shop. They're not quite the pant design/style I like but if this becomesmy only choice.

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So, unless someone has a suggestion, my choices have been narrowed down to the few models left that are available ina short inseam:

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Patagonia PowSlayer They don't offer a short inseam, but Patagonia is the only "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" manufacturer that will custom shorten their pants for you (in this case they canshorten them up to 4" for $55). I'm not "Oxandrolone Powder India" crazy about having a section of material cut out of a Gore Tex Pro shell and the $599 list price (yes you read right!) is even crazier. Maybe if I find 'em on eBay at a deep discount.

Spyder Dare Tailored I have these on special order from a local ski shop. They're not quite the pant design/style I like but if this becomesmy only choice.

Taiga Avalanch Bib They look very nice on paper and the few others here that know about them have good things to say. I have a small, 27" inseam model on backorder and, if they fit well, a Gore tex Pro pant for $300 is killer (keeping my fingers crossed).

Near as I can tell the Botka is no longer being made by Mt. OTOH I wasn't aware of the Snowtasticbecause Mt. Hardwear calls them a "soft shell" (I only looked at the "shell" category on their website). Thanks for the tip! Itappears that few, if any, retailers offer the Snowtastics in a short inseam, but the Mt. Hopefully this is not a problem with the Snowtastic's.

Edited by ski ra 10/24/12 at 11:54amOriginally Posted by ski ra

Near as I can tell the Botka is no longer being made by Mt. OTOH I wasn't aware of the Snowtasticbecause Mt. Hardwear calls them a "soft shell" (I only looked at the "shell" category on their website). Thanks for the tip! Itappears that few, if any, retailers offer the Snowtastics in a short inseam, but the Mt. Hopefully this is not a problem with the Snowtastic's.

Jusy sent you an email about these but I may Buy Jintropin as well share my "rant" with the world (lord knows you shouldn't be the only one lassooed by one of my diatribes).

The MH website doesn't show these pants being made in a short they're probably from last year (especially since MH shows that this year's version has four thigh/hand pockets and two added bib pockets, while this one has only one pocket on the bib). They go on to say that it offers "waterproof breathability" but how much especially given that they also say that the garment "sheds moisture" (sounds more like a DWR than a laminate)? Other than that, the lack of pockets and also not being crazy about the full bib thing (picky, picky) I'll take a closer look.