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Volcom Freakin Snow Chino Pants

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Keeps you dry during extended periods of heavy snow or rain
Keeps you comfortable during rigorous activities and warmer temps
Lightweight shell, requires layering for added warmth
Relaxed Fit
Slightly oversized fit with increased room for mobility


The Freakin Snow Chino Pant has all the basics to keep you dry and warm, with a few of the extras that make your days on the mountain just that much better. A stretchy V-Science 2-layer shell provides water resistance up to 15,000mm, while a V-Science breathable liner works to keep you moving comfortably all day long. Convenient features like boot gussets and boot gaiters with a lace hook make gearing up less of a hassle, and an adjustable waistband locks out stray powder to keep you dry. All for a price that fits your budget.

  • V-Science 2-Layer Stretch Oxford with Repreve & Non-Fluorinated DWR
  • Brushed Tricot Lined Handwarmer Pockets
  • Back Pockets
Waterproof Rating
  • 15,000mm
Breathability Rating
  • 15,000gm²
  • Critically Taped
  • Modern Relaxed Fit
  • Mesh Lined Zippered Vents
  • Adjustable Inner Waistband
  • Boot Gaiter w/Lace Hook
  • Specialty Ticket Ring
  • Triple Reinforced Rise
  • V-Science Breathable Lining System
  • Zip Tech® Jacket to Pant Interface


Material Explanation

REPREVE® Recycled Fiber - Fibers transformed from recycled plastic waste, REPREVE® is the leading performance fiber made from recycled materials. Celebrating 30 billion bottles recycled, REPREVE® is known as a "Champion of Sustainability" so you can rest assured every garment made with REPREVE® fibers means less plastic waste in landfills and in the ocean.


Critically Taped - On outerwear with critically taped seams you only have taping at the key points where potential leakage can occur. This is acceptable, or even advantageous if you live in a dry climate, if you're more concerned with breathability than dealing with wet weather then outerwear featuring critically taped seams is the way to go.


Zip Tech® Jacket to Pant Interface - Nothing lowers motivation faster than snow jammed down your pants and up the back of your jacket. A V-Co patented invention, the heavily imitated jacket-to-pant interface allows you to zip the powder skirt of any Volcom jacket to any Volcom pant, keeping snow out and heat in with no restriction of movement. Falling has never been more enjoyable.


Overall Rating
Reviewed by 4 customers
Love them
by Kevin Anderson in Mount Holly, VT (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 12/6/2023
Volcom Freakin Snow Chino Pants - dark khaki
I love these pants for their style and functionality… they have a more fitted look, but the stretch makes them super performance, and the venting works great
0 person has found this review helpful
These pants are dope!
by Elliott T. in Boulder, CO (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 9/29/2022
Volcom Freakin Snow Chino Pants (Closeout) - black
Pants are great! Simple design just like the OG Chinos. Comfortable fit. Stretch is legit. Only thing I wish they had, was the knife pocket from the skate chinos. Like, how am I supposed to protect my neck on the slopes man?!!!
1 person has found this review helpful
Great Value and Fits Great
by Fady Botros in Henderson, NV (Verified Buyer)
Posted on 2/18/2016
Volcom Freakin Snow Chino Pants (Closeout) - rust
The pants are the very comfortable and for that price point they are a must have. First time shopping with Tactics, I was very impressed with the shipping time and the service.
1 person has found this review helpful
Posted on 1/20/2016
Volcom Freakin Snow Chino Pants - caramel
great quality. loved them
0 person has found this review helpful
Asked by 11:51 on 12/23/2021
Do the pockets zip shut?
Answered by Alistair G (Tactics Employee) on 12/23/2021
Hey there, thanks for reaching out to us. These pants indeed do zip up as they have zippers on them. Hope I could help you out. Have a good one.
1 person has found this answer helpful