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Mission Inhaler AC3 Senior Inline Hockey Pants

Mission Inhaler AC3 Senior Inline Hockey Pants

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Product Code: mis12ac3pntsr
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Mission Inhaler AC3 Senior Inline Hockey Pants

  • Ventilated Nylon
  • Logos: Silkscreen
  • Knee: 1680D nylon, reinforced with 700D nylon dual layer slip knee
  • Features: Adjustable rip sling shin tech, pant pocket, and adjustable nylon web rip cord belt system
  • LYCRA stretch panels
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Mission Senior Inline Hockey Pant Sizing Chart

Mission Senior Inline Hockey Pant Sizing Chart
Size Waist Size Height
Small 30 - 34" 5'5" - 5'9"
Medium 32 - 36" 5'7" - 5'11"
Large 34 - 38" 5'9" - 6'1"
X-Large 36 - 40" 5'11" - 6'3"
Mission Inhaler AC3 Senior Inline Hockey Pants
$39.98
5 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
Todd
St. Louis
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Good deal
March 15, 2015
Much lighter than my old Tour pants. Easy to adjust the waist belt. Holding up so far after 3 months of use (3 times per week).
Pros:
Lightweight



By Ryan from Washington DC on November 26, 2013
Im 5'11/6'0 with a 33/34 waist. Will the medium or large be a better fit? just want to make sure the length and that the legs are baggy enough for my shin guards.
Thanks, Ryan from NOVA
By Customer Service on November 26, 2013

Answer:
The Large should work best for you and will have enough room for your shin guards.

By Scott from Chino, CA on November 6, 2014
Does the sizing take a girdle/hip pads in to account? Or should I measure my waist with my pads on?
By Customer Service on November 6, 2014

Answer:
Yes, the pants are designed to accommodate a girdle, so you do not need to go a size up in order to make it fit.

By Mario from South Elgin, illinois on February 7, 2015
im 5'6" with a waist of 38. am I just going to have to trim the end of my pants for a correct fit?

By Customer Service on February 9, 2015

Answer:
That's most likely going to be what you'll need to do. I'd recommend having them hemmed at the correct length so that they hold up longer and don't rip from the bottom up because they have an unfinished edge from being cut shorter.