ThirtyTwo TM Pant

Pant Reviewed: ThirtyTwo TM Pant (Black/Camo)
Rider specs: 6’0″ pant size: Large
Intended Use: Snowboarding, Snow Sports
Recommended for: Any rider looking for a do-it-all snowboard pant.
Fit: Standard Articulated
Fabric:10k/10k flat finish duck canvas with 32 lining system
Product Details:

  • Waterproof Rating 10,000mm
  • Breathability Rating 10,000g
  • 32 Repel 2-Layer Shell
  • Fleece Zonal Warming
  • Snap Lock Jacket to Pant
  • Diamond Vent
  • Triple Stitch
  • Adjustable Inner Waist Band
  • Stretch Boot Gaiter with Lace Hook
  • Boot Zip Gussets
  • Reinforced Hem and Kick Panel
  • Quick Cinch Cuff
  • Thigh Cargo Pockets
  • Brushed Tricot Lined Handwarmer Pockets

Sizing:Small 30 – 32 Medium 34 Large 36 XL 38-5
Review Date: November 2018 – January 2019


ThirtyTwo’s TM Pant, backed by JP Walker, is a great all around snowboard pant. It has a standard articulated fit, meaning it’s cut to mirror the body’s natural shape and movement. I really liked this cut as the knees and leg openings have a bit more space. I do not like a tight fit in my snowboarding pant as I feel it restricts movement.

The outer shell of the TM pant is a flat finish duck canvas. The term “duck” comes from the Dutch word doek, which refers to a linen canvas once used for sailors’ white trousers and outerwear. Some advantages to duck canvas are it’s relatively smooth surface that isn’t prone to snagging and tearing and it is known for its ability to block the wind. This was the first snowboard pant I’ve ever worn made from this material. The material seemed a bit stiff at first, but has not restricted movement in any way. It has proved to be very durable. Normally pants begin to show signs of wear in the heel area from dragging and minor cuts from carrying your board, etc. The TM pant does not show any signs of wear after almost 3 months of heavy use.

The TM pant is rated at 10k waterproofing with ThirtyTwo’s repel tech. These pants also have Fleece Zonal Warming which is basically a fleece insulator lining placed in strategic places throughout the pant. They placed the heaviest insulation in your waist area with a little less in the knees. ThirtyTwo also uses Diamond Vent, a diamond pattern material that allows for extra ventilation in the crotch area. For additional heat dumping you can also use the leg vents, found in most snowboard pants.

The TM Pant has 2 front zip pockets, lined with brushed tricot to help your hands warm. For additional storage there are thigh cargo pockets as well.

The bottom of the pant has a typical stretch boot gaiter with lace hook, an inner ankle zipper and a quick cinch cuff. The quick cinch cuff comes in pretty handy when walking in a sloppy parking lot. There have been times I pulled the pant leg up to keep it from dragging and cinched the cuff.

If you have a ThirtyTwo jacket you can use the Snap Lock jacket to pant system for additional protection from the elements. This seals off nicely to keep out any snow and wind.  

My only complaint with these pants is that some of the stitching has come undone. It has not affected the pants performance, but I’ve had to cut off some long threads to keep them from unstitching further.

I really like the style of these pants and the black/camo design will go with just about any jacket. These pants have kept me dry and warm in every condition the Tetons have thrown at them this winter. If you are looking for a great looking, high-performance pant, look no further than the ThirtyTwo TM Pant.


  • Comfortable fit
  • Rugged
  • Price
  • Style


  • Some stitching issues
Price:4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)
Performance:4.3 out of 5 stars (4.3 / 5)
Design:4.5 out of 5 stars (4.5 / 5)
Overall:4.4 out of 5 stars (4.4 / 5)

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