The formula for superior ski bottoms lays in the foundation, innovative materials and functional performance are what makes The Formula Men's Ski Pants by Kjus. The 4 way stretch material flows with your every move and the anatomic cuts bend when in motion. A legend re-born, The Formula Ski Pants have stepped up their game, with a new body mapped lining concept and a handsome fine-tuned fit. For uncompromising performance, The Formula Men's Ski Bottoms are distinctive and true to their sport, as they provide you with technical workmanship, unlimited mobility and the class and sophistication you expect from Kjus.
Please Note: There was an error during manufacturing affecting the US size label inside your garment. Please be assured that the size you select and order on our website will be correct. For example, if you order a Men's US Large/52 EU, you will receive a Men's US Large/52 EU. The inside label of your garment will not be correct. You will notice the inside label will say US Medium when it actually is a US Large/52 EU. Again, this is a manufacturing labeling error and the size you purchase is indeed the correct size. Please call or email our customer service with any and all questions.
YKK Aquaguard water repellent zippers
Integrated stretch snow gaiters with silicone tape
Leg zipper for perfect look and dressing
Bodymapped lining concept for perfect climate and injury protection
A: The inseam on the small is 32.1" - for full sizing information please click on the size chart link beneath the listed sizes on this page. Please note these are the regular length Kjus Formula men's ski pants
Answered : Nov 29, 2016
By : Christopher
Q: Hi All,
this formula pants (in DUSK color!) looks like Formula Pro pant. Is it mistake or not? Will I get exactly this pants as on photo? How close DUSK color on photo to real color?
Thnx for answering
A: The Formula and the Formula Pro look nearly identical. The Pro offers slightly better waterproofing, breathability with lighter weight insulation. Our photos are of the pant you will get, and as long as your computer's monitor is up to date the color should be really close to what you see.