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I've been looking for a rain pants for myself. My attention was caught by Outdoor Research Paladin Pants. These have side zips which are really great. The problem is: it comes in regular fit only and I'm 183 cm (6 feet) and weigh only 65 kg (143 pounds). I simply don't fit in their size table. It is either too short or too ample at waistline.

My question is: is there a manufacturer that makes those kind of pants for people of my proportions? Thank you.

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It might be easier to answer your question if you include a specific waist and inseam size; I'm guessing about 28-29 x 33? –  Mr.Wizard Sep 16 '12 at 15:26
    
It is 30 by 33. –  akond Sep 16 '12 at 15:37
    
There are several size small 32-inch inseam rain pants listed on REI.com so that should at least get you close. If you prefer a 34-inch inseam the closest I have yet found is this REI pant in medium. –  Mr.Wizard Sep 16 '12 at 21:02
    
I found it mountaingear.com/webstore//Clothing/… All thanks to you. Format your comment as an answer and I will accept it to make sure you get the points. –  akond Sep 17 '12 at 6:30
    
Wow, those are expensive! 8-O –  Mr.Wizard Sep 17 '12 at 11:54

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There are several size small 32-inch inseam rain pants listed on REI.com so that should at least get you close. If you prefer a 34-inch inseam the closest I have yet found is this REI pant in medium.

You found the expensive Arc'Teryx Beta AR in the right size at Mountain Gear.

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There are expensive. But at least they do exist. Maybe I'll manage to find something less pricy. –  akond Sep 17 '12 at 14:14

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