Men's Trailbreaker Pants™

Artikelnr. 56191OR

Eine bessere Skitourenhose gibt es nicht. Wenn Du Dir den Weg zu Deinem Lieblingshang spurst, sorgen die maximal wasserdichten unteren Hosenbeine dafür, dass Du trocken bleibst, und das höchst atmungsaktive Obermaterial sorgt gleichzeitig dafür, dass Feuchtigkeit nach außen geleitet wird. Wenn es richtig anstrengend wird, kannst Du die aufgestaute Hitze zusätzlich mit den Oberschenkelbelüftungen entsorgen. Weitere von den Bergführern angeregte Features sind die integrierten Skigamaschen und eine LVS-Tasche. Damit sind die TrailBreaker Pants™ für ernsthafte Backcountry-Touren bestens gerüstet.
Trim Fit






Verstärkter Fußbündchen-Schutz // 2-Wege-Seitenreißverschlüsse // Kann mit Hosenträgern benutzt werden // Ösen für Ristschnürbänder // Hosenschlitz mit Druckknopf und Reißverschluss // Oberschenkeltasche mit Reißverschluss // Hinten mit Reißverschlusstasche


Fit: Trim Paßform

Fabric 50% nylon / 43% polyester / 7% spandex upper leg; 100% nylon with brushed tricot liner lower leg

Avg. Weight (oz./g): 24.4oz / 690g (L)


Best of three (Review by Dale)

I've found the alibi, cirque and trailbreaker pants to be virtually identical. Very similar cut and fit, fabric and features [ankle guards for crampons, grommets for heel loops, thigh pockets, etc.], but what sets the trailbreaker apart is the thigh vents on the outside. Appropriately sized and located, these vents are quick and very functional - allowing breathability on the uphill and quick transitions for getting off a wind-scoured summit. Also thoughtful are the zip-off powder guards on the ankles - there if you need them, but if you're an ounce-counter, take 'em off for big days. Because of the similarity with the alibi and cirque, this has become my go-to pant for all activities winter - back/frontcountry skiing, ice climbing and mountaineering.

I'm 6'1", 185lb, 34" waist, 33" inseam, 42" hips. I could appreciate ~1/2 - 1" extra in length, but with adding heel loops, the large fits well, and would not upsize. I do recommend the suspenders to assist the top garments in staying tucked in to keep the cold out, but that's a personal preference and a belt will do.

(Am 02.04.14 gepostet)

Favorite downhill ski pants! (Review by Sam)

I use these for downhill skiing and love the combination of heavy, stretchy softshell in the thighs and waterproof hardshell down low. I frequently use the thigh-length zips to dump heat in the lodge or around the house, though I know they're supposed to be used while trekking the backcountry. They're a handy feature either way. I use the fabric D-rings on the front belt loops to hang my lift pass, which is nice (though not necessarily unique to these pants). Probably my favorite aspect are the way these pants fit -- a good combination of athletic/trim in the thighs and loose below the knee. They're also really easy to adjust, thanks to the big velcro tabs. Lastly, the inner ankle fabric is super tough and seemingly abrasion-proof. My last pair of softshells--from REI--didn't have this patch (my mistake for buying them) and were immediately torn-up from my ski edges and boot ratchets. I won't make that mistake again.

Gripes? These could stand to be an inch or two longer. I have a 34" inseam and they're a tad short. Maybe a "Long" version is in order. However, the length doesn't impact things too much when you're in ski boots. I've also noticed two or three small punctures through the inner (removable) gaiter that stretches over your boots; the netting/mesh material OR used here seems pretty fragile. I consider this issue eclipsed by the quality of the other materials, though.

I'm looking forward to using these a lot more this winter in some sidecountry skiing out west and in Maine.

(Am 29.12.13 gepostet)

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