- Zippered Thigh Pocket
- Compatible with LockDown™ Equipped Jackets
- Internal Stretch Gaiter
- Zippered Thigh Vents
- Secure Avalanche Beacon Pocket with Key Clip Attachment
- Integrated RECCO® Reflector
- Zippered Pockets
- Tonal Seam Treatment
- Water-Resistant Zippers
- Reinforced Scuff Guard
- Adjustable Tabs at Waist
- Accepts Accessory Suspenders
- Dual-Snap Zipper Fly
- Belt Loops
- Fully Seam Taped
Fit: Relaxed Fit
Fabric: GORE-TEX® 2L 100% 70D nylon embossed fabric // PrimaLoft® Eco 40g insulation seat and knees
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 28.6oz / 809g (L)
- Quality Pants (Review by griff5939)
After struggling to find adequate reviews on these pants i felt that it would benefit the ski community if i wrote a review. I am 5'11" and 155lb. I typically wear a 31x32 or 32x32 Levi jean. I have found the OR Igneo medium pants to fit, quite loosely (probably the result of a baggy cut) and the OR Alibi Pants (32 medium) to fit perfectly with a trim alpine type fit. The Axcess pants (medium) fit between the two and provide enough room to layer underneath or go sans layers. With me, i just simply adjust the velcro on the waist. At my waist size I am loose with a light/no layer and snug but comfortable layered up (heavy fleece pants). The pants on me are not at all long as suggested my other reviewers. They are around a 32-33 length and fit well when worn with a ski boot. The sizing on a size small is pretty accurate as well and would fit someone with similar size to OR's size chart. Oh yeah i love the Goretex, pockets, and 4 vents when skinning some laps. My suggestion...If it fits wear it....
(Posted on 12/11/13)
- Men's Axcess Pants (Review by By Saint Steven)
I've skied these pants from -18F to the mid 50s and been comfortable and dry across the whole span. The zips in the crotch are genious for allowing a quick vent on the chair after a hard run or cross ventilation on a hike. The only thing I have to be careful of is not getting the pant legs caught when I snap into my bindings. They are just a bit too baggy around the cuff.
(Posted on 10/15/13)
- Men's Axcess Pants (Review by By Ben Bressler)
I love these pants. I've always worn shell pants at resorts and softshell pants in the backcountry. I love the ability shell pants have to hold off the weather but when I'm in the backcountry I need pants that can breathe. This forces me to wear softshell pants and bring a lightweight zip on shell pant in my pack for when the weather turns real bad. NO LONGER! Because these pants have dual ventilation zippers on each leg you can open them both up to get an amazing cross breeze while skinning up the mountain. Then on the way down you can zip them up and stay comfortable even if the conditions are less than ideal.These pants are worth every penny. Side note: I broke my leg wearing these pants last year and ski patrol had to cut them off of me in order to patch me up. OR let me use their Infinite Guarantee to get a new pair of pants without any hesitation. You can't top that customer service.
(Posted on 1/29/13)
- Men's Axcess Pants (Review by By AudiMann Eric)
I wear the model from 2 seasons ago. I have put them through their paces at Jackson Hole and other resorts. I wear them with the Axcess Jacket from 2 seasons ago. I also reviewed the jacket. These are outstanding pants just like the jacket. They do everything well. Best in colder weather. The only complaint I have is that the medium size is too tight in the waist with a perfect length. The large is too big in the waist and too long. I wear the large with a belt but the cuffs get caught in my binding forcing me to fold them up a little. I have a muscular build at 36 y/o with no gut and big skiier legs so I'm perplexed as why the sizing is just a little off. I normally wear a 33-34 pant size. I took a star off these pants due to the odd sizing. Otherwise, no complaints. They work as advertised. They are lightly insulated so take that into consideration too. I hope OR keeps their prices lower than the other guys.
(Posted on 10/27/12)