- Fabric Performance: Water-Resistant, Wind-Resistant
- Design Features: Double-Separating Side Zippers, Zip Hand Pockets, Zip Thigh Pocket, Dual-Sliding Zipper Fly
- Functional Details: Articulated Knees, Elastic Back Waistband
Fit: Standard Fit
Fabric: 100% nylon 30D ripstop main shell, Pertex® Endurance 2L, 100% nylon 30D ripstop seat, knees, and scuff guards, 100% nylon 30D embossed taffeta lining, PrimaLoft® Silver Insulation Eco 100% polyester; 60 g/m2 on body, 40
Inseam: 33˝ / 85 cm
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 14.3oz / 406g (L)
- Great for beating the lunch break chills! (Review by Trail Beater)
I bought these specifically as an easy pullover pant to wear during extended breaks and around snow camp. I've used them now multiple times and they do exactly what I hoped! When I stop for lunch, I'll pull these and my down jacket on first thing and they keep me pleasantly warm. I also use them around camp. My waist measures 38" and I got an XL and wish I had just gotten the large as they tend to slip down and ride low, but my main complaint is that even though they have a full length zipper, it does not come completely undone, so you have to take your snowshoes off in order to put the pants on, and then put your snowshoes back on, or else you sink into the snow! so a real hassle. They do pack down nicely in my stuff sack with my down jacktet.
(Posted on 2/9/17)
- A "must have" for winter camping (Review by Matthew)
I bought these pants to use as an insulating layer for winter camping and as an emergency layer for long day trips here in the PNW. I've only worn them a few times, but so far I've been very impressed with them. I'm 6'0 and 175lbs and wear a 32/32 and a size medium fits perfectly - plenty of room for an additional base layer as well as a hard shell over them, but I'm not swimming in these either. I could easily wear these as "stand alone" pants. The full length side zippers are an awesome, and essential feature, for insulating layers like this. A few days ago while ski touring in Olympics (in the rain, of course) my OR Trailbreaker pants soaked completely through so I put these on after returning to the car. I ended up spending another hour plus outside in the rain, and these pants held up pretty well to the rain (not as good as a hardshell though). I cannot comment on the long term durability of these pants yet, but overall they are a medium-warmth and fairly light weight item of gear that can hold its own in inclement weather. Another win for OR!
(Posted on 1/11/17)
- Great layer (Review by Jeff)
I use these as a packable layer when skiing hunting or cold weather hiking. Very good compromise between the heavy winter puffy pants and the hiking/climbing pants.
(Posted on 1/3/17)
- Great Pants! (Review by Mtn Guy)
Just got these and used them on a winter ski road trip camping in the van. Toasty! These will become a regular item in my winter pack.
(Posted on 1/3/17)