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Women's Pants 23-24: Get Ready To Squat

Updated: May 22

Lets be honest we’ve all spent some time on our bottoms while skiing or snowboarding. Falls happen its part of the territory. When they do happen make sure you’re nice and comfortable.

Pants range from form fitting (we see you snow bunnies) to loose and free (you big mountain shredders). Your pant fit should be based on your ski type of style you plan on shredding in. If you’re looking to get gnarly you may search for a more relaxed fit to keep motion.

Pants have a different fit based on brands, this is something to also consider. Some brands may work best for those who are more petite, others for those who have those strong legs to keep those ski legs going.

Pants come insulated or shell like jackets. Insulated pants are best for those storm days or resort days. Shell pants are ideal for back country days or those days where you’re going to be putting in a lot of work and need to stay cool and dry.

Check out our picks below.

The North Face Women's Lenado Pant

Why It’s Good: A slim fit pant with great insulation to keep you warm regardless of what’s happening outside. Waterproof to keep you warm and ready.

Who It’s For: Slim fit, however it has a more loose feel compared to a stretchy tight fitting pant. Great option for those who are looking to look cute yet need a medium amount of movement in range of motion.

Sizing: True to size. Size up for those of us with thick thighs that save lives.

Price: $$$$


Helly Hansen Women’s Alphelia 2.0 Pant

Helly Hansen Women's Alphelia 2.0 Pant

Why It’s Good: Four way stretch? Check. RECCO tech? Check. What is there not to like about the Aphelia pant. A more loose fit to give way for those big turns and already water repellent treated, these pants are ready for whatever you throw at them in resort.

Who It’s For: The shredder who’s looking for a pair of pants that are going to hold up. A looser fit for those of us who like our pants to have a little more movement.

Sizing: True to size, considering going up based on base layers and range of motion desired.

Price: $$$$


Patagonia Women’s Insulated Powder Town Pants

Patagonia Women's Insulated Powder Town Pants

Why It’s Good: Made to keep you warm and to last. Windproof and made to fully function with range of motion being the focus. Powder Town Pant looks good while making sure you can keep going. 60 grams of Thermogreen 100% recycled polyester insulation for warmth, you’re going to be comfortable no matter how hard its coming down.

Who It’s For: The shredder who’s aim is comfort and style. With a fit made to move you’re going to be feeling good no matter what.

Sizing: True to size.

Price: $$$$


Roxy Diversion Insulated Pant

Why It’s Good: Made to keep you warm, toasty, and dry. With a light fit to keep you

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Roxy Diversion Insulated Pant

going all day long.

Who It’s For: Ladies who are looking a form fitting pant that’s lightweight that still gets the job done.

Sizing: True to size

Price: $$$$


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