Trew’s new Tempest pants are a stylish, durable addition to their women’s outerwear line.
The Patagonia Knifeblade kit breathes better than any hard shell and water-resistant soft-shell piece we’ve tested.
It’s always winter somewhere. So if you could use a pair of ski pants with an excellent, simple design and outstanding waterproofing and breathability, you need to check out the Arc’teryx Stinger.
Helly Hansen’s Legendary pants are relatively inexpensive and pretty warm, but there are some fabric issues we need to talk about.
Dakine is entering the outerwear arena, and the Shifter is their first 3-layer pant. We put it to the test.
Thin and light don’t always go hand in hand with great protection and durability. In the case of the Patagonia PowSlayer bibs, they do.
The Sessions Drone jacket and Clone pants score well in terms of waterproofing and breathability, but there are some notable design shortcomings.
The Scott Explorair Tech Women’s Pant utilizes Gore-Tex Pro Shell for outstanding breathability and water & wind protection. Take a look, especially if you’re earning some of your turns.
When it comes women’s insulated snow pants, the SCOTT Rockell delivers: warm, durable, comfortable.
The Arc’teryx Sentinel Pant incorporates top-notch materials and breaks the mold when it comes to a women’s-specific fit.
The fit, protection, and breathability of the Oakley Unification Pro Pants make it pretty hard to envision a better choice for backcountry touring.
Slim is in around the park, so we headed there to check out Moment’s slim-fitting pant, the Boville.
The Moment Bantam jacket and pants are comfortable, perform well for the price, and have a unique look unlike anything we’ve seen before.
After more than 175 days of skiing, The North Face Fargo Cargo pants have proven to be a great value: comfortable, durable—and affordable.
The Mammut Vail pant offers well-executed features, a flattering fit, and great color & sizing options.
Generally speaking, the First Ascent Heyburn 2.0 Pants are breathable, warm, stylish, and comfortable. But where do they fall short, and where do they excel?
The Volkl Nanga is an extremely comfortable pant with a clean, sleek design that will keep you warm on even the coldest days.
The Eagle pant has the bomber construction and durability we’ve come to expect from Trew, with a slightly narrower fit.
The Arc’teryx Micon pant has a perfect freeride cut, offers complete waterproof protection, and is at home in a ridiculously broad range of temperatures.
Fact: TREW has thrown down the gauntlet for quality and durability. All that’s left for you to decide is whether they’ve got the steeze dialed.