Marmot Women's Skyline Insulated Pants
Dont settle for average, when you head to mountainous adventures pull on the Marmot Skyline Insulated Pants for women for amazing warmth and weather protection. Constructed from waterproof and breathable MemBrain fabric and 2 layer fully taped seams these performance snow pants keep snow at bay and with mid loft Thermal R insulation and a moisture wicking brushed polyester tricot lining youll stay comfortable and warm in the nastiest storm. Boot gaiters with gripping elastic keep snow from finding its way up the cuffs and durable Cordura protects the inner ankles from sharp ski edges or snagging on crampons. From backcountry powder to resort groomers with a flattering feminine profile and relaxed cut these ski pants have the look and quality construction of elite alpine performers.
- Material: 100% nylon 2 layer MemBrain™
- Fully taped seams
- Insulation: Thermal R mid loft
- Lining: 100% polyester HD brushed tricot
- Adjustable waist with snap closure and zip fly
- Zippered hip pockets
- Flapped back pockets
- Ankle pocket
- Elastic boot gaiters
- Reinforced Cordura® cuff guards
- Weight: 1 lb 6.9 oz
- Relaxed cut
Purchase the Marmot Skyline Insulated Pants for Women from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- December 25 2011
I was looking forward to having these slim , good looking from the back ski pants but when I tried them on, they were very large for a Medium. I had actually gone by a review posted on Altrec for sizing but I should have gotten a size Small. I am 5'6'' and 133 lbs. the length is great but they are not as slim as it says. On a positive not, I do like the bending at the knee feature. Also, they are very cozy inside and well constructed. I like the back pockets.
- October 18 2010
I ordered these pants in extra small as well as the North Face Freedom pants and these were really short. I am only 5'2" and the pants came to my ankles. There were not long enough to go over ski boots or snowboard boots. I also personally didn't like the fabric as much as the North Face pants but overall the quality seemed to be very good. They just weren't for me.