Outdoor Research Women's Enigma Pants
These pants are up to any alpine challenge.; the Women's Outdoor Research Enigma Pants feature lightweight and breathable GORE-TEX Paclite fabric that easily deflects nasty weather and expels internal moisture to keep you moving quickly. The rugged 70D GORE-TEX Pro Shell fabric provides critical reinforcement in high stress areas while full-length, double-separating side zippers allow maximum ventilation and allow the pants to be pulled on easily over boots.
- Waterproof/breathable GORE-TEX®fabric; rugged 70D Pro Shell rear and knees, lightweight, 70D Paclite®body
- Fully seam taped
- Water-resistant zippers
- Elastic waist with flat front; integrated belt
- Full-length, double-separating side zippers
- Gusseted crotch
- Articulated knees
- Zippered pocket on lower leg
- Zip-out internal mesh gaiters with gripper elastic
- Reinforced ankle scuff guards
- Snap/drawcord cuff closures
- Grommets for instep lace
Purchase the Outdoor Research Enigma Pants for Women from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- April 21 2010
Wish they were offered in petit sizes
I liked the zip out gaiter option along with the articulated knees, waist size, and cut through the thighs. It would have been nice if the lower legs were not cut so wide or additional snaps at the cuffs to cinch them down better.
- May 21 2009
Durable and great for layering
I purchased these for a Rainier climb. They seem super durable yet lightweight. They're roomy enough through the seat and thighs to allow for different layering options. Really happy with the construction and purchased the OR Enigma jacket as well.
- May 15 2009
Love the side vents, but other drawbacks.
Incredible side vents all the way down. But the boot cuff is super shear - flimsy and fragile. Seems like it would rip almost immediately. Also, the inside of the fabric has no lining at all. Not even a little where you normally find it in the seat. So it isn't super soft or comfortable. Also, to pull them down, the side velcro and zip seems a little awkward.