Womens Insulated Pants"
I got these snow pants earlier this year because the winters around here are pretty brutal and I need to spend extended time outside with my huge dog no matter what the weathe…
- Galina, 12/17/13
I love these pants! I got them for skiing but so far have been using them to shovel and snow blow my way out of my driveway. This year has been brutal with wind chills down to…
- Stephanie, 01/21/14
Lake Orion, MI
I know these will be great pants, but I was disappointed that my usual size small did not fit. These fit much tighter than my size small patagonia primo pants from last year.…
- Blair, 12/28/13
Warm, easy to move in and super stylish.
When you are trekking you don't want the bulk of a snowpant - or the layers that you will need if you don't wear one. This was SU…
- Amy, 06/22/14
Good pants, fit was excatly how they measured in the size charts. Warm pants that work great for skiing or playing in the snow. easy to move in and able to wear layers under…
- amanda, 10/22/13
great pants that keep you warm but hard to keep them white. wash often with the appropriate detergent.…
- Amanda, 10/26/13
Yeah so suspenders look goofy but once you've had them you won't go back. Functional pants they've kept me warm and dry but seriously the best part are the suspenders. I usual…
- Sarah, 11/11/13
I bought these for skiing and casual winter wear in the north east. So far I've skied in ~20 degree temperatures and they've kept me warm. They are not particularly flattering…
- Olivia, 01/31/14
They don't fit me. I ordered a pair online in a small (because that is the size I usually wear). The waist is way too big and they are too long. Other than that I love thes…
- Lauren, 12/06/13
Burton pants hands down are the best snowboarding pants out there. The are the best at keeping me warm and dry. also if you have a burton coat they zip and snap right in. Th…
- Jermey, 07/31/13
I took these for their first test drive today and they kept me really warm in 15 degree weather! I originally ordered a small, but went to a medium to allow for layering (I am…
- Nicholas, 01/02/13
This pant is ok for the ski slopes but not for heavy everyday winter wear. They aren't nearly as heavy duty as some other Marmot pants. (The Motion Pant) is a much better pa…
- Kelly, 01/30/13
I bought these pants in Coral color and I love them. I actually bought them in large because I always layer and would rather err on the side of more room when purchasing cloth…
- clare, 02/12/14
The color is amazing better than I thought. Sizing it true. I went up a size than normal just to have alittle bit of room and still fit perfect. Can not wait to get in some s…
- kellie, 01/16/14
About Women's Insulated Pants for Winter:
Skiing and snowboarding can be downright unpleasant if you don’t have the right pants for the job. A pair of insulated pants, either with down or synthetic insulation are ideal for keeping you warm in winter conditions, and they help ensure that you are in compliance with public decency laws, which is nice.
Insulated pants can stand up to the snow and the cold and have the added benefits of pockets. Pockets are one of the latest fashion crazes out of Europe. People use pockets for all sorts of things, like establishing a bond with a sugar glider or a baby kangaroo.
Sometimes I wish I was a robot so I could be free from the tyranny of pants. Maybe someday, in the future, we can all take to the streets and let our robot legs bathe in the bright sunlight of freedom. Until then, it would probably be best to wear pants that maintain a level of warmth and comfort.