January 12th, 2012

Can’t find the perfect pair of womens ski pants below?  Check out our 2012-2013,  2013-2014, or our latest 2014-2015 edition here.  


#1: Mammut Robella Womens Ski Pants ($$$)

Description: Mammut Robella Pants – Women’s: Best selling and best fitting, the Mammut Robella Pants meet the demanding needs of an aggressive woman skier. The Robella pants are made of premium, high-quality DRYtech™ with a cozy microfibre filling and splash-proof, 2-way side ventilation. What People Say: Mammut hit the nail on the head with these pants. They’re just the right length. I’m 5’7″ and they fit great with my ski boots on. I’m 115 pounds and the size four was spot on. They come up pretty high in the back, which I like so that snow can’t creep up. Out of the 5 pairs I ordered, these were the most expensive but the ones I kept because they fit great. Recommendation: As the saying goes, you get what you pay for. These pants come a higher price than most, but are built with the best quality product in mind; warm, comfortable, stylish and high performance. Built for the devoted skier. Sizes: 6-12



#2: Patagonia Snowbelle Insulated Womens Ski Pants ($$)

Description: You don’t mind the cold. Well actually, that is a gigantic lie. You hate being cold. And you love to ski. It’s a conundrum that can only be solved by the Women’s Snowbelle Insulated Pants fromPatagonia. The H2No barrier combined with the lightweight insulation of Thermogreen will keep you dry and warm on the mountain so you can stay comfy while you enjoy the freedom of flying down the mountain. What People Say: These are the best ski pants I have ever owned. Comfortable and cozy. I have always had a problem keeping my legs warm and these do the trick. I wear one thin base layer and I am toasty the entire day – even on a windy snowy day! I would definitely recommend them. They fit true to size. Recommendation: Women, if you are looking for a flatteringly cut, high performance, comfortable pant, then look no further than the Patagonia Snowbelle. At this price, it’s the best pant around. Sizes: XS-XL



#3: Marmot Starstruck Womens Ski Pants ($)

Description: The Marmot Starstruck Pants keep up with you whether you’re slaying the steeps during a winter storm or searching for sidecountry pow after a big dump. What People Say: Durable, breathable, functional, good-looking, I plan to use these pants everywhere! Recommendation: If you’re a skier who’s all over the frontside and backside, this is the pant for you. Comfortable, warm, and built to withstand all conditions. Sizes: XS-XL





#4: Spyder Circuit Womens Ski Pants ($$)

Description: If neither baggy nor skin-tight is your look, pull on the Spyder Women’s Circuit Pants. These straight-leg ski pants feature non-bulky insulation and waterproof breathable fabric to protect you from cold chairlift seats, frigid winds, and blower pow while you schuss your favorite resort. Adjust the waistband to fit over your layers, secure the gaiters around your ski boots, and commence skiing. Scuff guards ensure your edges don’t eat your pant cuffs alive. What People Say: These pants fit like a pair of jeans… not bulky, but they’re totally functional. So warm, waterproof and windproof too. They are a bit high waisted for my taste, but there’s a reason for that. Material is really soft. They kept me toasty on the back bowls at Vail in powder up to my knees… Recommendation: Comfy as jeans, and a whole lot more waterproof. What can be better? Sizes: 4-14


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