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Adidas Women's Winter Lined CPS Pants 183961 25% off Adidas Women's Winter Lined CPS Pants $112.46 - $149.95
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Helly Hansen Men's Legend Pants 177572 Helly Hansen Men's Legend Pants $199.95 10 Reviews
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Mountain Hardwear Women's Daphnia Pants 88094 40% off Mountain Hardwear Women's Daphnia Pants $95.97 $159.95 6 Reviews Arc'teryx Men's Sabre Pants 156983 Arc'teryx Men's Sabre Pants $448.95 9 Reviews
Arc'teryx Women's Sentinel Pants 157000 Arc'teryx Women's Sentinel Pants $448.95 5 Reviews
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Holden Men's Standard Skinny Pants-160173 160173 35% off Holden Men's Standard Skinny Pants-160173 $123.95 $190.00
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Patagonia Men's Snowshot Pants 154814 40% off Patagonia Men's Snowshot Pants $107.40 $179.00 6 Reviews Arc'teryx Men's Stingray Pants 115423 Arc'teryx Men's Stingray Pants $398.95 31 Reviews
The North Face Women's Freedom LRBC Insulated Pants 123409 40% off The North Face Women's Freedom LRBC Insulated Pants $95.37 $158.95 31 Reviews Outdoor Research Men's Cirque Softshell Pants 121949 Outdoor Research Men's Cirque Softshell Pants $140.00 4 Reviews Volkl Men's Ultar Peak Ski Pants 205132 38% off Volkl Men's Ultar Peak Ski Pants $160.95 $259.95 Marmot Men's Palisades Pants 58890 Marmot Men's Palisades Pants $199.95 6 Reviews
Salomon Men's Response Ski Pants 202295 30% off Salomon Men's Response Ski Pants $118.95 $170.00
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Rossignol Men's Alias Ski Pants 204217 35% off Rossignol Men's Alias Ski Pants $116.95 $180.00 Salomon Men's Zero Ski Pants 205405 30% off Salomon Men's Zero Ski Pants $132.95 - $160.95
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Orage Men's Benji 2 Ski Pants 205487 34% off Orage Men's Benji 2 Ski Pants $117.95 $180.00
Salomon Men's Fantasy Ski Pants 203082 30% off Salomon Men's Fantasy Ski Pants $118.95 $170.00 Salomon Men's Sashay Ski Pants 204868 30% off Salomon Men's Sashay Ski Pants $132.95 $190.00
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Salomon Men's Impulse Ski Pants 203382 30% off Salomon Men's Impulse Ski Pants $97.95 $140.00
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Mountain Hardwear Men's Returnia Pants 122602 Mountain Hardwear Men's Returnia Pants $159.95 - $164.95 7 Reviews
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Mountain Hardwear Men's Returnia Insulated Pants 122603 25% off Mountain Hardwear Men's Returnia Insulated Pants $131.21 - $169.95 14 Reviews
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Mountain Hardwear Men's Hestia Pants 122557 40% off Mountain Hardwear Men's Hestia Pants $149.97 $249.95 Armada Men's Tradition Pants 185228 30% off Armada Men's Tradition Pants $139.95 $199.95 Rossignol Men's Intruder Ski Pants 202986 35% off Rossignol Men's Intruder Ski Pants $116.95 $180.00
Orage Men's Quest Ski Pants 206606 35% off Orage Men's Quest Ski Pants $130.95 $200.00 Armada Men's Tradition Ski Pants 206538 30% off Armada Men's Tradition Ski Pants $139.95 $199.99 Burton Men's Vent Snowboard Pants-119433 119433 Burton Men's Vent Snowboard Pants-119433 $169.95 4 Reviews Salomon Women's Impulse Ski Pants 206250 30% off Salomon Women's Impulse Ski Pants $97.95 - $130.00
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Outdoor Research Men's Blackpowder Pants 156139 35% off Outdoor Research Men's Blackpowder Pants $146.25 $225.00 Helly Hansen Men's Legend Cargo Pants 177574 Helly Hansen Men's Legend Cargo Pants $149.95
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Columbia Men's Bugaboo Ski Pants 127404 Columbia Men's Bugaboo Ski Pants $79.95 27 Reviews
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Mountain Hardwear Men's Sarpa Pants 88566 40% off Mountain Hardwear Men's Sarpa Pants $95.97 $159.95 1 Reviews
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Ski Pants and Clothing Recommended Buying Advice
Selecting the best ski pant depends on your skiing needs. That's why it's important to think about how, when and where you'll be skiing before you make your preseason purchases. Do you need the warmth of extra insulation or the versatility of a ski pant shell? If you're a beginner or recreational skier who tends to ski early in the season, insulated ski pants will serve you well, especially if you find yourself waiting in long lift lines or for your friends or ski class at the bottom of a ski run. If you're a backcountry skier who hikes or climbs up to the receding snowline late in the season, vented shell mountaineering pants from Mountain Hardwear or Patagonia with a combination of inner layers could give you extra versatility for varied conditions.

Can you wear the same pants for skiing and snowboarding? Twenty years ago snowboarders didn't have much of a choice, but now ski pants and snowboard pant designs feature specialized innovations that are often articulated to how your legs and knees bend or turn for each sport. If you're just starting out and exploring either sport, an insulated ski bib or ski pant with suspenders will probably suit you just fine, but intermediate skiers and snowboarders have specific and higher performance needs that are best suited for specialized outerwear like Spyder, Descente or Marker. Some snowboard pants offer extra fleece padding in the seat and knee areas for rest stops, although skiers who use these pants find that the extra insulating material adds bulk that doesn't help--unless they're stuck for a half hour on a stalled chairlift in a blizzard. Most ski pants also feature extra durable scuff guards along the hem inseams to minimize the abrasive wear caused by sharp ski edges rubbing up against the lower pant fabric.

Ski pants venting configurations are another key consideration for advanced skiers who tend to either ski through the year or hike into the remote areas in the backcountry. Performance snowboard pants from Oakley and Burton usually offer zippered vent openings along the inseam thigh areas, but this cooling design is best suited for optimizing airflow in a snowboarding stance. Ski pant vents and zipper openings are usually found along outseams on pants from Marker, Spyder and The North Face. Some skiers swear that the full-length zipper designs are the only way to go, especially if you're removing outer layers on sunny days, but other skiers find that they rarely or never take advantage of the full zipper design. If you tend to ski hot even in damp conditions, consider the drier advantages of zippered ski vents with mesh linings. The cost for mesh-lined vents is usually a little more, but most skiers find that they don't need to change out of their inner layers after a damp day on the mountain.

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