Do it all.
From groomer days to lift-served powder turns, the Arc'teryx Men's Cassiar Pants will do it all. The best of both worlds, this pant is constructed with a protective 3-layer Gore-Tex membrane that shields you from wind and water and a supple 4-way stretch fabric that enables you to move without restraint. A brushed flannel backer adds insulation and comfort when skiing. Internal adjusters leave the waistline clean and add to the pant's streamlined look while giving you a secure fit. Mesh-lined PowderGuard vents let you dump heat on warm days or after a long run. PowderCuffs keep snow from sneaking into your boots, while Keprotec insteps guard your hems against abrasion from sharp ski edges or boots.
- A ski pant for protection and mobility at the resort
- Gore-Tex membrane offers breathable, waterproof protection
- Supple stretch fabric provides comfort and increased mobility
- PowderGuard mesh-lined vents for temperature regulation
- Keprotec insteps guard against abrasion
- PowderCuff gaiters keep snow out of your boots
- Trimmest men's pant in the Arc'teryx Whiteline collection
- Arc'teryx designs emphasize simplicity and performance
- Item #ARC00KX
- Q & A
Stretch for your next turn...
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 34/Tall
I am a knee droppin', freeheeler so when I saw "supple 4-way stretch fabric" I was sold on the Cassiar Pants immediately. What I am trying to say is that I practice the sport of telemark skiing which requires a lot of leg movement and lunging. It seems that the Cassiar was made for tele.
I was in the market for a new on-piste, resort pant and after trying on almost every pair of ski pants that Arc'teryx makes, I finally settled on the Cassiar. I was between a Medium and Large in every other pant but the Cassiar is sized numerically which was also a deciding factor. I am typically a 34x34 in pants and went with these in the 34/Tall. I will admit that the Tall inseam is a little long for me and the pants hit the ground when I am in street shoes. But with my Scarpa TX Pro Tele Boots on they fit perfectly in my opinion. I have about 25 days in them and counting and they have kept me warm and dry throughout many storms already (what a winter?!). I cannot recommend the Cassiar enough to anyone looking for a versatile ski pant.
Feel to contact me directly with questions on Arc'teryx Pants, other ski outerwear or anything ski related.
Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead - firstname.lastname@example.org - 801-736-4337
Are these available in a short length like other Arcteryx shell pants?