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A modern, flattering fit from a waterproof and breathable snow pant that doesn't sacrifice a shred of performance for fashion.

Unabashedly cut for the freeride ski and snowboard crowd, the Women's Sentinel Pant combines a relaxed, casual style with the stormproof protection of waterproof breathable Gore-Tex fabric. Arc'teryx is know for its classic sleek-and-clean approach, so you can be sure that these pants easily transition between hitting jumps with your freestyle friends and ripping tight chutes with your backcountry buddies. With the Slide 'n Lock system, attach the related Sentinel jacket for full-bodied snow protection.

Gore-Tex technology keeps the weather outside when it seems like the weather has the flu: massive snow pukes, feverish winds, and sleet that runs and runs and runs. Thanks to the Gore-Tex 3-layer tech, though, you can play all day in the winter sick without feeling a spit of precipitation. When the sun shines and your nose glows bright white with zinc, open the side zips to dump surplus hot air as you hike along the ridgeline. Articulated knees and seat enhance a gusseted crotch when the trek ahead is anything but smooth. Keprotec instep guards protect against edge cuts and crampon gashes on your way to the top.

Fashion isn't just for Fifth Avenue or your day job. The women-specific fit hugs your curves without cutting in funny places. The low-rise waist keeps this pant in lock-step harmony with the latest lower-wear trends. Belt loops let you accessorize your snow pant since glitter goes with everything. Even with a catlike silhouette, the relaxed cut lets you layer it on thick when temps plunge. Fly off the rails and clear cliffs without worrying about incoming snow putting a damper on the fun.

  • N70p Gore-Tex 3-layer
  • Fully taped seams
  • Relaxed fit
  • Articulated knees, seat
  • Side zippers double as vents
  • Kaprotec edge guards, 100D Cordura powder cuffs

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3 5

Good pant but runs large

  • Height: 5' 5"
    Weight: 106 lbs
    Size Purchased: M/Reg

Good pant for skiing. The M size waist is about 82cm, quite different from the size chart, too big for my wife, she's 29'' in waist.

5 5

2nd pair, because they are the best

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

There are ONLY 2 reasons I replaced my last pair of sentinel pants... this newer version has a built-in belt for custom waist fit, and I was able to get a color I preferred better. I will have to sell the previous to afford them, but they are absolutely worth it, best pair of ski pants I have ever owned in my life (for a good mix of ski touring and skiing in-bounds, mostly in Utah, but with travel to other climates (British Columbia, Norway, Quebec, etc).

1. A little long, but that's nit-picking. I am 5'5" and need an XL to accommodate my hips and thighs, so I'm sure the length is great for taller ladies.

2. Pricey.

1. The N70P Gore-Tex is amazing. Waterproof, and it even has a little bit of stretch. It's also more of a soft "matte" fabric vs traditional hard-shell fabrics (i.e. the ones that make more noise). The inside of the fabric also has these tiny hairs that help keep this seemingly un-insulated pant a LOT warmer than it looks.

2. LOOSE FIT for the win. I like to do the "crouch-and-hug-a-ridgeline-test." If you can do that comfortably in a pair of ski pants, you have a winner. These are winners. Also plenty of room for layers on those stupidly cold days. So they are versatile from -20F to 45F

3. Flattering fit. I HATE to admit this, but I actually do care how my pants look. I would still use these based on function and athletic fit alone, BUT, it's a REALLY nice bonus that they happen to be flattering, too. i.e. lay flat across the stomach, and fall well off the rear and hips. The built-in belt is a huge help for customizing this fit as well.

4. thighs vents - they are huge. You can dump heat instantly.

5. Perfectly placed and sized pockets - 1 small pocket for ID/credit card tucked in near the waist, and 2 thigh cargo pockets large enough for a map. The left pocket also has a loop to attach your key to.

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5 5

Somethin' About the Sentinel

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I originally wanted to get the Stingray for color reasons, but the sizing on those were WAY off (the large barely fit). Like all the other ladies here, I found the Sentinel to be a much better fitting, much more flattering ski pant with more pockets to stash goodies in. I'm 5'4-ish" (size 8) and the medium/regular fit perfect in the waist with spare room for layering. I will say that these run long though, even the regular version is about 2 inches too long. But, with boots/bindings, the length is just right and I'll just roll them up when walking around in shoes. These are SUPER cute, the pink tulip color is really fun, and are WAY comfy. It's not easy finding a "good ass pant" in the ski aisle, and these do the trick!

OK - let's talk function since life is not always a fashion show! I've worn these a few times in 20-30 degree (F) weather so far with a single and double layer. They are perfectly warm and I'll likely use a thin + thick layer for wicked cold days. But what is the most impressive thing was my test in them yesterday, during what I swear was one of Utah's WETTEST snow storms ever. It was a day meant only for gor-tex, and these pants literally saved me from drowning like a wet rat at the resort in all the fabulous, albeit wet, snow. The wetness from the day worked it's sneaky way through my waterproof technical shell jacket, my waterproof leather gloves, and almost my ski boots. But my legs ... dry as a freakin' desert! I sat in puddles, I accidentally spilled my PBR on my pants, and I even played in the rain when I got back into the city. Legs. Remained.Dry!

I can officially say these are the best ski pants I've owned, for both form and function. Highly recommended!

5 5

Worth it

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 6'
    Weight: 155 lbs
    Size Purchased: L/Tall

Welp, these are by and far the most expensive pair of pants I own, but I can tell that they'll last forever (and even if they don't, Arc'teryx's warranty and repairs program is phenomenal). I decided to purchase these after literally months of trying to find a pair of ski pants that simultaneously are technical / long enough / fit correctly. I'm 6' and picked up the L/Tall (I'm a 29-30 in jeans, with 40" hips). These are a little loose on me, but crankin' down on the belt fixed that. The inseam is just shy of 35" which is FANTASTIC. Best-fitting pair of ski pants I have managed to find by far.
Performance-wise, I've worn these two days so far at the resort (one day being the wettest day I have experienced skiing in Utah, ever) and they rocked. My jacket (supposedly waterproof) was soaked through, but these kept me dry and warm with a midweight baselayer. Awesome pants!

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4 5

Great pant

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs small

I am 5'8" and about 155 lbs, i wear between a size 8 and 10 but have very athletic legs. I often wear a medium, but the medium in this wouldn't even fit over my hips. The large actually fits quite nicely and gives me a longer length without going with a long. I love the dragon fruit color it is an orangey, pinky color and is very bright. The leg vents open to expose your leg i.e. there is no mesh barrier or anything which i think i would prefer. The built in belt is great to cinch the pant to fit and the pant legs are roomy for my athletic legs without being to sloppy.

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5 5

Great ski pant

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I love these pants, they fit much more true to size than the Stingray which I tried first and returned. The regular length in size medium was fine for me and I am 5'9". Used them skiiing in very cold weather in northeast, they were warm but still lightweight only needed thin base layer underneath. It was snowing and they were waterproof, as claimed. Very flattering fit even for us gals with a booty and not too low waisted or high and they actually stay on your waist with the handy built in belt. Nice, useful mid thigh pockets.