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Winter weather doesn't stand a chance against the Stingray.
- Waterproof Gore-Tex fabric, a DWR (durable water repellent) finish, fully taped seams, and WaterTight zippers block out the wet while you dive in and out of huge pow stashes
- Breathable Gore-Tex fabric and mesh-lined vents toward the backs of the legs release excess heat during nonstop top-to-bottom runs
- Durable three-layer construction ensures the Stingrays will be around for years to come
- Articulated knees and seat and a gusseted crotch give you plenty of mobility when you need to act fast in tight trees or sketchy terrain
- An adjustable waist gives you a just-right fit
- Elastic gripper powder cuffs with lace hooks block out snow
- Two hand pockets with laminated zippers stash your hot cocoa cash
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Can't wait to ski in them
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: Runs small
I bought these to go with the Arc'teryx Tempest jacket. I have not worn them to ski yet, but wanted to note that they do run SMALL. I measure right between a Medium and Large but ended up with an X-Large so that they actually pull-up over my thighs and hips! If the zipper were a bit longer that wouldn't be an issue. Other than fit, construction is what you've come to expect from Arc'teryx!
What is the inseam on these? are they a...
What is the inseam on these? are they a long or regular (I've seen other arc'teryx pants that have (reg) beside the size and the other sizes are a long) Just wondering what the case is here.
These are the 29" inseam variants. They do make short and tall versions of some of their styles but we have the regular length in this particular pant.
inside of pants
light fleece lining
Are these pants a shell or does it have a...
Are these pants a shell or does it have a lining or insulation?
They're just a shell, no insulation.
The stingray pant are a shell but also have a micro fleece lining. The face fabric itself is thicker than regular proshell and all combined with the lining provide a little bit of loft (ie: minor amounts of insulation). Plus they are softer on the inside than proshell. Hope this helps
is the pine frost a white or off-white...
is the pine frost a white or off-white color? Thanks!
Thanks for the question, the Arc'teryx Stingray Pant in the Pine Frost color is definitely more of a White than Off-White.
straight up sucks
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
These pants are sized HORRIBLY. I am usually a size large. I ordered Large. They were TOO large. I returned and exchanged for medium. Medium fit great but I had to wiggle out of them because the zipper is so short. (Many others have had the same comment) So I returned them again for the Larges and thought I would just wear a belt. Skiing in them this season already sucks. They are so baggy they keep falling down. The pants are so long and baggy that I continue to click my pants into my bindings. These are hands-down the worst ski pant ever created for a female sized 8-10. Do not purchase these. Chose any other pant but these.
i was wondering how much they weigh.
i was wondering how much they weigh.
Can Anyone give me measurements in the...
Can Anyone give me measurements in the waist and outseam of a size medium or large stingray pant?
Thanks in advance
Here are the measurements Paul,
Medium - waist 32.5 / outseam 39
Large - waist 36 / outseam 40
Outseam measurements taken from top to bottom. I hope thats what you were looking for.
Thanks todd. Much appreciated
Just do it!
I have a different year of these pants, in whiteish color. Was looking for a red pair of arcteryx pants. Not red, but awesome color. Rocked them in Vail and Aspen and love them. And the bottom matches my arcteryx jacket perfect! Warm, lightweight, adjustable waistline. I wear smartwool long underwear underneath and smartwool socks, and I am set for a day on the mountain skiing. If the weather is really cold, or gets warm, you will stay dry and warm! LOVE!
Arc'teryx excels !
Great pants, very comfortable and have stayed dry during over our recent 4 ft dump of snow, worth every penny!
So, the pearl is actually a light...
So, the pearl is actually a light purple?
Yes. It is a light lavender color.
Sizes are a bit tight - try before you buy!
I'm a 25 in the waist and 36 in the hip, exactly what the size measurement has for XS. I tried on the XS and although they fit nice and snug around the waist and had room for a layer, I had to wiggle my way into the pants as the zip didn't go down far enough - whoever designed these pants need to understand that while it's great that your pants allow a hip size of 36, you need to be able to put on the pants first!
Outstanding Pants - the Stingray
I'm picky to say the least. I want it all when it comes to my gear. I'm an avid skier - and average 75 - 100 days a season on the slopes. (wish it were more) The gear I use and wear is uber important - gear failure is a total pain - one of the most frustrating things for me. I want it to fit well, look good, and be totally functional. I'm 5'8 and weigh 140.
All that being said, women's pants can be tricky - they can fit one place but be tight in the next. They can have length but no functioning pockets - the list can go on. When I acquired my Arc'teryx Stingray pants - I acquired an integral piece of my gear system. Absolutely love them. I picked size L so that I could layer with room for the tough days, yet cinch the extra for the more mild days.
The adjustable waist gives me plenty of opportunity to tuck in layers if I want, double snaps in the front keeps the pants secure. The waist band rides at a good height - not like a granny pant but not so low that I can't bend over without thinking about it.
The watertight zippers on the pockets and vents are worth their weight - I always carry loose gum in my pockets to chew (keeps me focused) moisture would be a disaster for several issues! I like the vents on pants - if I had a dream I would also have the vents go a little longer down the leg but in all honesty, I haven't had the need of a full length vent in a couple of seasons so I don't know what I'm kvetching about...
The length is perfect! Not too long, not too short - I wear them with and without ski boots when traveling - length is a major feature for me. I don't need them dragging or high-water for snow encroachment.
The articulated knee area translates to easier movement - no bunching-up of fabric behind the knee and no pulling fabric on the front of the knee.
The inside leg is reinforced so my ski edges don't slice and dice the hem area - (you should see one pair of non Arc'teryx) pants I have.. they look like a tiger swiped me). And, the built in powder cuffs/gaiters keep the snow out..
Oh, before I forget - there's a seam / crease down the front of the leg that keeps these pants looking crisp all day - they are a really good-looking pant.
Love 'em! They're a soft-shell wonder! I would and do recommend them to my colleagues all the time... who actually listen to me.. go figure.
On the Alpine pearl are the belt and zip...
On the Alpine pearl are the belt and zip pulls black or purple? It's hard to tell.
They are dark purple