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The Decker handles double-decker powder runs with ease.
- Mesh-lined inseam vents help you regulate body temp without letting in snow
- Fully-taped seams mean that even loitering moisture can't seep through to your insulating layers
- Elasticized gaiters ensure your protection from the ankles on up
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- Gender: Female
While I didn't purchase on Backcounty, I'm so pumped I'm posting a review. Found last year's lilac color on sale - score!
I've been searching for a quality pant with high waterproofing/breathability, fully taped seams, and actual style. This, for the few who are unaware, is nearly impossible. The industry just doesn't make much quality gear for women. THANK GOD Armada started producing women's outwear.
These pants are sick. In my opinion the fit is relaxed, but not huge as others have said (Armada's Aurora pant however - their "relaxed fit," as the name implies, does run intentionally big). If you buy your true size they should fit you in the waist/hips. I actually sized up because they're slim fit and I'm really happy. Love these pants!
Looks cool but
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Think their sizing is a bit off. According to their size charts I should have been a medium. However, when i tried them on they were HUGE. I didn't reorder them in a smaller size because the inseam would still be way too long. I'm 5'4" and 123lbs.
Armada Slim Fit Pants
I love these pants...I am a slim hipped woman (built more like a boy), and they fit me perfect...Quality is great as well...
Nice pant but odd sizing
When I first saw these pants I absolutely LOVED the color (lilac) thank you Armada! A perfect style and color match for the jacket.
I tried them on in the store before I bought them online (thankfully or I definitely would have ordered the wrong size). I'm small - 5'4, 120 pounds, 26/27pant size, and I found the smalls too short (in my bare feet) and tight (wasnt wearing anything underneath). Although that's the style, I cant imagine them being comfortable on the hill, they seem like they would be fairly restrictive as far a movement goes. When I tried the mediums on they were a much better fit length wise but HUGE in the waist (really un-proportionate). They have waist adjustors which when adjusted as small as they'll go, fit better but I'll still need to use a belt. The adjustors are on the inside though, so the waist still looks big.
Havent used them on the hill yet so I dont know how theyll keep up for warmth and dryness. Ill update once Ive taken them for a ski.
I went to college with a Decker & he kicked ass, so naturally these pants are kick ass as well. I purchased these pants in the lime green. These pants have a lightweight fleece lining around the top so when you button them up your bellybutton doesn't get cold? They are slimmer than I normally wear but nothing like those guy snowboarders in jeans you see at Keystone. There is plenty of movement still in these, they just are fitted so you look like a girl.
Anyways they run true to size and match the Armada Kindle jacket perfectly. There are standard gaiters on the bottom & the side pockets don't look bulky if you have an item in them. If there was a back photo of these pants you would be able to see that the bottom 1/4 inch of the pant there is a black reinforcement fabric so they don't fray when you beat these to death by the end of the season. Also there is recco on these so in case you don't have a real beacon you might be found.
my only gripe is that I might have to buy some tighter long underwear.
Armada 2011 Women's Outerwear
Maude Raymond and Dania Assaly introduce Armada's first line of women's outerwear.