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Dress like a Pro, ride like a Pro.
If work requires long hours of exposure to the fiercest elements for maximum camera exposure, invest in the Exposure Gore-Tex Pro Pants from Armada. Constructed with Gore-Tex Pro 3L fabric and Microgrid Backer Technology, the Pro Pant is designed to meet the demanding needs of Armada's pro riders. Whether or not the cameras are watching, the Pro Pant will keep your lower half happy while you put in the overtime necessary to take your riding to the next level.
- Gore-Tex Pro 3L fabric provides the highest level of protection from extreme winter conditions so you can charge all day even when the weather tries to tell you otherwise
- Gore-Tex Pro 3L is also super durable so you can sport the Exposure season after season
- Water beware: this pant's seams are fully taped, and it features YKK Aquaguard Vislon zippers for an impenetrable first line of defense against the elements
- The patent-pending Microgrid Backing Technology in the liner improves abrasion resistance and breathability, helping you stay dry when you're putting in overtime on the hill
- Armada's signature standard fit leaves plenty of room for layers and circus-worthy acrobatics
- Inner leg vents let you cool down and help to regulate your body temperature
- The adjustable inner waistband keeps these britches where they belong all day long
- Built-in RECCO system may aid in expediting emergency location if you get yourself into a sticky situation
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I bought these pants thinking that they would pretty awesome given that they are supposed to be top-of the-line snow pant. However, they are decidedly flimsy, which is super disappointing. My first day riding hard in them, I ripped right through the "reinforced" rubber lining like paper in several places. What the ef?! I had a pair of really nice orage pants that I was able to ski in for 6 years (7 actually, but the last year, the bottoms were basically made out of duct tape and no reasonable person would have continued to ski in them), but I doubt I'll get more than two or three seasons out of these. So basically, unless you need a pair of dedicated "snow fort making" pants, I'd look for something made with more durability. I gave it 2 stars because if they actually fit and feel great so if Armada fixed this issue (which in its current state is a deal breaker for sure), they'd have a pretty great product.
Skimped on key features
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
Storm flaps over std zips, not typical in a premium product. Not a real pow day pant to me. Great fabric. Nicely taped seams. Just skimped on such an important detail. I can't believe it.
Didn't even make it through one season!
I bought these pants at the beginning of the season and I have about 50 days in them so far in different conditions. I admit these ski pants looks good and are comfortable, but they are not functional. They get wet! For a product with the "GoreTex" label that is not acceptable. They also broke down faster then any ski pant I have ever owned! I would not recommend these pants to anybody!
Flimsy with leaky pockets
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
The material looks and feels cheaper than it costs: very thin so can feel the wind through it (with merino thermals underneath). Aside the Gore-Tex Pro membrane these pants to me look and feel more low- to mid-range, rather than premium. On top of that the pockets let in a fair amount of moisture due to a design fault (having untaped stitching), when under the mild conditions should have stayed dry. Not consistent with their marketing video which suggested rigorous testing. So overall not a premium product.
Armada Exposure Gore-Tex Pro Pant
Armada Athletes and Outerwear out in the mountains doing what they do Best, Killing it!
Guide in Exposure Pant
AK Heliskiing in Haines, AK used and tested Armada's GORE-TEX PRO Shifter jacket and Exposure pant in 2012.