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For legs that do work at altitude, try the Marmot Alpinist Pants. Whether you’re trudging through snow or tip-toeing across glaciers , 3-layer Gore-Tex Pro Shell and fully taped seams provide the protection you need for alpine adventures.

  • 3-Layer Stretch Fabric and anatomically articulated legs provide a comfortable fit without sacrificing range of motion
  • Gore-Tex Pro Shell backing adds weather protection
  • Zip-on bib and adjustable suspenders work for deep-pow days, and zip-in gasket allows for jacket and pant integration to give you a full suit of armor to take on the elements
  • Complete a weather seal to your boots with internal gaiters with gripper elastic
  • Cordura Scuff Guard ensures that even though you play hard in the mountains, you won’t look homeless at the end of the day
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Worth the money!

    These were my go-to pants last season and they couldn't have been better. Solid construction and very good at keeping the elements out. Even when sitting and relaxing in the snow on a sunny day (read: wet snow), the outside might start to feel wet but you stay dry inside. They would be great pants regardless but having the bib add-on put these over the top.

    I'm 5'10" with 31" inseam and I bought a medium. This year I plan to pair these with the Marmot Power Stretch 3/4 Pant. If I break the piggy bank I may purchase another pair in blue or yellow before this season!

    Wind Chap no more

      I'm 5'11" and 160 lbs. I recommend going a size up (so I bought large) if you want extra room for touring and being flexible. Most importantly, make sure you want a 3/4 pant with suspenders. I purposely bought these because of that aspect and was tired of wind chap on my back when touring in the element.

      What's the warranty on these pants?

      What's the warranty on these pants?

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      How are these pants different to the...

      How are these pants different to the previous year's model - marmot torre pants? Marmot has priced them $100 more and changed nothing but added to 2 more color variaties.

      These pants are good but there is lots of room for improvement, especially when you're paying $450 for them. They are completely not durable, I have tore up my cuffs with skis edges in just one season.