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Marmot Freerider Pant - Women's

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With this much dry comfort, nothing will lure you inside.

Fully taped Gore-Tex protection, brushed tricot coziness, and essential venting and gaiters make the Marmot Women's Freerider Pant requisite for ripping all day long. A loose fit and articulated knees give you unhindered mobility. Free and easy, dry and cozy:  you'll skip the hot-cocoa break.

  • Durable 2-layer Gore-Tex is waterproof and breathable—guaranteed
  • Fully taped seams prevent leaks and drafts from sneaking in
  • Reversed brushed tricot seat and thighs add warmth and comfort to colder areas
  • Loose fit with adjustable waist with snap closure and zippered fly gives ample room for optimal freedom of mobility
  • Articulated knees allow easy, natural movement
  • Leg water-resistant zips vent out air when riding up a storm or on a hike
  • Internal gaiters with gripper elastic keep snow and cold from sneaking into your boots
  • Ankle water-resistant zippers make putting on and off and adjusting boots a cinch
  • Cordura scuff guards protect against ski edges and wear and tear in this high-stress area
  • 2 back and handwarmer pockets with water-resistant zippers protect and secure essentials
  • Flapped cargo pocket with zipper pocket adds convenience and style
  • Item #MAR2418

Tech Specs

Claimed Weight
1 lb 8.1 oz
Side Zips
fully sealed
side zips
2 hand, 2 back, 1 thigh
[membrane/laminate] Gore-Tex (2-layer), [face fabric] polyester
Recommended Use
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Bring on the cold!

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

I have only worn these pants out once so far, having just received them, and used them to ski in cold snowy weather. They are very warm and lightweight. I love the material, they are extremely soft and comfortable for a snow pant. I wore these with only a light base layer and still found myself dry and toasty. I got the electric blue, which as the other reviewer mentioned, is more of a purple. I really like the color and zipper accents. I would not have gotten these if they were not on sale, I am pretty happy to have gotten such a great deal on this gear.

The fit is great, but note that these are designed to be functional over fashionable, even though they still look good. I am 5'9" and 145 lbs and I ordered the medium. The length is perfect. They are a little baggy, but who wants tight snow pants? Plenty of room for a base layer and your movements are unrestricted. The boots gaiters are great, as are the re-inforced bottoms of the pants. I expect these to keep me dry and warm for many years to come.

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

So far I've only worn these pants for lift serve skiing, but with plenty of powder. Definitely no problems with staying dry, and the insulation makes only a light baselayer necessary. Like the description says,the soft lining feels nice and cozy.The thigh vents also came in handy for sidecountry hiking.

These pants are actually more purple than blue, but I kept them since the zipper accents matched my jacket (different brand), and I've received tons of compliments :)

Definitely size down compared to other women's pants by Marmot like the Divine, as these have a baggier look. I'm 5'5" 130-35 with a telemarker bottom half and the size small is almost too big (that never happens). I wear a belt in addition to tightening the inside velcro tabs, and still can comfortably tuck in my top layers.

Apparently Marmot makes a jacket which zips together with a removable upper portion of the pant which is not pictured. This system would seem far superior to a snow skirt if one also bought the jacket (not sure what it is called).

Overall, really well-constructed and warm for long days in the snow. For dedicated touring and considering the price tag, however, I would opt for something lighter and more streamlined (i.e. Arcteryx). I would not have bought these without the sale price, but am happy to have them. I expect they will go out of style before they wear out.