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When you eliminate the bad news, the good news is even better.

Snow falling out of the sky when you’re on the slopes is generally a good thing, except perhaps when it’s time to sit down on a wet chairlift seat or continually brush the accumulation off your pants on the ride up the hill. If you should ever face this good-news, bad-news situation, count on the Marmot Women’s Skyline Insulated Pant to keep you dry and warm no matter how fast it’s coming down. The pant’s waterproof breathable MemBrain shell and fully taped seams won’t let the wet stuff through; Thermal R insulation and cozy, wicking brushed tricot lining protect you against chills.

  • Zippered hand pockets, flapped back pockets, and a small ankle pocket give you plenty of places to stash cards, cash, and other small items
  • Internal gaiters feature gripper elastic that holds them in place and seals out snow
  • Cordura scuff guard protects your hem from your boots
  • Modern boot cut features lower rise, fuller knee, and slightly flared cuff

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Nice insulated pants

  • Gender:Female
  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit:Runs large

These fit well, high enough waist that I am not going to have to stop my run to yank my pants back up from my butt. They have a lot of pockets. Two back pockets and two front hand warmer pockets. I love this as most women's pants don't have enough pockets. But they are REALLY long for me (hence only 4 stars). I wish they made a petite size too. I probably should have gotten a size down, but I like my clothes loose for active sports. They are soft, not real plastic-y like some fabrics. I am sure they are going to be great for those below zero, windy Loveland days this winter. I finally tried them on a cold day today. They were very warm, I never got cold. A couple of minor annoyances. First the pockets are kind of small. It is hard to put a phone in one because you either sit on it or it is sticking into your hip flexor. In retrospect I really like thigh pockets. The ankle pocket seems really useless to me. The other annoying thing is that the velcro adjustment strips for tightening the waist are on the inside waistband. That means they are constantly getting caught on your long underwear and getting rolled over or pulled off. They would have been much more effective on the outside of the waistband. Or better yet, used snaps instead of velcro.

I'm 5'9 and 140 pounds. what size do you recommend?

I am 5'6 and 135 lbs and got a small and they fit nicely. I'm a size 4 in pants. The only thing is that the length is just right ... Maybe a tad too short. You may want a medium for the lengths sake. If you're a size 6 pant, I'd get a medium.

Do these pants ship to Canada?

Sorry but we cannot ship Marmot to Canada, Australia or New Zealand.


For Ski Ladies Everywhere

  • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit:True to size

Picked up a pair of the Skyline Insulated Pants for my mom for Christmas in Black. My mom prefers dark pants and a simple colored jacket so paired with the Arc'teryx Ravenna Jacket in Heron (grey), she was pleased with her new ski outfit. Here is what she had to say about the pants:

Height: 5'9" Weight: 190 lbs Size: XL

"Love the fit of these Marmot pants, not too tight with enough room for long underwear. Perfect amount of pockets. They stay up when skiing and do not fall down. Had an old pair of Marmot ski pants for years and was happy to upgrade."


bought these for my wife.

  • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit:True to size

Bought these for my wife last Christmas. She wore them all winter and loved them. She doesn't ski a lot, maybe 12 days last year, but she was very comfortable in them. Plenty warm. Stayed dry. The boot gaiters at the bottom s nice, as are the scuff guards. She is usually cold, no matter what the temperature, however with these, and some UnderArmour cold gear tights, she was fine in the low 20's last winter in Vermont. Very good product.


Very cute!!

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit:True to size

The colors on these ski pants are amazing. I love it. The purple/blue and the green go so well with both of my ski jackets. I'm 5'7 and 155 pounds. The pants is just right for me. Some may think it is snug fitting but isn't that's what it is designed to be? As long as I can move in them and don't feel like they will rip, then I'm all peachy. I can't wait to show these off on the slopes next season. The quality on these are pretty cool too. These are my 3rd pair of ski pants so I would think I know what I am talking about. It feels even better than my Burton ones that I paid $300 for. Believe it.

I'm 5'9" and 138 lbs with fairly lanky...

I'm 5'9" and 138 lbs with fairly lanky legs (32 in inseam) and I wear a DonJoy brace under my pants. Would a medium be loose enough to fit the brace of should I go large. Aka: how baggy are they really?

Thanks in advance. :)

Best Answer

I would recommend going with Large in the Skyline Pants. The Medium only have a 30" inseam while the Large are 31.5". The Regular fit is a little baggy to accommodate layers, but you would more likely be able to fit your brace under the Large than the Medium.

Plus Backcountry has a great return policy. You can exchange a new, unused item for a different size, color or similar item at no cost, we will cover the shipping both ways. So if you get the Large and it does not fit right, we will gladly help you exchange it.


Baggy Fit

  • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it

these pants seem very well made, but just didn't fit me correctly. The mediums were too tight in the butt, but I was swimming in the larges - even with the adjustable waist. The medium was a bit short on me as well - I'm 5'8" and about 150#, and I normally wear a 6 or 28 in regular pants. Returned, so I could find something that fit my proportions a bit better. As others have mentioned, this is a great option if you're going for a baggier/roomier ski pant - not a good option if you prefer a tighter or more tailored fit.

Hi, After reading the reviews I am totally...


After reading the reviews I am totally confused...some say they fit big, others say they are snug. I am 5'6" and 125 lbs and can't decide if I am a small or medium.

Best Answer

According to the sizing chart you are right in between the sizes small and medium, I would say if you want a more fitted pant go for the small, and if you want a looser fit go for the medium. Also you can feel free to chat or call in to have a gearhead discuss your options!

Go Medium!

I am 5'3" and 120 lbs and had a chance to try a pair on in the size MEDIUM..

They were slightly too large, which given your slightly bigger frame, the size M should be perfect!


Runs Big

  • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it
  • Fit:Runs large

Bought these for my wife and we ended up having to return them. They run a little big & were quite baggy in the legs.

Quality of pants was great though. Would be a great pant if the looser, baggier style is what you are after.


Marmot Skyline Ski Pants

    I am very happy with this product. Not only are these pants trendy but I love how they can be adjusted at the waist. I love the contrast in color- the lipstick pink on green. They aren't too snug on my legs and I have pretty athletic legs so they fit great and still have the ability to move around.


    Comment on size

    • Gender:Female
    • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it

    The color of these pants is GREAT (the green)! I only tried them on, but the good quality was pretty obvious . The fit however, was snug. It hugged in all the right places, but was unfortunately too tight in the waist. If it had a bit more room in that area, I would have kept them (especially for the price of about $100). For reference, I'm 5' 2", ~113 and am normally a size 2. I don't have a large rear-end, so if you have a bit more in the back, size up.


    good for the money

      when i got these i almost returned them because they were borderline too small (ordered xs, i am 5'1" 110lbs) but kept them and gave them to my daughter who is a little shorter and lighter than me. she really likes them. based on the cut and the features i would definitely consider this a resort oriented pant. she destroyed her last pair (roxy) in 2 seasons so i'm hoping these will be more durable.

      I do not agree. I bought a XS based on the reviews that stated the pants are "snug" and that users had to order a size up. I am 5'3, 108 lb and have a muscular figure. The XS regular fit loosely around my waist and was an inch too long (but perfect over ski boots). I would say the XS runs true to size (0-2) or even slightly large.

      What is the inseam?

      What is the inseam?

      Best Answer

      The inseam is the measurement from your crotch to your ankle, or whatever point you want your pant legs to stop.

      hope this helps...

      I think she meant...what is the inseam measurement for this pant.

      All measurements can be found by clicking on the little blue 'ruler' just between the 'size selections' and 'quantity' options.


      Warm and comfortable

        I just got these pants a week ago and I absolutely love them. I'm 5'2" 125 lbs and ordered a medium. I think that I am technically a small, but since I like my pants to be a little bit on the baggy size, I went for the roomier pants. Even though I went up a size they are still flattering, and fit well over my ski boots. They are a little bit big around the waist, but this is easily remedied with Marmots velcro adjustment tabs inside that waistband that allow me to take them in just a little bit. I am also very excited about the reinforced fabric around the bottom of the pants, hopefully my pants will not get as shredded with the ripstop fabric

        I am same hght/wght, what are you wearing underneath? Tights? fleece? Do you miss the vent option?

        Hey! I usually wear a pair of Marmot's medium weight long underwear under these pants. I tend to wear the same type of layers on the bottom just about everyday, but if I'm touring or spring skiing I'll throw on a lighter/silk pair instead!

        What is the inseam on the large?

        What is the inseam on the large?