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Freeride style with unmatched durability.

If you know you're going out into the toughest conditions, and intend on charging the mountains with absolutely no mercy, the Norrøna Lofoten Gore-Tex Pro Shell Pant offers the ultimate protection and durability so you can focus on the skiing, and not the fact that your legs are wet and cold. With the legendary Gore-Tex guarantee, boot gaiters, and a removable suspender bib, a complete seal from the elements becomes your reality. If you get hot while touring, the 3/4 length side zips can be opened partially or fully to release the heat, and the bib and suspenders can be removed for times when a little less of a seal is needed. The Aramid lower leg reinforcements provide unmatched protection from ski edges, and the multiple pockets give multiple storage options. These technical freeride pants have all the features of the highest-end mountaineering pants, with the style and function demanded by today's hardest chargers.

  • Gore-Tex Pro Shell, 3-layer
  • Loose fit
  • 3/4 length side zips
  • Boot gaiters
  • Removable bib and suspenders
  • Multiple pockets

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5 5

Absolutely Bomber

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

These are incredible. I did not get wet once in a full season of use. Features that make these pants worth the high price tag:
- Ripstop material at the bottoms. I find reinforcement in this area essential for ski pants, and the material on these pants is by far the best I've seen.
- Bib.
- Full length side vents. Did not expect to use them as much as I did, even when not hiking or skinning. Just remember to close them before dropping in..
- Proper fit. I'm 6'1" with athletic build, and medium fits perfectly.

Not-so-unique highlights:
- Awesome bright colors so your friends don't lose you in the trees.
- Lots of pockets for storing passes, wallet, snacks, phone, face mask, etc.
- Having Goretex pants is underrated in general.

I expect these to last for a very long time. I've evangelized these pants to friends, and they love them too.

5 5

Perfect Bibs

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I used these in windy conditions as well as during a snowstorm that had the really wet snow. Never felt the wind or the snow even though my bibs were covered with the snow, I never got wet. Wore these with my Arcteryx Sidewinder SV jacket and Icebreaker 200 Oasis leggings, and they performed perfectly. Love the number and location of the pockets..I know that I'll be using these for many years to come.

Perfect Bibs
5 5

Solid Pants

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Thick, seemingly indestructible, 3layer goretex is the way to go for heavily abused ski pants, and the Lofoten from Norrona is the real deal. Mine are holding up very well, even the reinforced boot cuffs show no wear after what has been about 25days on the mountain so far this season. I'm 180lbs, size 34inch waist, and large fits perfect.

i am 6.3, 200lbs with a 34-36 waist. i...

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i am 6.3, 200lbs with a 34-36 waist. i tend to like my pants a bit on the baggier side. what size do u reccomend ?

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If you like them baggy, I'd go with an XL or even the XXL. I am 5'10, 160 with a 33-34 inch waist and I got the size L's

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Go with an XL, they have a wide cut in the leg. I"m 6'2" 185lbs with a 32" waist, the large have plenty of leg length and some extra room in the waist. Great adjustments to get them tightened up. I have an XL of the Norrona one piece. its very roomy in the ... well the whole thing!

5 5

the bibs i've been looking for

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

i've been wearing these for a week now, and i expect they'll hold up for the next 5 years of 100 day seasons(the standard i hold my ski clothing to). straight out of the package i was sold, the goretex feels burlier than any other (patagonia powslayer bibs feel like tissue paper, i returned them as soon as i compared with norrona). i'm a girl, but ordered the men's pants because the ass area is smaller. they fit perfectly. i'm 5'7" and 135lbs, i wear 31x30 carhartts, and ordered the small bibs. i've extended the bib straps all the way, and the pant leg length is perfect. if i wore these at my actual waist they would be way too short, at a typical pant wearing height, the length is fine. in the write up they are described as a "loose fit" i feel they are fairly average.

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I'm 5'4 and 126 lbs, waist 26, hips 33-34" so, really no hips or butt. I have a short waist and long legs (muscular). I tried the women's small which fit except for the crotch b/c it was a little too short. The women's medium was huge in the legs, although the waist could be adjusted to take care of the big waist/hips/butt, I was most concerned about the legs being huge. So, went with the men's small...fit is much like the women's small with the exception of 2" more in the inseam/crotch area and slightly bigger in the waist, though not really noticeable

5 5

True Battle Armor Viking Style!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large

These pants are as hard as nails... Extremely tough and really nice cut for skiing in the harsh weather.

5 5

Arguably the best imo...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small

bought another pair of this coming seasons and sized up. I can go either way in a medium or a large but will be staying with larges moving forward fom Norrona. I am 5'11" 163 lbs with a 33 inch waist and a bit longer legs (not long waisted). Have skied this model bib for a few seasons and have purchased at least four different pair as colors have changed. My reason for size large is maybe my waist is a bit bigger now 33-34 probably vs 32-33 prior. I like the longer length i get out of the current run of size large. I do not have to extend the bib straps all the way down practically to get the length with the large like I did the mediums. In fact not at all and the size large still looks svelt by bringing in the side straps a bit. Happy with my new sizing. nothing more geeky than pants that are too short imo.
The pants are definately all time in my book too. The upper bib portion is not baggy but more conforming. Just look and or try on
other brands and you will see and feel the gunny sack opening that some of those have. These are made tough and yes gore-tex hardshell pants are a bit noisy when walking but such a minor bitch for such an awesome pant. Highly recommend these.

what is the breathability rating? "guaranteed...

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what is the breathability rating? "guaranteed breathable" means as much to me as "guaranteed one size fits all"

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Do not know if this will help, but I can't seem to locate an actual "breathability rating" from Gore Tex, nor any other company for that matter. I found this : http://www.gearinstitute.com/getschooled/item/gore-tex-launches-new-pro-shell
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However, I also found this site, (http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/waterproof-guide/) which seemed to be of some value, though I question the legitimacy of the claims made on the ratings, so take that with a grain of salt.
I would recommend calling Gore and seeing if you can perhaps glean the breathability rating you so crave from them. It may just be a difficult piece of info to locate, or it may not be posted at all due to "proprietary" concerns from Gore.

5 5

Bibs are great!

  • Fit: Runs small

The Norrona Bib is all time and is a very good bang for your buck item. The 3 layer pro shell gore-tex is as good as it gets from Gore and will keep you warm and dry. Bibs are perfect for snowmobiling, or nice pow days to keep the snow out of your bottom. The straps adjust and will be very comfortable and allow for some layering underneath. Norrona is a euro brand and the sizing will be a little slimmer than most US brands.