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Because your thirst for adventure doesn't wane with end of the season.

You never know where your next adventure is going to take you or what it's going to bring, so prepare yourself for anything with the Norrøna Svalbard Men's Gore-Tex Pant. Featuring waterproof breathable Gore-Tex to keep you dry, the Svalbard is versatile enough to handle anything from coastal downpours to high alpine snowstorms, and everything in between. Zippered thigh pocket vents dump heat when you're trekking in mild summer temps and the regular fit allows room to layer underneath when you need to stay warm on winter journeys.

  • Gore-Tex waterproof membrane is waterproof, windproof, and breathable for ultimate protection in harsh conditions
  • Fully taped seams and water-resistant YKK zippers prevent moisture from seeping through
  • Mesh lining increases breathability
  • Regular fit has plenty of room to layer underneath without being too baggy
  • Adjustable waist and hems provide a snug fit
  • Zippered hand pockets with mesh lining double as vents to allow you to dump heat when it warms up

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4 5

Weird sizing, as usual

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

I've tried to buy Norr?na pants before and had to return them every time because of fit. My jeans are either 33 or 34 in the waist depending on the brand and always 30 in length. That's on the short side when it comes to length in technical outdoor pants like this.

The size chart is listed as the waist being 34.6 - 36.6in for Medium, which is what I ordered. Even with waist Velcro snaps all the way out this feels a little snug. So with 33/34 jeans the supposedly 36.6 waist on these pants is borderline tight for me. Sure these pants sit a little higher than jeans but still.

I would've preferred the legs to be every so slightly shorter but this will do.

Craftsmanship seems top notch, as expected. I agree with Bill's review below on the general fit of these pants. They are closer to athletic than regular. The thighs are quite narrow, while the legs quite wide. This is useful for having them outside of boots and then tightening the Velcro at the leg openings. Once that's done the legs don't feel so wide.

If you fit within their size chart I don't think you can go wrong with these pants.

UPDATE:
While I've only used them once so far, I came out very impressed. The mesh lining does add weight and bulk, but it makes it very comfortable to wear the pants with only underwear. I remained completely dry. The pants were very comfortable to wear. I was hiking in steep uphill/downhill terrain. The little hooks at the bottom of the legs never let go from the laces of my boots giving a secure fit.

This is a 5 star product if the sizes fit you.

5 5

Excellent quality, minimal caveats

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small

Outstanding initial quality. Sturdy buttons, quality zippers and pulls, reinforced belt loops. Outer material is tougher than comparable Gortex Paclite pants. Velcro waist cinch mechanism adjusts fit very comfortably and quickly. Right thigh pocket has elastic inside pouched, sized well for cell phone or small camera. Legs and seat are lined with mesh throughout; this adds weight, but makes it more warm and quite comfortable on bare skin, feeling like they are best worn alone, not as pull-over rain pants. Cut is labeled regular, but feels more athletic; I wouldn't count on fitting multiple layers underneath. Stitching on pocket seams is sturdy, but penetrates outer layer at mid-thigh with small roll in the seam; would need to test it in hard rain to know if taped seam is effective in this vital area.

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I just came from a short 7 mile hike in rain and I was completely dry. Admittedly the weather forecast called it 'showers' but if was extremely windy so I feel the pants got a decent test. I was completely dry.