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Pants that can take whatever the mountain dishes out.
The weather in the Cascades can be shifty; it's stormy and wet one minute then cold and clear the next. Jump into the Igneo Pant from Outdoor Research when you’re soaking up backcountry solitude on your skis and need to be ready for a variety pack of weather.
- Double-layered Pertex Shield fabric sheds moisture while remaining breathable so you stay dry from the inside and outside
- Nylon face fabric is durable and tough enough to handle scrapes with branches
- Fully taped seams stop melting snow from working in between the stitching
- Strategically placed Thermore insulation (60g in the front and 40g in the seat and knees) holds in heat to keep you warm
- Tricot lining is soft, comfy, and easy to slide into
- Relaxed fit is roomy and gives you room for additional
- Zippered inseam vents get rid of overheated air and help you regulate your temperature
- Lockdown tech lets you team these pants up with your compatible Outdoor Research jacket for total coverage
- Leg gaiters stop snow from sliding up your pant legs
- Adjustable waist gives you a custom fit
- Two hand pockets and a secure beacon pocket hold backcountry essentials
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Igneo in the Arctic!
The Igneo pant was the only ski pant I had on a recent sail/ski trip to Norway. We weren't using lifts, only hiking from the sailboat, so these pants were expected to provide a little extra warmth with the insulation (Thermore). They worked perfectly for hiking and staying warm. I was able to regulate temperature on the way up with the leg vents and then when I got to the top of a cold peak I had the extra insulation. For a pant this price, the Igneo performs fantastically. First rate performance with a loose, comfortable fit, and a great price! Love the Igneo!
keeps you warm and dry
I wore these new pants for a full day of mid-Atlantic skiing in the rain, and they kept me warm and bone-dry all day. Worth every penny!
great pant, great price too.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I love the Igneo pant because its everything I want in a ski pant at under $200. With room to move, this pant lets me hike for the fresh stuff, dump heat, and keeps the snow out of my boots with a built in gaiter.