Description

Warmth without bulk.

Waking up to fresh powder on a frigid day won't stop you from hitting the ski resorts with the Patagonia Women's Slim Insulated Powder Bowl Pant. A 2-layer Gore-Tex membrane handles the nastiest winter storms and remains breathable so you don't get soggy or stifled on a hike through knee-deep snow. Patagonia placed Thermogreen insulation in critical areas where your legs get cold so you stay warm in freezing temperatures without bulking-out. A slim fit keeps the Powder Bowl close to your waist and legs, and it still leaves room for a baselayer.

The Powder Bowl features external mesh-lined thigh vents to quickly release steam when you pick up the pace. The ankle gaiters seal snow out, and they have a DWR finish to stay dry. The gusseted crotch and articulated knees allow you to hike and bend comfortably.

  • Gore-Tex 2-layer membrane, fully taped seams
  • Strategically placed 60g Thermogreen polyester (90% recycled) insulation
  • Slim fit
  • External mesh-lined thigh vents
  • Gaiters with a DWR finish
  • Taffeta waistband with elastic tabs, two-snap and zip closure
  • Gusseted crotch and articulated knees
  • Scuff guards at leg and bottom hem
  • RECCO

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Does anyone know how these fit? Also any...

Does anyone know how these fit? Also any chance of getting size Small back in stock this season?

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Lauren,
The Patagonia Slim Insulated Powder Bowl Pant is a slim fit but does widen out in the boot area. Unfortunately nit looks like we do not have any more of these pants on order from Patagonia and I would not expect more in stock until the begging of the 2014-2015 ski season around September.