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
- Item #PAT3291
- Q & A
Nice Slim Fit, No Cold Butts
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Small
My fiancee usually skis in bounds, and these have kept her warm on even subzero days. For her skinny legs, Arc'teryx pants were just too wide-legged, so the Slim Fit of these Powder Bowl pants is perfect. On traverses or boot-packs where things heat up, the vents give plenty of airflow. These are great pants, and are sure to keep you warm and dry.
Wait, ski pants can be flattering?
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
Combine the bombproof, or, uh, tempestproof protection of 2 layer Gore-Tex fabric with a touch of eco-friendly insulation, RECCO technology, and a darling slim cut, and you get what I believe is the most flattering, warm, and dry pair of pants on the market for ladies of the snow.
I purchased one pair of size S for my cousin (5' 4", 120 lbs) and wear a size M myself at 5'9", 135lbs. They are slim fitting, so if you like a little more wiggle room, I'd recommend sizing up!
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs small
They look great but I can't move in them! I'm 5'10" and about 175...according to their size chart I would be a 10 (m). With other reviews I read on other sites before purchasing they all said size up so I did...I bought a large but they were still too small. Very diappointed that the size chart was so off. If you are at all on the thick/muscular side stay away from these pants.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
These pants are burly waterproof and fit loose enough for layers while still looking flattering. Imp 5'3 125 and ordered a medium I still have layering room without being overly baggy. Very pleased with the durability and waterproofing on these!
Patagonia Slim Insulated Powder Bowl
Considering getting these for my GF for an Xmas present. She is 5'0 110 lbs and generally wears a size 2. In most ski pants she normally wears an XS. Just wondering if these run true to size of if I should perhaps get her a size small since these are slim fit. Thanks!
I think she'll still be psyched with an XS unless she wants a looser fitting pant.
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?
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.