Mike wrote a review of Arc'teryx Fury AR Softshell Pant - Men's on February 28, 2014
Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fit: True to size
I've used these pants now about a half dozen days, all ski touring.
In general, they're very good touring pants. They are pretty warm for softshell pants, but I can wear them comfortably without long underwear in CA winter conditions, so no big deal. The vents are a very nice feature when you're getting hot on the skin track. For spring conditions, I would wear something lighter. They'd be a bit warm for me on corn days.
The fabric sheds water well. The pockets are well thought out. I like the cargo pockets for stashing hats/snacks. Easily accessible this way. The belt works well and the suspenders also function nicely. Minimalistic but functional. Like most Arc Teryx products, they seem very well made.
My only gripe is the cuffs/gaiters. They're pretty small and quite tight. It's tough (although not impossible) to fit them over touring boots with the buckles open for skinning. Even with the boot buckled for skiing, the cuffs/gaiters are a bit on the tight side. If this was corrected they'd be perfect IMO.