JaredMwrote a review of Mountain Force Carbon Pant - Men's on December 3, 2015
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: Runs small
"Nearly perfect pants" is correct. They move and stretch with you. I am going into my 3rd ski season of wearing Mountain Force pants and they are amazing. The back powder skirt helps for keeping the chill off of my lower back. For not feeling like they have much insulation, they are plenty warm. If it's below 0 degrees F, I'm probably staying in, but between 0 and 20, I will use only one mid-weight base layer like a Patagonia Capilene 3 and be completely comfortable and warm. Between 20 and 35, I will use a Cap 1 silk weight layer. Anything warmer than that, it's just the pants. These are the thinnest insulated pants that I have but they are also the warmest. They are not cheap but once you get a pair, you won't want to use anything else. The only "warning" is that these are a soft-shell type of pant so don't expect them to be as dry as a high quality hard shell.
As far as sizing goes, they are European sizing so they run a little slim. If you have a thicker build, size up one size. I'm 5'11" and 170 pounds and a Large fits great.