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ClimateBlock winter pants that stylishly swish down the hill.

You're not looking for the typical ski pants. You're looking for something sleek, stylish, comfy, and flexy that'll also handle weather. The North Face Women's STH Pants use Apex ClimateBlock softshell that handles wind and moisture when you're shredding the steep and deep in St. Moritz, and these pants have a sweet fleece backing feels soft against your skin. Scream on skis, blast on your board, or sled with child-like silliness, but keep your lower half warm and dry in the STH Pant.

The designers at The North Face sculpted Apex ClimateBlock fabric into a slim-fitting, high-performance winter pant that hikes up hills and crushes crud effortlessly. Apex technology combines an abrasion-resistant face with a cuddly soft brushed interior for a rough and tumble outside and surprisingly gentle inside. Through engineering mastery, Apex ClimateBlock handles winter storms and winds but still breathes so you don't overheat midway through an all-day snowshoe to the next French hut in the Alps. 

Since pulling your three kids on the sled is a better workout than most runs or dance aerobics classes you've attended, the Chimney Venting system manages excess sweat and heat by letting hot air rise through a mesh gaiter and escape through the upper thigh vent. An elastic ankle cuff, designed to fit over your boot of choice, keeps snow and wind out, and a kickpatch protects the pants from ski edges or sharp crampons. At the other end, the waist adjusts via tabs, and zipped handwarmer pockets hold cash and IDs for apres-ski adventures.

  • Apex ClimateBlock, polyester and elastane blend
  • Fleece backer
  • DWR treatment
  • Slim-fitting
  • Chimney Venting system
  • StretchVent gaiter, gripper elastic ankle
  • Kickpatch, handwarmer zip pockets
  • Item #TNF8789

Tech Specs

Apex ClimateBlock softshell (3-layer), [face fabric] 96% polyester, 4% elastane, [lining] fleece, DWR treatment
Chimney Venting
adjustable tabs
2 zippered handwarmer
Claimed Weight
1 lb 5.2 oz
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty

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Functionally ok, but not a good fit

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I'm 5'7", curvy and I typically fall between an 8 and 10 in most pants. When I tried on the Medium in this pant, I couldn't even pull them over my hips so I purchased the Large. At first they seemed to fit ok because I could tighten the adjustable waist. However, by the middle of my first day of skiing they were sagging in the crotch and sliding down my backside. Also, the velco waist tabs left scrapes on my hips. The length was right, and they proved to be warm and waterproof, but it is no fun constantly having to hike up your pants at the end of a run, so they are going back. My search for the perfect ski pant continues...

Perfect Ski Pants!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

My body is really slender and most ski pants I buy are too bulky; I'm usually too skinny for adult sizes and too tall for kids sizes. These are the first ski pants I have found that fit right in both the width and length, they are slimming and still sporty. I bought the white and think maybe I should get the black too.

Amazing Snow Pants!!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I LOVE these ski pants because they keep my bottom half warm without all the bulk! These pants are very comfortable, incredibly flattering, and a MUST HAVE if you enjoy cross country skiing, down hill skiing, snow shoeing, sledding, etc. I'm going to buy another pair!

Function first ~ Fashion second

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

These pants have both going on! I'm super stoked on these! XS/Short! 5'2" 105 lbs...and yes these fit so nice. Waist has these tabs to pull for even better fit..length is perfect. I feel fancy in the white :) Lovin' them! The material is awesome, it's like old school softshell..waterproof, and quite warm..well so far I have worn them in 35 degree weather.. :) I'm truly digging the fit. Yay TNF!

Function first ~ Fashion second

what is the difference between a regular and a long inseam? My inseam is 31.5" (from crotch to floor) . Will the mediums work for me?

Are these pants doable with snowboarding? Seems everyone has purchased these for Skiing. I'm new to the sport, so any recommendations would be appreciated.

I've seen some reviews that say these pants...

I've seen some reviews that say these pants are not water-resistant at all; rather, the soak up water like a sponge. For someone who takes the occasional tumble in powder, and doesn't mind skiing during a storm, will I regret these pants? Has anyone skied with them yet?

This is my first attempt to ski & I wonder...

This is my first attempt to ski & I wonder if these will be warm enough to ski in Pennsylvania weather? (20-35 deg??)

I would like something warm w/out having to layer or all that bulk.

I have worn these pants in below 20 degree weather above timberline in Colorado and my lower half kept incredibly warm and comfortable! That's a rare combination! You will definitely be able to wear them while you ski in PA weather; if you're hesitant, bring a pair of long underwear with you, so if your lower half does get cold, for whatever reason, you can slip on the long underwear underneath your ski pants. I really can't imagine you needing the long underwear, but knowing you have a backup plan may help you feel more confident trying these ski pants.

Hi...are these pants good for the coldest...

Hi...are these pants good for the coldest weather in the Rockies, i.e. potentially down to 0 degrees or a bit lower? Or are they better suited for spring skiing?

Hey Susan,

I think these pants would be fine for skiing in the Rockies. However for temperature they are pretty much useless as the fleece backing is more for comfort rather than for heat. If you are going to use these in 0 degree temps you are really going to want to put some though into getting some thermal layers to keep the heat in.

Hi, Can you give me the inseam lenght on...

Hi, Can you give me the inseam lenght on the large tall and the x large tall? Thanks. Jennifer