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Slip into The North Face Women's Shawty Pant if you're the type of gal who skis or rides bell to bell. This pant uses strategically placed insulation, inner thigh vents, and HyVent 2L to make sure you stay comfortable throughout ever-changing winter weather conditions.

  • Fresh freeride design and feminine fit offers a tailored cut through the seat, thighs, knees, and cuffs for room to move without excess bagginess—slash pow turns, carve up groomers, or shred through tight tree lines
  • Waterproof breathable HyVent 2L fabric shields you from the snow, sleet, dreaded rain, and melting icicles while you ski or ride
  • Warm Heatseeker insulation in just the seat and knees keeps key areas warm on chilly lift or gondola rides
  • Inner thigh mesh vents ditch excess heat while you ski nonstop top-to-bottom runs or work for your turns
  • Articulated knees ensure plenty of mobility while you hike or bootpack
  • StretchVent gaiter with gripper elastic blocks out the cold and snow
  • Reinforced cuffs help protect the pant's bottom hem from wear and tear and accidental binding-catches
  • Adjustable waist tabs provide a custom, secure fit
  • Handwarmer zip and thigh pockets stash your tissues, pass, and other small essentials
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Love these!

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I've been riding in these pants for about a month now, and I have no complaints. The fabric seems sturdy enough to me. This is my first season snowboarding so I still tend to take some tumbles, and I haven't been concerned about these ripping, nor have I ever been soaked through. The inner thigh vents are really nice when I'm hiking. I followed the sizing guide and they fit perfectly. Recommended!

Not much insulation, run short

  • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it

I ordered these pants and I was pretty excited to get them. I have had a pair of The North Face ski pants in the past and have always worn a small. My initial impression was that these pants felt cheap. The fabric felt thin and though these are suppose to be insulated there was not much to them. I ordered these pants for resort skiing and wanted them specifically in the Timber Tan Color. I am 5'7" and I ordered a small (Regular), I don't consider myself tall enough to order a 'Tall'. These pants though were great around the waist were very short. I tried them on with my ski boots and they barely came over the top buckle. I ended up returning these and exchanged them for, which are definitely longer and better quality material.

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  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I love how this pants look! I tried on the Medium (too big) and the xsmall (too small) in stores, and the smalls were the only ones that fit me perfectly. My only complaint is that they're a little too snug in the butt area, so it doesn't allow for a ton of movement. I've been through some tough terrain though so I can't say they completely limit my movement. Anyway, I definitely suggest them even if they do fit a bit awkwardly in the hip/waist area.

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How cold of weather can you wear these ski...

How cold of weather can you wear these ski pants in? Are we talking -20 or more or less?

Best Answer

This is a very subjective question but I will give it my best shot. 60g of Heetseaker insulation will provide some warmth so if you are being very active (lapping runs at the resort or hiking uphill while touring) these should keep you comfortable into the teens. However if you are just sitting on the chairlift and not being very active I would think you will need to supplement these with a warm base layer to stay comfortable. All that being said -20F is really cold and I don't think any of the normal ski pants would really keep you warm enough and in that situation I'd likely use an insulating down pant or synthetic and then layer a shell on top of that.