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Because looking good is half the battle.
It's not too tough to find a pair of ski pants that will keep you dry, but finding a pair that actually fit well can be a tough bill to fill. Luckily, Armada made a pair of britches that will keep you dry during a blower day and looking good when you schuss your sweet self over for a mid-day break down at the lodge, and those pants are the Women's Shadow Pants.
The Shadow pants are made with a two-layer shell and fully taped seams to shield out moisture, but they also sport a pair of mesh-lined inner thigh vents to let a bit of cool air in during those warm spring days. Their skinny slouch fit is slouchy through the crotch, tight at the knees, and flares at the cuff to accommodate boots. The waist can be adjusted to dial in the perfect fit, while the reinforced cuffs help ensure these pants stand-up to season after season of hot laps and park park laps.
- Two-layer shell (10k/10k)
- Mechanical stretch polyester twill face
- DWR finish
- Fully taped seams
- Skinny slouch fit
- Mesh-lined inner thigh vents
- Adjustable waist band
- Internal boot gaiters
- Lower leg gussets
- Reinforced cuffs
- Item #ARM007L
- Q & A
Stylish flare, loose waist
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: Large
I bought this as a gift to compliment the Armada Gypsum Jacket, and loved that the heather grey matched the grey on the coat. The feedback I have gotten on these pants is that the waist seems to have a loose fit, with not much help coming from the inner Velcro.
- Size Bought: L
I wanted to like the black snake print, but they had the weirdest fit.. Really tight in the thighs, huge in the hips/waist, not long enough. Maybe if you are a very straight build or only thick in the middle, these would work?