Why We Built The Backcountry Last Chair Stretch Insulated Pant
We blended recycled material with spandex, armored it with a highly breathable membrane, and packed it with heat to deliver the best pant for the hill: Our Backcountry Last Chair Stretch Insulated Pant. The soft material bends and breathes for optimal movement comfort whether we're grabbing edges in the park or slashing fresh fluff on steep runs. From puking powder to wet snow, the waterproof construction seals out moisture without stifling our microclimate, while the inner-thigh zips let us turn up the air when the late-season sun starts to heat things up. Built and filled with recycled materials, this pair doesn't just feel good but does good too.
- Stretchy and toasty ski/snowboard pant for lapping the resort
- 2-layer construction delivers breathable waterproofing
- Recycled synthetic fill traps heat even when wet
- Adjustable hook-and-loop waist tabs for a custom fit
- Mesh-lined thigh vents dump excess heat
- Integrated gaiters stop snow from packing in
- Multiple pockets stash on-mountain essentials
- Item #BCCZ2V3
- Responsible Collection
- [membrane/laminate] Drytex (2-layer), [face fabric] 88% recycled polyester, 12% spandex, C0 PFC-free DWR treatment
- Primaloft Black (100% recycled synthetic)
- Waterproof Rating
- Breathability Rating
- 2 zippered hand, 1 waterproof zippered thigh, 1 flap thigh
- mesh-lined thigh zippers
- adjustable hook-and-loop tabs, belt loops
- Cuff Closure
- adjustable snap
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited lifetime
- all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding
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November 29, 2023
No protection on inner lower leg
- I returned this product before using it
These ski pants are nice and check all the boxes for warmth, water resistance, fit, etc. I received them and was excited until I noticed that they offer no protection for errant ski edges that will definitely cut the inner lower leg of the ski pants. I have not seen a pair of ski pants in recent years that don’t offer a protective cover to avoid cutting the ski pants lower legs. Unfortunately, I’ll be returning them even though they match my needs to a tee otherwise.
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