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Norrona Roldal Gore-Tex Pant - Men's

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Freeride performance, urban style.

Stylish enough for the resort and equipped for the backcountry, the Norrona Men's Roldal Gore-Tex Pant delivers premium waterproof performance with a laid-back look you can take from the skintrack to the ski lift.

Gore-Tex three-layer fabric protects you from wind and snow through the wettest and windiest snowstorms, yet is still breathable to allow moisture to escape when you're working up a sweat on a grueling hike. Zippered outseam vents help you rapidly cool down after a leg-burning run. The Zip-Seal system connects the Roldal to your Norrona jacket to create a snow-proof barrier on deep powder days, and boot gaiters keep snow out of your ski boots.

The relaxed fit allows room to wear a midlayer underneath, lets you move comfortably, and offers an urban-inspired look. The Custom-fit waist system lets you adjust the waist so your pants don't start slipping mid-way through a run. Multiple zippered pockets offer ample storage space, and reinforced hems keep your pant openings from getting shredded when you're walking through the parking lot after the lifts shut down.

  • Gore-Tex three-layer fabric
  • Relaxed fit
  • Zippered outseam vents
  • Zip-Seal system
  • Custom-fit waist system
  • Reinforced hems
  • Stretch boot gaiters
  • Item #NRA003Y

Tech Specs

[membrane/laminate] Gore-Tex (3-layer)
fully taped
2 zippered hand, 2 zippered cargo, 1 zippered back
inseam zips
adjustable hook-and-loop tabs, snap closure
Claimed Weight
1 lb 14.7 oz
Recommended Use
skiing, freeride
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years

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Pretty sweet all around

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: xl
  • Height: 6'1"
  • Weight: 205lbs

It is a classic Goretex fabric that is proven in the field. Great storage - The pocket configuration is really good. I use the cargos for sandwiches and snacks. The hand pockets are in the right location and perfect depth. the ventilation is right on. They do run a bit long and the bottom hem will try and catch when stepping into your binding. The invisible kick patch on the inside of the cuff it a well thought out style and function solution. Best detail is the waist adjustment, best in the business in my book.

Dry Dry Dry....but a little long

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Large
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 195lbs

These pants are awesome. Skiing the wet spring on Mt. Hood, OR can be a wet one with mixed rain and snow and these pants have kept me dry and warm.

I did get an MC Hsmmer comment with regard

The length is just a touch long for me at 5'10" so I roll the cuff up when walking in regular snow boots.

The quality I expected

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Small
  • Height: 5'9"
  • Weight: 140lbs

My appreciation of Norrona design and build began when I lived in Norway. I didn't actually 'need' new ski pants my existing Norrona ski pants were only 20 years old, but I wanted something with 3L GTX and more pockets and I had decided to get a new ski jacket (Norrona Lofoten Pro GTX). I chose the Rodal's over the Tamok's because I wanted cargo pockets and I felt like zips on the outside made more sense than the inside. In addition, I wanted pants that would 'snap into' in the Lofoten jacket. I am very happy with the Rodal's. They are, for my purposes, perfect. I prefer the solid heavy construction of a non-insulated ski pant because I tend to abuse my outdoor gear. As has been noted by others, you need to pay attention to size as it may be different than your usual size. I am a medium in everything but the Rodal's in small worked better for me. I have a 32 inch waist and I can easily tuck a couple of base layers into the (size small) waist. The comment on Norrona is commonly 'runs small'. I believe these comments usually refer to the waist. With my waist (32) and inseam (31) I tend to fall right between a small and medium in Norrona pants. If you have a bit of spread around the middle you may not find the Norrona fit comfortable. If you do have a Norrona-compatible body shape consider giving their gear a try. There are a lot of great outdoor wear brands --- Norrona is second to none of them.

Go To Pants!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: small
  • Height: 5'7"
  • Weight: 145lbs

When I'm not at work, I've been pretty much living in these. These are my go to resort and touring pants. They are on the burly side, so if you're looking for something lightweight, I would look elsewhere. The fit is spot on giving you free range of motion without being baggy. Construction is top notch as to be expected from Norrona. We've been getting nailed by storm after storm here in Utah and I haven't had a drop come through these pants. Pockets are well placed, and side vents allow you to dump heat while keeping snow out with the mesh lining. Grab a pair of these, you won't be disappointed you did! If you've got any questions about these pants or any other gear, please reach out.

quit whining these fit fantastic!!

  • Size Bought: Medium
  • Height: 5'11"
  • Weight: 165lbs

Ok so all of us can be snivelers but these fit absolutely great for me!!
Fit is very much like the Lofoten GTX pant Norrona discontinued maybe due to too much overlap. Sad the regular Lofoten GTX pant fit better vs the burly Lofoten "Pro" GTX. A wider audience fit the Pro (with bibs) which is baggier compared to a loose freestyle look of the regular Lofoten GTX pant now gone. Both the Roldal and the regular Lofoten GTX sport the zip-in component powder skirt not the bib. The Tamok from Norrona has the same zip-in jacket attachment vs the bib. An accessory bib can be acquired however. The Roldal has the perfect freestyle fit loose but not tapered or overly baggy. I am doing a fit/buy comparison to the new Tamok pant both size medium for my 5'11" 165 lb 34inch waist frame. Yes gravity at my age has taken hold. Same weight just a lil wider in the waist now.
I have room for base layers ez. I really do not know how these other guys wear their layers. The Roldal pant is not tight (at least for my average frame) and should not be worn down on your hips like an ass crack showin gangsta. Buy some SAGA if that's your deal.
I will keep either this Roldal or the Tamok. Not a fan anymore of the Lofoten Pro GTX ...material feels like a waxed burlap bag compared the super nice feel of the Roldal. I suspect the Tamok to be similar to the Roldal.
The Roldal and Tamok's cleaner style vs the Euro different color scheme of the Lofoten GTX Pro swayed me as well. I do not mind color
and contrast...just think the Roldal and Tamok pull it off better with understated but great contrast that is more American in style and more current.


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Our family has 4 Norrona garments - one jacket, 3 pants. Generally, good quality and pleased with the BC purchase. However 2 weeks ago, 4 zippers on 3 garments failed within days of one another. 2 zippers had broken the previous year but were able to be jerry-rigged and usable. I really question the quality and durability of these zippers.
However the real issue is service. I've submitted 4 repair requests to the Norrona website over 10 days and never got a response. Their customer service appears to be non-existent in North America. Although BC said that they would try to repair the zippers on the garments purchased through them, for the others, it appears that they need to be shipped to Europe. It is irresponsible of Norrona to market NA and not be accessible for customer service. And it is something BC needs to consider if they are going to carry a line that has such crappy customer service and response ...... and zippers!

sizing is wayyyy off

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small

I really wanted to love these pants, as I am in love with my Roldal jacket, but these pants just aren't made for my build. I bought the mediums and I am usually a 32-33 inseam, so the length was perfect, but the sizing in the hips and rear was just way too tight. If you ski straight up, then these might work out for you, but if you plan on actually bending your needs to get in the bumps- you are out of luck with these pants.

Hunter...Looked at your Bio and you are pretty stout. Seems like a large may have been better. Some Norrona do run longer than I get it.
One thing I have found with some Euro brands is if you are long waisted (long torso) their stuff fits weird. For example Dynafit fits me really well. I am not long waisted but have a bit longer legs or inseam. So the Roldal from Norrona and the Beast or Yotei from Dynastar fit me great. Have you slid into the Dynastar Beast pant? Check em out could be the snizzle for ya.

Disproportionate sizing

    Have to agree with Nicholas C.'s review. I'm similar in dimensions, 5'8" 165 lbs and gave the small's a try. Length was perfect, but the waist and hip area was impossibly narrow. Material and construction seemed solid, had to return b/c of the fit though.

    Love Em'

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs small

    Purchased as a gift here is what they said:
    These pants are awesome. Like many reviews say they do run small. The run even smaller than the Loften pants do.

    They get 4 stars because they are not as sturdy as the loftens. They still seem like they will take some abuse but probably won't last as long.

    I do like the fit better than the loften those. Wish there was a bib.

    Only reason went with these is the Loftens no longer come in cavier.

    Nice Styling but not Bomb Proof!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 5'8"
    • Weight: 160lbs

    First of all I wear a 33 jean and 42 sport coat. The pants are tight in the waist and roomy everywhere else. I cant snap the front with layers underneath. Since it is a shell you definitely need layers! Norrona's sizing is way off. Long in the legs and tight in the waist.... and that would be perfect if the person wearing the pants had perfect proportions. They fail to take into account we all don't have 6 pack abs and long legs. After one day of boarding there was a small cut it the very bottom of one of the pant legs. Not BOMB PROOF! As far as keeping the elements out it was great... Gore-Tex rocks. I am a medium in Arcteryx and have always been a Medium. With the Norrona Pants I seem to need a large just to fit in the waist.??? If you make tabs for cinching the waist then the waist should be a bit on the larger side just to start.... Especially with a relaxed fit pant!! Especially with a shell where you need to layer up!! I should not have to purchase a Large Pant just to fit in the waist, especially with my proportions. I am generally a solid Medium. I feel this has been said in many other reviews but the Mfg does not seem to listen. You have to know your market. I had many compliments on the pants and they ( the white ones) looked great with my black jacket. I did add suspenders just to keep the pants up as they tend to slip down a bit. They come with some sort of powder skirt but that is useless without the matching jacket.
    Noronna... the quality of your materials and designs are great, but the implementation leaves a lot to be desired. Especially for the prices you charge for your clothing.

    Nice Styling but not Bomb Proof!

    I see right now the only colors offered are the green, black, and blue. Are there plans to stock the white (snowdrop) version?

    I'm debating on size. I have a medium Lofoten jacket which fits perfectly- a little roomy for layers and longer sleeves. But Norrona pants have fit tighter in the past so I'm debating a large. I'm just under 5'11" and 165lbs and usually wear 32x32 pants. Will the mediums be tight/euro or are they cut looser?

    I am 5'10" 155lbs, and the medium is fairly roomy ( almost big) waist adjustment is perfect, I have a 32" waist. I like my ski pants kinda large and these. are for me but not too w base layers. Length should be perfect for you. Large would be way big on me and you as well !