You don't have to take furious winter weather sitting down, you can fight back with the Outdoor Research Men's Furio Pants. Designed and built to put the smack down on burly big mountain weather, the Furios have a hybrid-mapped construction to make them bombproof in prone-to-wear areas, breathable where you need it, and packable for your convenience.
The bulk of the Furio is composed of a two-layer Gore-Tex shell with Paclite technology to keep them waterproof, breathable, and packable. Meanwhile, the seat and knees are reinforced with a three-layer Gore-Tex shell with C-Knit technology, so those areas that tend to see more contact with snow stay nice and dry. The scuff guards are a nylon, Kevlar blend that won't piece out after a season's worth of wear from boots, edges, snow, and ice. To keep the pants comfortable, the Furios have a gusseted crotch, articulated knees, and an integrated belt that is adjustable, so you can dial in the perfect fit to accommodate any extra layers.
- Hybrid-mapped ski pant delivers ample protection and better comfort
- Gore-Tex Paclite is ruggedly waterproof and remarkably light
- Gore-Tex C-Knit seat and knees for better breathability
- Gusseted construction ensures freedom of movement
- Full-length side zippers for easy on-and-off and ventilation
- Stretch mesh gaiters keep snow out of your boots
- Adjustable waist with attachments for suspenders (sold separately)
- Item #ODR00AM
What do you think about this product?
December 10, 2019
Nice Pants, Don't Fit
These seem like great pants for wet days touring or resort days with some layers. Unfortunately the fit was weird for me. The length and waist fit well, but they were uncomfortably tight on my thighs. I would not be able to have a normal stride on the skinner, so I'm returning them.
May 23, 2018
Waterproof and with great mobility
This is my go-to pant for any activity on snow. They excel ice climbing, alpine climbing, ski touring, downhill skiing, backpacking in wet weather, paddling, and shoveling cars out of the driveway. The material is extremely waterproof, and continues to be so after two years of heavy use. The waistbelt is a fantastic option to snug these pants up as you layer/delayer. The reinforced inside cuff has held up to much abuse from crampons and ski boots. The articulated knees have allowed me a full range of motion touring and also climbing. And the full side zips are indispensable for activities like ski touring where you need to dump heat on the way up, and then quickly zip up for the descent. Bottom line: they are reinforced and strong where they need to be, and light where they don't. They allow you to move naturally. They are very waterproof. They are awesome, and will be accompanying me on adventures for several more years.
May 25, 2018
Hey Logan, great review - many thanks! Leta OR Rep
June 7, 2017
pretty bomber, sizing weird
in general, I'm a huge OR fan of the last few years owning products like their iceline, foray, ferrosi pants and ferrosi, diode, deviator uppers (and I'm not even including the baselayers). I took these pants to Denali where I think burlier hardshells were more of a necessity than other climbing ventures when softshells will generally do the job. These pants did the job and the weight is an indicator of the burly GTX. Blocks the wind and sheds snow no problem. I'm only giving this 4 stars since the waist sizing is not the same as compared to other OR products I have. I'm a small person by American standards, but have been lucky enough that pretty much ordering a Small is perfect. The length was fine with a slight boot cut, and the internal gaiters work just fine over G2SM. I wore these over icelines, but the waist was too small for me to even close the front crotch zip. The plastic waist buckle was sufficient in keeping the pants up under a harness, but even after alot of weight loss on the mountain, these pants were really uncomfortable to button at the waist, plus it's easier to leave the fly open and button undone for getting the other business while all roped up. TL:DR; bomber goretex, a bit heavier, waist sizing is on the way smaller size
November 26, 2016
Work great just not tear resistant
Used for hiking and camping in the snow ~20 degrees Fahrenheit, blocks all wind and snow great. Made the mistake of wearing them on a winter climb. Slowly slid down some scree while coming down a mostly snow covered mountain and they tore to shreds. The Outdoor Research Ferrosi hiking pants underneath didn't have a scratch on them. Outdoor Research stands by their warranty!
November 27, 2016
Wow! You must have hit something gnarly! These bad boys have a 70 D face fabric and is really burly. Send them back to OR for a replacement! Infinite Guaranty! Leta OR Rep
February 16, 2018
That is one of the great benefits of OR......they have the best product warranty/guarantee in the industry by a long margin! Send them back and they will replace them. I've put my Furio panst through the ringer as well......a few small tears which duck tape handled just fine. At season's end, I'll send them back knowing that OR stands by their products!
January 25, 2016
Hello, How does the sizing in these compare to your ski pants, like the Trailbreakers? Are they as roomy at the leg opening, for fitting around big snowboard boots? And, are they more roomy in the thigh, so they can be thrown on over a pair of softshell pants on-the-go? Thanks.
January 26, 2016
Yes and Yes! The Furio will fit around snowboard boots and the thigh is wider than the Trailbreaker Pants, allowing for layering underneath. Hope that helped! Leta OR Rep
January 4, 2016
Is it possible to get these pants in a 30 inch inseam as a short version for the Large waist size (34 inch). On the OR site they have a short option with a 30 inch inseam on their sizing guide?
January 9, 2016
Hey Jonathan, I am sorry, but we do not make inseams in this pant, at least for now. The factory minimums for us to do so are enormous, and the volume isn's there to justify it. My apologies! Leta OR Rep
October 15, 2015
Are these the updated version that has the new fit and face fabric for Winter 2015-2016 shown on OR's website? The picture shown here appears to still be the version from LY with the pocket that is vertical instead of horizontal.
October 18, 2015
Hey there, Leta here with OR. These SHOULD be the new ones. Are their any GearHeads that can verify? Leta OR Rep