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Patagonia Snowshot Pant - Men's

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Snowshot Pant

That untouched line of fresh pow through the trees belongs to you, and the Patagonia Men's Snowshot Pants let you make beautiful, waist-deep turns that affirm your reason for existence, without moisture creeping inside to ruin your soul's celebration. A two-layer shell uses both a DWR coating and a waterproof, breathable H2No Performance Standard membrane to keep out the snow as it billows around and sends rooster tails behind you.

Waist details include a soft, brushed-tricot lining and an internal adjustment for a customized fit. A slick polyester tricot mesh lining throughout glides easily over a baselayer. Interior, mesh-lined thigh vents help you keep your cool, gaiters seal out snow as you posthole to the ridge, and scuff guards add durability and edge protection. A loop on the rear yoke seam connects to the powder skirt on any Patagonia snow jacket.

  • Ski or snowboard pants for riding chairs or backcountry laps
  • H2No and DWR finish seal out snow, slush, and wind
  • Tricot lining is breathable and manages moisture as you sweat
  • Rear yoke webbing loop attaches to any Patagonia powder skirt
  • Gaiters prevent snow from creeping in after an unexpected posthole
  • Mesh thigh vents help your core breathe on the bootpack or skintrack
  • Zippered pockets carry snacks and aprés beer money
  • Item #PAT01ZA

Responsible Collection
Certified B-Corp, Recycled/Repurposed
Material
[membrane/laminate] H2No (2-layer), [face fabric] 75D polyester (54% recycled), DWR finish, [lining] 100% polyester tricot mesh
Seams
fully sealed
Fit
regular
Pockets
2 zippered thigh
Venting
zippered mesh
Waist
belt loops, tricot lining
Gaiters
yes
RECCO
yes
Claimed Weight
1lb 7.9oz
Recommended Use
backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, freeride/powder skiing, freeride/powder snowboarding, telemark skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

These are here to stay

I've been in and out of ski pants over the past few years trying to find my match and I finally did. These ski pants actually stay up without a belt needed. Lots of pockets and ventilation zippers in the inner thigh. Easy to wash. Great pants for M or F!

>Rating: 3

Two pockets?!

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

Well made ski pants, and the fit is spot on (5’™9 160lbs - M/Reg). Seriously though, only two pockets? Worst off, is the location half way down the front of the thigh. I can’t ski with my cell phone in there, because of the awkward location. This leaves me stuffing everything into my jacket, and leaving the pants empty. Lame.

>Rating: 5

Great pants

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size
Size Bought
M
Height
6` 1"
Weight
176 lbs

Absolutly wonderful pants for a wide range of winter activities. Used it 2 seasons. Fits great, very durable, excellent waterproof and breathable.

>Rating: 2

Disappointing

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
Runs large
Size Bought
Large
Height
5` 11"
Weight
180 lbs

I bought a pair SnowShot pants after owning a pair of Rubicon pants for 7-8 seasons, which was the predecessor pant. The pocket layout and venting is great. However, Patagonia changed the sizing in a weird way. The Large was on the big, baggy side, especially the waist, while the medium was a little snug in the thighs. I ended up going with the large so I could layer and had to wear a belt even with the waist tabs pulled tight. I only skied in them for 2 days and the material showed abnormal wear and tear, which may have been from my skis. Even after 8 seasons my Rubicons never got nicked up like theses. I ended up returning them to Patagonia as they were no where near as durable as my old Rubicons, which I should have just kept rather than turning in via the worn-wear program.

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Snowshot Pants

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