Larry A.wrote a review of Norrona Roldal Gore-Tex Pant - Men's on February 20, 2017
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size
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.