Seek sick lines with the sickline.
The North Face Women's Sickline Pant craves snowy weather, powder bowls, and everything else at the resort. Its HyVent Alpha membrane works with the fully taped seams to provide waterproof breathable protection, and PrimaLoft Silver Eco insulation uses partially recycled materials to ensure warmth in a soft package. The Sickline also features inner thigh vents for circulated airflow, stretch gaiters that attach to boots for secure coverage, and reinforced cuffs with zippered gussets for easy on-and-off. The North Face added water-resistant zippers over all the external openings for additional protection that most ski pants don't have.
- HyVent Alpha membrane
- Fully taped seams
- PrimaLoft Silver Eco insulation
- Inner thigh vents
- Stretch gaiter with boot hook
- Water-resistant zippers
- Adjustable waist tabs
- Reinforced cuffs with zippered gussets
- Item #TNF00Y3
- Q & A
Fit and Warmth: Would like to use these for skiing. I'm 5ft 1in and maybe a true waist of about 26 (by my belly button), 105lb. I also like to ski with just my long johns as a single layer under my pants. I'm hoping these pants are water proof and warm enough for that. LOVE that these come in a shorter length! Would an XS/Short be too small for me? Should I go with S/Short? Would the XS/Reg be too long (that's the only size for the pant in black). Thanks!
I'm debating if I want to order a medium or large. I'm 5'3, my waist is 28 and 1/2, my hips are 35 and 1/2. I'm wanting more of a relaxed fit so that I can wear a layer under the pants. Any ideas?
I would definitely NOT go with large! I think you'd just be swimming in that size. The medium is probably going to be a bit big as well, but if you want to have some extra room that is probably the way to go!
Awesome, I think that's what I'll go with. Thanks for your help!