Win the battle between performance and style.
Get fashionable skinny-fit style in a performance pant with the Volcom Women's Battle Stretch Skinny Pant. Volcom's V-Science 3-Layer Stretch Bonded fabric gives protection from the falling snow and stretchy comfort that allows you a wide range of motion whether you're spinning big in the park or lounging and listening to the apres-shred band.
Equipped with Zip Tech pant-to-jacket interface and internal pant hems with gripper elastic and lace hooks, the Battle blocks out the cold and snow so you can enjoy a gorgeous day on the slopes. Two hand-warmer and two back pockets stash your snack money, lip balm, and other small essentials, while a stone ticket ring secures your mountain pass. The extended zipper flare hem allows for a good fit over your boots while still keeping that chic, feminine shape.
- A street-style pant for shredding at the resort
- V-science 3-layer pants are waterproof and breathable
- Skinny-fit cut is ultra stretchy for dynamic movement
- Pant-to-jacket interface totally locks out moisture
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- Q & A
Don't underestimate these pants!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
- Height: 5'1"
- Weight: 120lbs
Because of their skinny-ness, I intially ordered a size medium at the end of last season but the waist was way too big (I am 26" waist). I returned them and forgot all about skiing as I succumbed to spring and summer activities.
Flash forward to *this* winter and I'm on the hunt for the perfect skinny ski pants again... I decided to give these another chance, this time in a size small -- way better! I do wish the rise was a little higher, it's pretty low like the jeans I wore in high school, but my long jacket makes up for it.
They are softshell, so I was hesitant about how well they would hold up for a day romping in the pow. I took them on a little test run, boot packing in the Wasatch following a storm and I skied back to the car, both warm and dry! Not to mention, they were stretchy and I felt totally unrestricted moving around in them, despite how "confined" they look while on.
They might not be the pant I turn to on those bitter subzero days, but if you're looking for a ski/snowboard pant that is both stylish and functional, this is it!