Most of us want ski pants to do 2 things: keep us comfortable and look good. Strafe’s Scarlett Bib Pant accomplishes both of those things and more, and you can now check out our full review for more info on this “Best Of” winner.
Previously a bit of an afterthought, climbing pants now come in a wide variety of styles and designs. We spent over 100 days climbing in a few of the current options, and here we’ve detailed what sets each one apart.
Open Wear is a new Swiss outerwear brand focused on sustainability, transparency, and moderate prices, and we were so impressed with their Open One 3L jacket that it earned one of our “Best Of” awards.
Arc’teryx says their soft shell Procline FL Pant is for “high output technical climbs and challenging ski descents,” and after over 40 days in it, we weigh in on how the Procline FL handles both aspects of that description.
Pants are pants, right? But now there are a bunch of options that blend functional performance with better styling, and we’ve rounded up some of our favorites for handling everything from bike commuting to afternoon climbing sessions (and they won’t make you look like a dork).