Flylow Donna Pant 2.1

Kristin Sinnott reviews the Flylow Donna Pant 2.1 for Blister

Comfortable? Check. Waterproof? Check. Versatile? Check. Stylish? Check. The Flylow Donna Pant 2.1 ticks a lot of boxes, and is worth a good look if you’re in the market for a women’s ski pant.

Mammut Alvier Hardshell Pants

Noah Bodman reviews the Mammut Alvier Hardshell Pants for Blister

The Mammut Alvier Hardshell Pant is what happens when you combine a stretchy vest with a waterproof ski pant. So how does that impact the usual pros and cons of hardshell bibs? Check out our full review.

Rab Sharp Edge Jacket and Pants

Sam Shaheen reviews the Rab Sharp Edge Jacket & Pants for Blister

There aren’t many kits out there designed specifically for ski mountaineering, but Rab’s Sharp Edge Jacket and Pants are. So how do they perform in big terrain, and should you still be considering them even if you’re not walking around in crampons and hacking your way up steep ice? Check out our full review.

Arc’teryx Rush LT Pant

Luke Koppa reviews the Arc'teryx Rush LT Pant for Blister

You know what you shouldn’t be thinking about when you’re skiing? Your pants. The new Arc’teryx Rush LT pants are easy to forget about, and we think they’re a great option for many backcountry and resort skiers and snowboarders.

Strafe Scarlett Bib Pant

Kristin Sinnott reviews the Strafe Scarlett Bib Pant for Blister

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.

Patagonia Snowdrifter pant

David Steele reviews the Patagonia Snowdrifter Pant for Blister

The Patagonia Snowdrifter pant blends very good breathability with a useful feature set, making it a great option for days of high-output touring.

Arc’teryx Procline FL Pant

David Steele reviews the Arc'teryx Procline FL pant for Blister

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.