Pros: Waterproof, insulated, fitted
Cons: Almost too warm.
Size Tested: 8
Cut/Style : Fitted - 4 Way stretch
Features: Water proof, wind proof, breathable
Environment & Conditions:
Location of Test: Tahoe
Length of time Tested: 2 months
Weather Conditions: Varied – Wet windy, below freezing windy, and spring like
Demo or Own: Demo
Height/Weight: 5’6” 130 lbs
Ski Days/Season: 80+
Years Skiing: 30 ish
Preferred Attire: Shell/Layering
Current Quiver: Patagonia Primo Shell, Kastle Shell, Fly Low
The Linda Pant, with its 4 way stretch fabric and cozy insulation seems like the perfect pant to grab on a super cold day but what you may not expect is the durable water proof pant that you get when you choose the Linda.
The first few days I wore the Linda Pant the weather was unpredictable and wet, early season. I was a bit concerned about the pants being too warm with the spring like temps, but was incredibly happy when the snow turned to rain/snow mix and I watched the rain bead up and fall off the pants. At the end of my ski day there was no sign of water saturation.....Really!
Besides the amazing warmth and water proofing, I fell in love with the stretch fabric and the way these pants fit around my hips, thighs and waist.
If you're looking for a fitted ski pant that is insulated and waterproof, look no further. the Linda Pant is for you.