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2014 Descente Tess Pant

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Pros: Comfy fit, moves when you move

Cons: Almost too warm.

Tester Information: 
Trekchick
Height/Weight: 5'6" 135 lbs
Jacket Size: 8
Pants Size: 8
Ski Days/Season:80+
Years Skiing: 25+
Preferred Attire: Shell/Layering
Current Clothing Quiver: Patagonia Powder Bowl pants, Various Descente
 
Review 

Descente's Tess Pant with its 4 way stretch fabric is a godsend to those of us who want that fitted look but don't want to feel restricted when exploring the mountain.  

My weight can fluctuate a few lbs here and there throughout the season, which also makes the Tess a great choice because it stretches with me.  

While skiing in Colorado we hit some brutally cold mornings, which is when I really appreciated the warmth of the Tess.  If anything, I'd say they were almost too warm later in the day, but that's when I opened up the side vents, which are easy to access with the nicely featured zipper pull which is big enough to pull without taking your gloves off. 

All of this in a pant that has Dermizax water proofing and a ton of style to make you look good while you're skiing. 

Tess Pant seen here with the Hayden Jacket

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2014 Descente Tess Pant
Description:

Powder Stretch fabric, 20,000 mm waterproof/10,000 mm windproof, relaxed fit, Heat Navi, Heatflex 40 insulation, Critical Seam Seal, RECCO, front pockets, adjustable waist

Details:
DetailValue
Side ZipsPartial
Seam TapedCritical taped
VentingOutside leg
WaistVelcro
InsulationInsulated
BibNone
Models:
Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
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