Marmot Slopestar Pant - Women's

Steal the show.

Stand out on the mountain with the Women's Slopestar Pant by Marmot. Its fully taped MemBrain shell provides reliable waterproof, breathable protection against the elements, while Thermal R insulation ensures toasty warmth throughout chilly winter temps. The flattering Slopestar also features internal gaiters to keep snow out of your boots, zippered leg vents to increase airflow, and Cordura scuff guards for durability. The knees and adjustable waist have a brushed tricot lining for smooth comfort, and there are four zippered pockets for gear and cold hands.

  • Protective, practical ski pants ready for the resort
  • MemBrain design and fully taped seams keep you comfortably dry
  • Thermal R insulation wraps your lower half in warm comfort
  • Regular fit keeps you moving freely
  • Internal gaiters with gripper elastic block out snow
  • Zippered leg vents dump excess heat in a pinch
  • Adjustable waist keeps your pants up
  • Zippered drop and hand pockets stash on-hill essentials
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Great Snow Pants

  • Size Bought: xs

These are good looking and insulated pair of snow pants. Flexibility is good and construction appears to be designed for the long haul. I am more familiar with Gore-Tex, so I haven't worn this enough times to give the material a verdict. I like my fit snug, but not tight and these were just right.

Marmot Slopestar Pant

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Small

I love these pants. They're warm, flexible and best part of all is that they're a great length for my 5'2" frame. I often find ski pants to be too long but these are just perfect and I typically wear a 28" inseam.

Not for big booties

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: Medium

I am size M but since I have some *butt this style did not fit well and was not comfortable, so keep that in mind anyone with similar figure. I'm 5'6.

Can you recommend a style that DOES fit for the ladies with the big booties? I am a big booty girl myself :-) I am 5'4" 130#.

I'm short and curvy with a big booty and smaller waist and these were comfortable for me.

Love these

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: Large

warm and cute. for how light weight these are the insulation is really warm. nice big pockets and the extra long leg vents are sweet for dumping out excess heat

Warm pants but run a little big

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs large

Bought these pants for my girlfriend. They are well made, waterproof and very warm but do run a little large.

They Work, Fit Could Be Better

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: Medium

I needed something a size bigger than my Marmot Davos pant in size small, as I'm a little curvier than my usual size this year. I love the fit through the hips and thighs, but the waist is very generous and gaps in the back so they keep falling down. I finally used a cam strap as a belt, which worked in a pinch, but these are not cut for a curvy gal with an hourglass waist. As for performance, they kept me dry and warm in the coldest and windiest skiing conditions over the last two weekends. Also, they run pretty long in the inseam, so unless I'm in my ski boots, they tend to drag on the ground.

For Those Dangerous Curves

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: medium

These waterproof pants are perfect for curvy ladies. I'm a bit straight, so not the best fit for me. But, if you got some luscious thighs and hips going on, get these pants!

This is a generous fit. I'm typically a medium and the medium in these is wearable, but too big to be perfectly flattering for my shape. I cinched the velcro down so the waist stays put. But, the small would be much better.

If you are on the cusp, size down. If you're super curvy, stick with your normal size and these should fit like a glove.

I find them to be the perfect amount of insulation if you are actually skiing. You shouldn't over-heat in these. But, if you are just sitting around on the resort, you may want a warmer pant.

For Those Dangerous Curves

Great review :) Super cute!

Too baggy

    Just not a flattering fit, too baggy in legs.

    Comfortable, warm, and great value

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Small

    These were a Christmas present and I've had them out several days in Jackson Hole, the Mecca of Marmot-15/16 has had lots of snow and cold temps and the slopestar does not disappoint. I got the orange and it is definitely the color of the season. On fit-I'm 5'5, 120 and the small is quite roomy especially through the seat and hips (I'm lacking in this area). I also like the adjustable Velcro waist tabs in case you need let it out or keep it tight. There is some extra room length wise for taller girls as well. Had these out yesterday and it was 6 degrees at the summit and my legs were not cold, with Nike Pro winter weight tights and smartwool socks, could have gone with fleece for sub zero temps. However, I'm not sure about hiking/skinning performance, I'm thinking I would overheat really fast, but then I'm not spending $300+. As a side note I have the Mountain Hardware Snowtastic pants as well which are not as warm but perform really well when running, hiking or skinning. They are 4 years old before MH was bought out but they are SIGNIFICANTLY smaller than the Slopestar pant.

    Mom Loved It!

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    Can't beat the price and quality of marmot. These ski pants look and feel great. Can't wait to try them out skiing.

    I am 5'9 and 140lbs. What size you you suggest? Thanks!

    Hi Melissa what size did you end up getting? I am the same height and weight and totally confused, have tried over 15 ski pants without any sucess :(

    Dhartl - Did you end up buying and do you have a size recommendation? I am the same as you and Melissa and the size chart makes it seem like they run small.

    Awesome pants!!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Small

    I first bought these pants in Orange and loved them. They're light, warm and water resistant. At first, I wasn't so sure how well they would hold on wet snow days and living in Alaska- that's a big thing. But they really impressed me and work great. These pants served me so well that I bought another pair in Black. Also- these pants fit great (and not just around the waist). The pants really give you nice lines and make you feel look while staying warm. I just wear some usual thermal pants under them and I'm good to go!
    With my orange pair- I put them through some nasty stuff last season (trees, rocks, dirt) and they did well. I had a really weird hit on a tree and ripped a small hole in them but it was a freak thing. They held up real well through the rest of everything that's normal beating to pants.
    So overall- you can't go wrong with these. They're awesome.

    Do snow pants inseam length run differently than jeans? Ive noticed that most snowboard pants say the inseam is 27-28. I am 5'6 and wear a 33-34 inseam in jeans.

    Slopestar Pant

    Great Ski Area Pant

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    This pant is comfortable, stylish & warm. I haven't used it on a wet snowy day yet.