Mountain performance for the modern gentleman.
You don't have to abandon your dapper style just to stay warm and dry on the slopes. The Mountain Force Men's Rider Pant combines distinguished details—a fell seam, leather label on the waistband, and a modern fit—with 4-way stretch fabrics and a highly waterproof and breathable membrane to keep you feeling as good as you look when you're arcing turns at the resort.
Not only is the outer fabric engineered with four-way stretch, but so are the lining and insulation, meaning there's nothing holding you back when you're leaning into carves or hiking for fresh powder. The CM Ceramic membrane protects against the soggiest storms while still ensuring breathability so you don't get bogged down with sweat, and it's embedded with heat-reflecting ceramic particles that help retain precious body heat. A bit of light insulation provides additional warmth.
The fit is loose enough to layer underneath, but still offers a modern cut that's closer to the tailored pants you wear off the slopes than the baggy, boxy ski pants of yesteryear. Mountain Force developed the Rider pant with high-tech fabrics and processing concepts that ensure it feels light as a feather when worn, so you don't feel like you're being held back by excess weight and bulk.
- Stylish and functional ski pants
- CM Ceramic membrane protects you from elements
- 4-way stretch fabric allows unrestricted movement
- Light insulation adds warmth
- Ceramic particles in membrane reflect body heat
- Modern fit keeps your style on point
- Lightweight design improves overall comfort
- Q & A
Do these have gaiters?
Solid Construction and Performance
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: Medium
Well made pants that held up in a variety of conditions. I'm 6'1" / 170 lbs and purchased the medium. They fit well over a Icebreaker 200g base layer and provided excellent warmth and breathability. The pants stretch well when needed and the construction is as good or slightly better than my other ski pants (Kjus Formula). These pants do run a little small, however, I don't like my gear fitting loose/baggy.