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Furio Pant - Men's

3.2222222222222223 out of 5 stars
18 Reviews

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Furio Pant

You don't have to take furious winter weather sitting down, you can fight back with the Outdoor Research Men's Furio Pants. Designed and built to put the smack down on burly big mountain weather, the Furios have a hybrid-mapped construction to make them bombproof in prone-to-wear areas, breathable where you need it, and packable for your convenience.

The bulk of the Furio is composed of a two-layer GORE-TEX shell with Paclite technology to keep them waterproof, breathable, and packable. Meanwhile, the seat and knees are reinforced with a three-layer GORE-TEX shell with C-Knit technology, so those areas that tend to see more contact with snow stay nice and dry. The scuff guards are a nylon, Kevlar blend that won't piece out after a season's worth of wear from boots, edges, snow, and ice. To keep the pants comfortable, the Furios have a gusseted crotch, articulated knees, and an integrated belt that is adjustable, so you can dial in the perfect fit to accommodate any extra layers.


  • Hybrid-mapped ski pant delivers ample protection and better comfort
  • GORE-TEX Paclite is ruggedly waterproof and remarkably light
  • GORE-TEX C-Knit seat and knees for better breathability
  • Gusseted construction ensures freedom of movement
  • Full-length side zippers for easy on-and-off and ventilation
  • Stretch mesh gaiters keep snow out of your boots
  • Adjustable waist with attachments for suspenders (sold separately)
  • Item #ODR00AM
[body] 70D GORE-TEX with Paclite (2-layer), [seat and knees] 70D GORE-TEX C-Knit (3-layer), [scuff guards] 85% nylon, 15% Kevlar
fully sealed
1 zippered thigh
adjustable tabs
Side Zips
yes, double separating
yes, stretch
Claimed Weight
1 lb 5.4 oz
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty

Overall Rating

3 based on 18 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 4 reviews
2 Stars - 3 reviews
3 Stars - 2 reviews
4 Stars - 3 reviews
5 Stars - 6 reviews


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5 out of 5 stars

April 17, 2022

excellent pants for worst rainy conditions

dual use - at mountains during heavy downpours on 14 hr. hikes and on motorcycle multi-day road trips in inclement weather


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1 out of 5 stars

February 4, 2022

The fits is to tight. movement felt restrictive

I gave them away! the fit was to tight felt like i was being restrained. it fits good on my 32 waist but doing activities felt like i was being restrained.


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5 out of 5 stars

January 27, 2022

Furio GORE-TEX® Pants

The size is very good and the Gore-Tex is perfect, so I am very satisfied.


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4 out of 5 stars

December 14, 2021

Looks like a great product

Unfortunately these didn't fit, so I can only speculate on their performance. They look nice!


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5 out of 5 stars

December 9, 2021

Solid for the money

Haven't warn them in the field yet, however they feel robust and capable.


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1 out of 5 stars

February 23, 2021

Seems a shame

It's a shame the way this worked out for me. I used the old OR Mentor pants for several years and was very happy with them: I wore them on ice climbs and winter hikes in the White Mountains and summer climbs in the Alps. Fabulous pants and when they eventually began to leak, OR made good on their guarantee and gave me store credit to buy something new. I bought the Furio pants to replace the old Mentors. I wore them twice: the first time on a short run up some dry tooling lines without crampons on my feet or ice screws hanging from my harness. I thought they were great. I liked the fit and I could climb in them no problem. Then today I wore them ice climbing in the Whites and all it took was for a couple of ice screws to rub across the pant leg and I had two holes making the pants pretty useless. It's a shame because the old Mentors were so tough and OR's guarantee is so good. It's odd since I'd done the same climb with the Mentor pants on several times and with the same selection of ice screws. The only difference was the durability of the material used on the Furio pant leg. Alas.


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2 out of 5 stars

February 18, 2021

Better PAY ATTENTION to the comments/Reviews on FIT

Im a 32x32 pants...ordered these pants and had to return them due to the restrictive and wonky fit. Unusable. Super trim fit and the crotch cut was very prohibitive and restricted movement. Sent them back and going to try some bibs instead. I had high hopes for these pants and they checked a LOT of boxes for me....especially being full zip....Seems like I'm not the only one that had issues with the fit. I would suggest going up a size from what you'd normally do.


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2 out of 5 stars

September 4, 2020

Much slimmer than the previous model

I had an old pair of Furio Pants, which were excellent and I wore them most days last winter, whilst guiding winter climbs. Really tough material and an excellent fit. This new version is much less durable and far too slim around the thighs. It's a real shame, as they nicked on their first outing and are far too restrictive for climbing activities.


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4 out of 5 stars

July 24, 2020

Great waterproof pant but sizing needs work.

Great waterproof pant. I run hot so really appreciate the full length zipper to dump heat. My only con with these is the sizing - had to up my medium size to a large as the waist and design around the pelvis were restrictive. Now the legs are a little long. Tough for a tweener like myself - 5'10 and 175 for reference.


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2 out of 5 stars

June 4, 2020

New design reduces versatility of pant

Activities I use the pant for: backcountry skiing, alpine mountaineering, backpacking. Review: I owned a prior version of this pant and loved them for all activities, but mainly used them for backcountry skiing in the PNW. When I had a seam give out, OR replaced them with the updated fit, and there have been several changes to the fit that make this pant less functional and versatile (I'm am 5'11", average build for reference). 1) The thigh is fairly snug, such that the thigh pocket is not functional for anything more than a phone. I previously used this as a beacon pocket, but my beacon now is uncomfortable to carry in the thigh pocket. 2) Leg openings are so snug that it is difficult to get the pant to fit over the top of a ski boot. My boots are fairly trim in profile, and I have a hard time getting the leg opening over the top of the boot. Usually requires unbuttoning and unzipping the leg opening and skiing with it open. 3) The fit is so trim that I have ripped the crotch seam twice stepping up a steep incline. I have needed to have the pant warrantied each time. Now that it's happened again, I am going to look for a different pant. Disappointing, as I really love OR's work and the old version of this pant was spectacular. That being said, the belt has been much improved and now has a hook with webbing loops on each hip. These are positioned to be away from your hip bones so they are comfortable when wearing a backpack with a hip belt. Overall, I cannot recommend the current version of this pant (winter 2019/20). My hope is that OR makes some fit improvements to bring this pant back to its former glory, but until then, I don't recommend it.

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