Shred hard, wherever you fancy.
Whether you prefer to shred groomers, off-piste, or in the park, the Salomon Men’s QST Guard Pant is designed to keep up. With a waterproof Advanced Skin Dry membrane sealing out moisture, these pants will breathe well while they keep you dry throughout long days on the slopes. Equipped with an adjustable waistband and a removable waist gaiter, these pants interface smoothly with a powder skirt to ensure no snow is able to sneak in, even if you botch a landing. MotionFit technology ensures that you can move without inhibition no matter what trick you’re working on.
- Shell pants for snowsports
- Waterproof Advanced Skin Dry membrane seals out moisture
- MotionFit technology moves as you do
- Mesh lining for increased breathability
- Removable waist gaiter keeps snow out
- Mesh-lined inner and outer leg vents dump heat
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: L
Have in mind - those things are huge. Perfect fit to smuggle cocaine bricks over the customs. Not sure about skiing though.
I have a ~31 inch waist, ~31 inseam, generally ski with a fairly thin base layer, and find that small Arcteryx snowpants (e.g. Sabre) fit well (even a little big). Would a small Salomon QST work for me or should I go up to a medium?
Do these have the lower leg gaiters that go over your boots?
Are these pants insulated? If not, why are the cheaper Salomon chill out bib pant insulated while these are not? Maybe these pants were created like a shell and consumers are expected to layer underneath them for warmth?