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Up, up, and away.
Maybe it's a chairlift, maybe it's your touring setup, or maybe it's just your own two feet—whatever your method of mountain transportation, The Scott Women's Vertic GTX 3L Pant shields you from the elements throughout your journey in the vertical world thanks to a burly, breathable, and waterproof Gore-Tex 3-layer shell. Made with fully taped seams, adjustable leg gaiters, a detachable bib, and adjustable suspenders, and jacket-to-pants interlock system, the Vertics ensure sogginess doesn't stand a chance when you're getting barreled in the white room. When you're ascending, the articulated knees provide unrestricted mobility for charging up the skintrack, and the laser-cut thigh venting lets you dump excess heat. Bonded pockets stash energy bars, lip balm, and ski straps when you're on the move. Worry not if you need to throw on your crampons, because the adjustable bottom hem and Cordura kick panels protect your pants from spiky encounters.
- Weatherproof pants for backcountry pow and resort ripping
- Gore-Tex 3L membrane is waterproof and breathable
- Fully taped seams with water-tight YKK AquaGuard zippers
- Regular fit with detachable bibs with adjustable suspenders
- Adjustable bottom hems and gaiters with Cordura kick panels
- Knee articulation for unrestricted movement on ascent
- Optional pant-to-jacket integration system
- Q & A
I have an old old pair of scott pants that have lots of insulation and warmth. I have lots of ski pants since then but can't find one with all the warmth of the old scotts. I spend about 3-4 days on the mtn so price is not an option. I don't want a shell like some of the patagonia pants I've gotten ($449).
Thanks for your help!
Lots of insulated pants to consider without a doubt! The real hurdle is if you're after a quality pair of bibs with insulation, those will be few and far between. I'm going to send you an email with some recommendations!