The North Face STH Softshell Ski Pant (Women's)

The North Face STH Softshell Ski Pant (Women's) -
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    Style: AWZY

    The North Face STH Softshell Ski Pants have a feminine, fitted look. The North Face’s Apex ClimateBlock fabric bonds three layers to create a water-resistant barrier on the outside and soft, warm, flexible fleece on the inside. The fitted style with a flared leg, hidden waist tabs, and pocket on the lower calf help give these pants their low-profile look, which might make you feel like going faster. Feel free to work hard: these pants are really breathable.

    Specs:

    • Fabric Rating: Water-Resistant / Breathable
    • Shell Material: TNF Apex ClimateBlock 3L soft shell fabric
    • Lining Material: Soft fleece lining

    Features:

    • Apex ClimateBlock 3L softshell fabric is water resistant, breathable, and stretches
    • Fleece backer is soft and warm
    • Snow gaiter with gripper elastic seals snow out of the pants
    • Reinforced cuffs protect your investment from premature wear
    • Zippered handwarmer pockets and an accessory pocket on the lower leg
    • Concealed, adjustable waist tabs let you create a customized fit

    Questions and Answers

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    Q:
    "is this pant low rise?"
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    Question by ALEXANDRA on 11/1/2011 - 6:55 pm
    A:
    "I would definitely describe this pant as low rise. It is about 9" from the center waist to the crotch area. These pants have a very feminine look to them and are super stylish!"
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/2/2011 - 10:51 am
    Q:
    "Are these insulated? Will they work in very, very cold climates with thermals, etc.. underneath?"
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    Question by mm on 11/27/2011 - 8:35 pm
    A:
    "These are not insulated. You will need plenty of layers underneath to keep warm. For super cold conditions, I would no suggest a Softshell pant."
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/28/2011 - 11:00 am
    Q:
    "What women's pants come in short/petite sizes? Thanks! "
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    Question by Steph on 11/29/2011 - 8:41 am
    A:
    "Afrc, Obermeyer and Marker all have women's pants in petite sizes."
    Answer by david dos (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/29/2011 - 12:54 pm
    Q:
    "What women's pants come in longer lengths? Really I would consider them regular length but North Face seems to run short? So, around a 33 inch length. Thank you! :)"
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    Question by Kristin on 12/6/2011 - 12:39 am
    A:
    "On our website we have a few manufacturers that have a "long" size for womens ski pants. If you filter your search to womens ski pants, then on the right, scroll down to "refine by size" and select "show more" and you can choose your size, say size 8 L. Please feel free to contact us should you require additional assistance."
    Answer by david dos (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/6/2011 - 12:24 pm
    Q:
    "Hi I read these pants are not for cold weather because they are not insulated??? So how about skiing in vail colorado in the spring???? Does that work??"
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    Question by LIZ on 3/7/2012 - 9:10 pm
    A:
    "With the proper layer underneath these pants will be great! Check out some of our thermal bottoms to keep you warm!"
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/8/2012 - 11:54 am
    Q:
    "I need to select the inseam size of this pant in short but I don't see where to do this. My size is L inseam short."
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    Question by pilarcastro on 7/13/2012 - 10:55 pm
    A:
    "These pants are not available in a short inseam. We do however have some similar pants. Check you all of out Petite Pants and I am sure you will find one you like! "
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 7/16/2012 - 2:32 pm
    Q:
    "Could you use these pants as a midlayer under the north face freedom insulated pants?"
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    Question by Rebecca on 8/1/2012 - 9:43 pm
    A:
    "I would not recommend using a softshell as a midlayer. Using a heavyweight thermal bottom would work much better for you. Checkout the Hot Chillys MEXT Heavyweight Salsa Panel Thermal Bottom!"
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/2/2012 - 9:43 am

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