Spyder Painted On Stretch Ski Pant (Women's)

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Product Details

Style: 114025

Please Note: This style is from a previous season

The Spyder Painted On Ski Pant brings back the retro in-the-boot style, but with technology upgrades you'll seriously appreciate. First of all, this is a true stretch pant. The softshell fabric stretches a full 360° so you can look good and still maneuver on real terrain. Spylon™ DWR takes it one step further by keeping snow off of the fabric so you don't get wet. Probably the biggest difference you'll notice is that the fabric is actually windproof. Onlookers might not believe it, but you'll be frostbite-free inside these sexy ski pants.

Specs:

  • Fabric Rating: 10K Waterproofing / 10K Breathability
  • Material: 360° stretch windproof softshell Xt.L™ fabric
  • Fit: Slim and Snug

Features:

  • Sexy, retro stretch ski pant style
  • 360° stretch fabric lets you move freely
  • Spylon™ DWR sheds water from the fabric surface
  • Mesh stirrups go in the boot
  • Windproof fabric helps keep you warm

Questions and Answers

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Q:
"New to Spyder products...Is this a low rise, high rise, med rise? Does it sit at the belly or pinch up around the waist? what is the inseam on 8? do they run small? Thanks!"
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Question by on 12/1/2011 - 3:41 pm
A:
"Spyder runs pretty true to size, however I would always suggest matching up your measurements with those on the sizing chart. The sizing chart is located to the right of the product picture. The size 8 has an inseam of 31". The rise rest just above the belly button. It measures 11 inches from the crotch to the waist of the pant. This will avoid getting your back cold on the lift, and wont expose you to the cold and snow while skiing."
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/1/2011 - 3:57 pm
Q:
"If the size 8 fits somewhat tight will it stretch a lot"
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Question by on 1/13/2012 - 10:41 am
A:
"These pant's are made of stretch material which will give you lots of freedom of movement. So if you are bending down or doing your morning stretch before heading to the slopes you won't fill constricted. However they will not loosen up like jeans do, if the 8 fits tight then the next size up will work better."
Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/13/2012 - 10:53 am
Q:
"Your sizing chart suggests a size 14 for my measurements. I wear 8 and 10. I want these to be fitted"
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Question by Jayday on 1/24/2012 - 2:48 pm
A:
"We always suggest to size up, we rarely ever suggest sizing down when it comes to ski apparel. If you normally wear a size 8/10 and the size chart suggests a 14, you could always meet in the middle and order a 12. It might be a perfect fit!"
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/25/2012 - 4:50 pm
Q:
"Warmth is something I care about. A lot. My stretch skin ski pants in the 80s were miserably cold. Will I be as warm in these as normal padded ski pants or will it always be a bit of compromise?"
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Question by Janet on 9/16/2012 - 5:57 pm
A:
"The BIG difference between the pants that you had in the 80's and these are that they are windproof and they are also have 10K Waterproofing and 10K Breathability. That will keep an active skier warmer than the 80's stretch ski pants in mild weather. Compared to other ski pants, it offers no insulation. So, if keeping warm is number one, you may want to go for a pair of Spyder Carve Insulated Ski Pant!"
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/18/2012 - 2:37 pm

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