- SKU: #8135826
- Columbia Men's Size Chart
- Ideal for staying dry and warm during winter weather activities, these versatile pants feature a waterproof-breathable, fully seam sealed exterior with a heat-keeping, thermo-regulating Omni-Heat® thermal reflective lining
- This brand is a member of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition.
- Regular Fit is an easy, lightly relaxed fit for comfortable range of motion.
- Omni-Tech™ shell:
• Two-layer design with plainweave outer and waterproof membrane.
• Waterproof and fully seam-sealed protection.
• Breathable design allows passage of moisture-vapor from perspiration.
- Omni-Heat™ reflective lining:
• Metallic lining reflects body-generated heat for improved warmth retention.
• Backing dissipates excess heat.
• Membrane comprises 65% of lining for high breathability.
- Mesh-lined inseam zips quickly dump excess heat.
- Belt-loop waistband with adjustable hook-and-loop tabs.
- Zip fly with double-snap closure.
- Zip hand pockets.
- Hook-and-loop flap over zip back pockets.
- Hook-and-loop flap cargo pockets.
- Articulated knees and inseam gusset improve range of motion.
- Reinforced instep panel.
- Snap-button cuff with inner, elastic-bound leg gaiter.
- Shell: 100% nylon;
Overlay: 100% nylon;
Upper Lining: 100% polyester;
Lower Lining: 100% nylon.
- Machine wash and tumble dry.
- Waist Measurement: 31 in
- Outseam: 41 in
- Inseam: 32 in
- Front Rise: 11 in
- Back Rise: 16 in
- Leg Opening: 22 in
- Product measurements were taken using size MD, inseam R. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
Customer Reviews Provided by Zappos
I bought these for my son. He wears a 30w 30l. The small regular length fit him perfect.
- Anonymous - customer
- February 1, 2017
Great ski pant, and quiet warm on the slopes. Skied in them when the temp was between 15 and 30 degrees and they kept me warn with just a pair of thermals on underneath. A little cold on the chair lifts, but nothing to complain about. Great fit, and comfortable to ski in.
- Kevin D - customer
- from Denver, CO
- January 7, 2015