This is the most popular ski pant in New England for skiers that aren't looking for anything special in a ski pant. That is by no means putting The North Face Freedom Insulated Pant down, it's just a pant that has the essentials without all the bells or whistles. With 60g of insulation throughout the pant you'll be plenty warm on those blustery cold January days, especially paired up with a base layer. The relaxed fit, fits most people well and in the black color way it goes with any jacket. What you can expect with the Insulated Freedom Pant is good pocket placement, durable construction and plenty of tech to keep the weekend resort skier happy and comfortable.
Original Fit. The Freedom Pants have what The North Face calls an athletic fit through the waist and seat, however it is a baggier looking pant with a flared leg to accomodate the ski boot.
Insulated waterproof and breathable ski pants.
The North Face HyVent fabric is comparable to a 10k/10k waterproof and breathable fabric. Durable enough for most avid recreational skiers and breathable enough for the ski resort.
60g Heatseeker insulation throughout the entire pant.
Two zippered hand pockets and an additional cargo pocket on the right thigh that is ideal for a trail map and big enough to hold a tuna sandwich.
Two meshed inner thigh vents are your source of air conditioning when the Mercury starts to rise and the blood gets flowing.
Kick patches on the bottom of the pants increase durability and provide protection from the sharp edges of your skis.