Basic price for a not so basic pant. $199 is on the low end of spectrum as far as ski pants go, but the Sickline Pants from The North Face quality is a notch or two higher. With a durable 160D fabric and HyVent Alpha 2L any recreational skier is sure to be happy with the performance. The relaxed fit fits most well and doesn't restrict range of motion like many other 199 dollar pants would. Vents, hand warmer pockets, a thigh pocket, adjustable waist band in a durable ski pant -- there's a lot to like about The North Face Sickline Pant.
Relaxed Ergo Fit - Leaves room for maximum range of motion.
The Sickline is a waterproof and breathable ski pant that features HyVent Alpha 2 layer fabric and PrimaLoft Silver insulation.
HyVent Alpha 2L - The fabric is a 160 denier, 4.1 oz/yd2 100% nylon with a mechanical stretch.
PrimaLoft Silver - This pant has 60 grams of the insulation.
Hand Warmer Pockets - Two, count em two zipperd handwarmer pockets that never disappoint.
Thigh Pocket - Taped thigh pocket on the right leg for easy access on the chairlift.
Powder skirt clip integration, Fully seam sealed, and YKK Aquaguard zip.