Closeouts. How do Columbia Sportswear's Winter Blur snow pants lock out snow and cold? With a waterproof breathable Omni-Tech® membrane, Omni-Heat® insulation and heat-reflecting technology, and a flip-up waistband panel, of course!
Reviewed by larry new snow ski beginner from tennessee on Wednesday, November 13, 2013
once again sierra trading post has given me a super deal on a very high quality product from columbia, after receiving my shippment from sierra, i was very happy, the columbia product is second to none at a very great price from sierra, this is my third purchase from sierra, as i'm new to the great sport of snow sking, as always sierra trading post employees a super staff to help with all your outdoor products, and i'm sure you too will have a great buying experince too, keep up the great job! and thanks again all the team at sierra trading post, your friend, l trivette
Reviewed by Darius from Chicago, IL on Friday, February 22, 2013
Great skiing pants! They fit perfectly and I have fairly large quads. I tried on some Marker pants and they felt like skinny jeans.
I have the earlier version of these pants too and like them, but these new pants are greatly improved! Waterproof zippers, 3 front pockets, elastic and velcro waist adjustment. You cannot go wrong with these!
Reviewed by gomer from upper michigan on Monday, February 18, 2013
For the price, not too bad. I had a tough time between small and med sizes with Mountain Hardware and others. Columbia was a small for me. The omni heat is thin and works on convection heat, like foil. If you can imagine wrapping in foil, on the chairlift you lose some heat. Cant keep it wrapped inside when the temp is 5 deg and the wind is blowing. You feel some cold through these. However, I didnt feel any wet from the snow on the chair I sat on. Thermaloft works better (sierra brand). The price was OK, under $100. Limited use for warmer temps above 20 deg F.