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SportHill Day Pass Soft Shell Pants (For Women)

Closeouts. Introducing your VIP pass for spring skiing, SportHill's Day Pass pants are made of super-warm, DWR-treated Windshield fabric with plenty of stretch and articulated knees to keep you moving freely.

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  • Reviewed by Saco from Maine on Wednesday, September 24, 2014
    Weirdest fit: unflattering elastic waist in back only, big in the thigh area then straight from the knee down. Picture on website is not really representative--these are going back!
  • Reviewed by Outdoors enthusiast from Atlanta on Friday, February 14, 2014
    I loved these pants! They feel warm (have not tested in snow yet) but do not look like the Michelin Man. Sadly, they must go back as they are far too short for a 6'0 woman.
  • Reviewed by Shergl golfer from Pennsylvania on Thursday, December 19, 2013
    These pants are just what I wanted for cold weather golfing. The fleece lining kept me warm on a day when the high was only 36 degrees and it was windy!! The pockets are useful and well placed for holding necessary items such as tees and ball markers.
    The fit is great - they sit low on the hips that is exactly what I needed. The fabric resisted the wind and I am hoping with future wear they will also be somewhat water proof. Have zipper in legs that is helpful for getting golf shoes on and off. Only objection I had was the elastic in the back was a bit too tight for my back.
  • Reviewed by Trailseeker from Idaho on Tuesday, November 26, 2013
    These pants were purchased for XC skiing to replace older knit Sporthill pants. They are a bit shorter than the old ones,but the quality seems even better.
  • Reviewed by Del'ski from Perth Western Australia on Tuesday, April 30, 2013
    These pants although well made and very warm are (IMHO) very odd fitting. I am 168cm tall, 56kg and slim build. These pants sit below the waist and gape, they are roomy through the hips, taper in at the thigh and flare out slightly toward the bottom and shorter leg length - like ill fitting judpirs. They are not in the least bit flatterring unlike the fit (although long in the leg, high in the waist) of the Lowe Alpine Sierra Lite Soft shell Pants which win my vote hands down - such a shame they are no longer available (oh if only I could get them in a "S"). I would definitly not recommend the Sporthill Day Pass Pants.
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