About Icebreaker Vista Bootleg Pants - UPF 50+, Merino Wool-Cotton (For Women)
Discontinued. Flattering and functional, Icebreaker's Vista bootleg pants are tailored of travel-, work- and play-friendly merino wool-cotton twill, a naturally breathable, temperature-regulating and moisture-wicking fabric blend.
Specs about Icebreaker Vista Bootleg Pants - UPF 50+, Merino Wool-Cotton (For Women)
- UPF rating: 50+
- Inseam: 32" (based on size 30)
- Waistband: 2-3/4"
- Belt loops: 3"
- Fabric: 67% merino wool, 33% cotton
- Care: Machine wash, line dry
- Made in China
- Visit our Pant Fit Guide
- US shipments only
Icebreaker Women's Size Chart
|Size||0 - 2||4 - 6||8 - 10||12 - 14||16||18|
|Bust||32||34||36 - 38||39 - 40||40||42|
|Waist||25||26 - 27||28 - 30||32||34 - 35||36|
|Hip||35 - 36||37 - 38||39 - 40||41 - 42||43 - 44||45 - 46|
Note: Measurements are in inches.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Susan, hiking nerd from Washington State on Sunday, February 5, 2017Don't know why you're discontinuing these. I've worn them hiking 2-3 times and they've performed very well. Warm, roomy, smooth, comfortable. I have a small waist so had to take them in, and now they're perfect. Love the wide band. The thing is, I could wear these hiking and then wear them to work!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Nordic Explorer from Oregon on Saturday, October 22, 2016I looked at these a long time but read so many reviews about the awkward fit. I finally took a chance when I saw them on clearance for $24 on the IB website. Where can you go wrong? I'm usually a 10 but got the 31 just in case. No return allowed on those clearance sales. They were a bit big but wearable and I LOVE them. Really classy trouser with nice features. When I saw them on STP for a good price I decided I liked them well enough to try a smaller size and got the 30. Perfect fit! I got lucky that the cut fit my body type just right. Not everyone had that experience with these. I will be able to wear them both.
Reviewed by Frequent Shopper from PA on Tuesday, October 11, 2016I liked the fabric, styling, and color...however the fit was off for me. They fit great in the waist but were big and baggie in the thighs. The overall look was fitted and trim, then 'hiking' - so I couldn't decide exactly how I would wear them. Plus they were VERY long - I don't mind paying for hemming, but taking off 5 inches would have made them look odd. I am size 10 in other pants, 5'2'', ordered the 31'. I am thicker in the middle with skinny legs, so if you are more balanced between, these might work for you.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by delirifacient from LA on Thursday, May 12, 2016I'm a longtime IB fan and have had dozens of pieces over the years. These pants are the second item I've sent back in all that time. They just don't work. I ordered a 29 inch waist which fit fine, but the rest of the pant was very odd. The thighs were semi tight but then they have this huge flare--far more than a regular bootcut. I'm 5'6" and there was literally 4" of extra fabric--if I had kept them I would've had to have them tailored. The fabric is scratchy and not at all comfortable...and these are the first IB pants I've felt too warm in. Overall, they look very casual to the point of being dumpy. Might be decent for walking the dog or attending an outdoor sports event but I wouldn't travel in them nor wear them for anything office related. And Sierra Trading Post's return policy is ridiculous. After return shipping and some other random fee was deducted they ended up taking a whopping total of $15 off my return. Contrast that with Icebreaker's actual site...I spent $100 on a dress, ended up returning it--and was refunded a total of $100 dollars (they paid for shipping both ways). I can't recommend these pants or Sierra Trading Post.
Reviewed by Sonya from Louisiana on Tuesday, May 3, 2016This pants are usual great Icebreaker quality of material and workmanship. However, the cut is strange - way too loose in the crotch, seat and upper leg. I am 5'7" and 130 lbs, wearing 6-8. Size 30 was a bit too big, which would be OK, if not for a very loose seat and thighs area. Size 29 would probably be too tight at the waist for me. Flare at the legs is also way larger than the picture shows. I wish they would make a slim fit pants with this material... If you like loose fit, and can get a good price with STP deals, go for it; these are quality pants. For me, I am doing an easy return with STP.
Question & Answer
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“Are these pants warm enough for winter in northeast with with baselayer? I have seen reviews suggesting that these pants are thick and warm in a way and I was wondering if these could be worn as winter pants. Thank you!”
The Icebreaker Pants are about as thick as jeans (think LLBean or Levis) but they are softer and have a bit more stretch. If I remember correctly these pants are over 50% wool so I think that they are warmer than the average jeans, especially with a base layer.
They are heavier than plain khakis, but not as thick as cords. I live in the SFBay area and would wear them during our winter. 45-65 degrees outside.
You would probably want to layer for sure. However, there is not a temperature rating. Most manufacturers do not have temperature ratings for their garments or footwear due to the number of factors that affect how warm a garment may keep you.
Wearing these wool twill pants now. I wouldn't call them thick though. These pants are similar to a pair of chinos. You could definitely wear these in winter with some tights underneath and into the spring minus the tights. I really like these pants.
These may be a bit tight in the hips. However, that depends greatly on one's individual size.