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Peak Performance Anima Ski Pants - Waterproof, Insulated (For Women)
Closeouts. Built for bitter, brisk days on the mountain, Peak Performance's Anima ski pants boast cozy ThermoCool® synthetic insulation and a waterproof, wind-resistant Hipe Core+ shell to keep the warmth in and the wet out.
Average Rating based on 3 reviews 3.666666 0 5
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Lola the boarder from Maine on Tuesday, March 21, 2017So when I got these ski pants I tried them on and loved them. They seemed to be very waterproof and warm. Then I brought them to the mountain. I am a snowboarder so we sit down a lot to strap in. My but was very wet by the end of the day and the pant legs dont fit over snowboard boots or ski boots very well. Its a tight tight fit. If you aren't skiing and snowboarding then they are great skipants!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ab from Michigan on Monday, December 19, 2016I was so excited about these snowpants. I ordered the blue color and it was a great neutral dark blue. The knees and scuff guards seemed like they would hold up well and the opening at the bottom wasn't a giant flare. I ordered the XL and I would say it fit about like a women's 10/12. I very sadly sent them back.
Reviewed by Backcountry Skier Nerd from Colorado on Thursday, October 13, 2016To replace my 15 year-old ski pants (par for the course when you're in a poor-paying profession), I settled on these after a few days of recon. Peak Performance certainly delivered on the quality aspect. The ski pants were well-made, with excellent stitching, thin-yet-warm insulation, and great aesthetics.
Only one problem: they are snug.
I'm sure this would be just fine if I wanted to show off my booty on the groomed slopes, but I'm a hardcore backcountry skier who expects to spend more than half my time climbing *UP* the slope. These look like they would chafe or restrict my range of motion when engaged in heavy activity. With some regret, I decided to send them back. (Seems like tightly-fitted clothing is a de facto requirement for women's athletic sizing, no?)
I would recommend these for someone who doesn't mind not being able to lift their knee up to their chest while wearing snow pants. I'm sure they are quite warm, and they do look snappy.
For the record: 5'8" –– 160 lbs –– athletic build.