Skiing is such a fun sport and activity to do with your family. The one thing you need to do to make sure you have a great trip is dress smart for it. You need ski trousers, ski jackets, neck warmers, warm socks, googles and hats. Skiing isn’t just a pack and go, it’s making sure you have everything you need for a warm and comfortable trip.
Ski Trousers: 5 Pairs That You Will Love and Won’t Break the Bank
We just got back from skiing in Vermont and had the best time ever! Skiing really has become a great McClelland family sport/activity for us. The one thing I will say when it comes to skiing is that you need to be dressed for the part. You can’t just show up and ski. You need to have warm clothes from top to bottom or you’ll be in after 1 ski run. I wanted to share today all about some of the best ski trousers that you can get for your next trip.
Let’s face it – you need (at the very least) a ski jackets, ski trousers, ski socks and a hat. I’ll never forget skiing with my husband for the first time YEARS ago, he showed up in jeans! Yes, JEANS to ski in! I understand that he thought he’d be fine, but he didn’t bank on falling and having his jeans freeze! After that he never went skiing without ski trousers again!
There are so many different options in ski trousers out there, so I wanted to share with you 5 pairs that I love and think are perfect for a day / weekend of skiing. You don’t want to break the bank when you’re prepping for a ski trip, but you do want to be smart and have the proper items. If you don’t have items that will keep you warm and comfy, it’s almost crazy to even hit the slopes!
I started skiing when I was 5 years old, so I know that ski trousers can be expensive. If you’re someone whose not a HUGE skier, you don’t need to spend hundreds of dollars for a pair of pants. You can easily grab a pair that will keep you warm and also do exactly what you need them to do – keep you dry and on the slopes! I want to share with you 5 pairs that are under $100 that are great to buy and ys for a ski trip!
#1: The North Face Women’s Sally Pants – You can’t go wrong with The North Face! They are known for their quality. I own a North Face jacket, so I know firsthand how warm and cozy the clothing is. I love my jacket and I think if you’re looking for pants, these are a great choice!
Versatile and durable DryVent™ 2L ski pants for lightweight warmth on the slopes or deck.
Arctic Quest offers performance and practicality in this women’s water resistant insulated black ski and snow bib. Perfect for winter sports or any cold weather activity. Insulated and made with water resistant polyester, these bibs feature elastic side panels and adjustable shoulder straps. Features zippered front and side pockets with a plastic D-ring at waist for a lift ticket.
- Water resistant polyester outer shell
- Zippered side pockets
- Adjustable shoulder straps
- Zippered legs with boot gaiters
Get shredding wearing the Outdoor Gear® Molly Insulated Pants. With hand and cargo pockets that zip close, you’ll have plenty of space to store your gear while cruising down the mountain or riding up the chair lift. These waterproof pants will keep you going all season long while staying dry and looking fresh.
- Insulated snow pants
- Waterproof to stay dry and comfortable
- Insulation for warmth, 60g polyester fill
- 100% seam sealed
- Adjustable waistband
- Hand pockets and cargo pocket with zipper closure
- Double button snap waistband closure
- Reinforced lower leg scuff guards
- Inside snow gaiter
Waterproof and lightly insulated, this versatile pant takes you from wintery trails to powder-filled descents.
Featuring an adjustable waist for a secure fit, internal leg gaiters to keep out wayward snow, and a snapping gusset at lower leg to adjust your fit.
- Waterproof fabric
- Adjustable waist
- Insulated, 60gsm
- Zip-closed pockets
- Internal leg gaiter
- Lower leg snap gusset
Multitasking cold-weather pants take you from the shoulder season of fall through winter. Flexion stretch-woven fabric of polyester/spandex ensures excellent mobility. Fleece lining provides extra warmth without bulk—pants layer easily under ski or rain pants, or waders. Ideal for everything from backcountry snowshoeing to winter fishing to in-town errand duty.
- Flexion active stretch for all-day performance
- StormRepel® DWR finish sheds moisture
- Secure hook-and-loop pockets
- Side elastic at waist
- Average inseam: Reg 32″
- Slightly Curvy: Sits below natural waist: mid-rise: moderately curvy through hip and thigh.
I hope this helps!! These are 5 pairs of ski trousers that are under $100 that would be good for you taking on the slopes! If you have any questions about these, let me know! I’m all over finding the best of the best at the best price. I hope that makes sense! ENJOY!
Love for you to check out my post on What to Wear Skiing, too!
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