Ski & Snow Pants
Learn More About Ski Pants, Snow Pants, & Snow Bibs
Hit the Slopes in Ski & Snow Pants
Keep active as the snow piles up. Pull on a pair of snow and ski pants that keep you warm and dry during prime carving season.
A winter-weather essential, ski pants and bibs safeguard you from moisture and frigid air. Face mountain conditions in snow pants and snowboard pants designed with breakthrough, cold-weather technology.
Find the fit, color and style that matches your outdoor adventure. Shop popular outerwear brands for snow pants you can depend on – like Burton®, Columbia®, The North Face® and Spyder®. Choose from men's ski pants, women's ski pants, kids' snow pants.
Look for added features on your snow and ski pants. Elastic waists ensure a snow, custom-like fit without limiting movement. Built-in gaiters keep ice and snow penetrating your boots and pants. For maximum durability, choose pants designed with a reinforced seat and knee area – high-wear areas that need protection from elements and an extra buffer from falls on the slopes.
From the slopes to a backcountry expedition, your snow and ski pants must deliver absolute comfort and protection from the elements.
Water protection is key for your winter outerwear. Ski pants are available with a variety of different water protection levels. Skiers and snowboarders should look for pants constructed from synthetic fabrics that are specially treated for full waterproof protection and breathability.
Your ski and snow pants should be built with fully sealed seams for absolute moisture protection. Moisture-wicking technology in your pants works to pull perspiration from your skin, keeping you dry and fresh as you dominate the slopes.
Snow bibs resemble overalls, secured by a pair of suspenders with added fabric that extends over the waist and chest areas. Bibs tend to provide added warmth and help your pants stay in place.
Ski and snow pants should fit loosely enough that they allow a full range of movement – whether you're on your board, skis or just trekking outdoors in the snow. Pants that are too large, however, can lead to coordination problems.
For comfort, look for soft-lined and brushed interiors, which feel soft and lightweight during wear. Side-zipper vents that run down the outside of your pants allow for strategic air flow without compromising moisture protection.