The pants are gore-tex so they're gonna keep you dry for sure, the seams are also taped so there'll be no problems with water leaking into your pockets either. They have a duct tape like, harder material on the cuffs which I find have really reduced the annoying fraying that I know a lot of us endure with typical pants. They're a shell so they do get a bit chilly, but they keep the wind out well enough, all the while providing adequate venting on those hot days.
pretty bright blue, although not blindingly so. I think the design is very well thought out and the pockets/cuffs are well placed.
It fits like a regular pair of snowpants, not overly slim but not overly baggy, although they do look tailored so they fit nicely overall!
Really good, the cuffs are a great addition towards the main problem of fraying and tearing at the cuffs. I wore em for a while and the pants still looked and felt brand new.
I really, really like what they did with the cuffs, that was pretty genius. The pants are a great shell and hold up to anything you throw at it (granted, I didn't throw down on concrete or anything, although outside of that I'm confident they'll hold up for any condition).
There's some things I like about these pants and some things I don't
The fabric had some elasticity to it and they we're loose without being too baggy so overall they were great in terms of comfort.
I rocked them in the rain with the matching Beltline Pro coat. The coat stayed dry but the pants didn't hold up as well. After a few runs the water started to get through so I ended up calling it a bit earlier than I wanted to. They lasted a good amount of time though so on any average day they would probably do pretty well.