The pants are 10k/10k which is plenty waterproof in middle of the range conditions where it's not raining or pouring out. They're pretty lightweight and are suprisingly decently warm for a shell, possibly to make up for not being able to wear a big pair of sweats underneath them. That being said, outside of the coldest days, theses are probably fine in almost every temperature there is and the zip ventilation on the crotch is massive/plenty to get the airflow going there.
I'm not a huge fan of camo, but in terms of zipper placement and things, I maybe would have liked the zippers to be a tad bit higher. That being said, the placement of the pockets is still good and with it being horizontal, you're less likely to lose stuff if your zippers are accidentally left open (happens a lot to me haha, horizontal zippers solve that) I've also found that horizontal zippers let you close and open them much easier.
The pants are definitely a skinny fit which I normally don't go for, but it does have a nice look to it..... I'll stick with the anomies for now, but for those who like the tapered look with it being slightly tighter at the knees and flared out a bit more near the bottom, these are the pants for you
In my anomie review, I thought that durability had taken a step down, but these pants definitely feel as well or even better built than the anomies. That being said I'll have to wait a few more months to determine the durability on these.
Made for those who like the tapered, skinny look without pants being skin tight (size down if you want that, but the waist might not fit if you do so). The pants have a snug fit and are actually quite comfortable! I wouldn't hesitate to buy these if they were more my style and i'd recommend them to all you hesh skiers and snowboarders out there.