The Pants feature a removable bib which is really useful to keep the pants up. The waist is adjustable but even in its smallest setting its too big for me but the suspenders on the bib have a really comfortable feel on the shoulders and the bib section does help with warmth on colder days. I actually have found I prefer wearing the pants with the bib rather then without and with a belt as I find it just gives a much more nonrestrictive feeling. There is a pocket on the front of the bib which I have been using for my phone.
The Pants like the Jacket are rated at 25K for waterproofing and breathabilty. They are fully insulated (Virtika also make a shell version of both Jacket and Pants) and have a DWR coating on the outside. If you are getting too warm there are two large mesh covered vents on the inside of the legs. The bottom of both legs has a zipper to open the pant wider if you want. In terms of waterproofing I have had no issues at all, luckily I have not found the material wets out easily. They certainly are warm though so if you are mainly riding in warmer areas of your looking at Virtika for Spring/summer use I would look at the shell versions. However on the colder snowy days this is one of my favorite suits to wear, its really warm and the longer length on the jacket combined with the bib on the pants really give a great warm setup.
There are a total of 6 pockets on the pants; two at the top, two larger cargo pockets on the knee and there are two more on the back. All the pockets have zippers and are covered by a flap held down by a small magnet. All the pockets are a good size but I did have one issue with right side the top pocket getting a hole in the bottom. I did not realize this and lost my house keys down the inside of the pant which resulted in a fun 20 minutes trying to retrieve my keys. On some pants I find the pockets lower down the leg can be a bit awkward to use, having items lower down the leg can feel strange but the cargo style pockets on the leg are both a good size but also still comfortable when full. If you always have your pockets full these pants do have a ton of storage space that works very well.
Other then the hole in the pocket, which I think I probably did with my keys in the first place, the pants have held up great. The outer material is hard wearing and so long as you remember to roll them up when your walking I can see them lasting a long time.
I have been keeping an eye on Virtika for a few years now and when the outerwear turned up to test I was really stoked to try it and I'm pleased to say I am still stoked on Virtika after testing. No its not high end Arcteryx style but if your after good value for money, from a brand that is involved the freeski scene I think Virtika should be high on your shopping list.