Planning to ski with your friends or lover? Do you fully equipped to ski? Or are you a big fan of skiing? You should get this!Skiing is a recreational activity using skis as equipment for traveling over snow. Skis are used in conjunction with boots that connect to the ski with use of a binding. There are several kinds of skin pants in the world. The ski pants we are now talking about are the Ski Pants. The pair of Ski Pants is designed for outdoor and extreme sports. The Sport Pants are brilliantly made with waterproof material. This special material is not only waterproof, but also very soft for you to wear. The Waterproof Pants can take care of you when you are skiing happily in the ski resort. What's more, the wind can not hurt you since the Ski Pants have the feature of anti wind. Even in winter, you can ski in the ski resort freely with the Sports Pants. This ski pant can also match with several other kinds of ski clothes according to your need. Get waterproof, breathable protection and freedom of movement with Sports Ski Pants. Wearing these Waterproof Pants would never be out of fashion.Come on and take the Ski Pants! Your skiing will be more joyful and safe!
## Product Description
Made of special material, the Ski Pants is waterproof
Warm materials of the Sport Pants can insulate more air and achieve better heat preservative effect
Being light gray, the Women Ski Pants can match with many kinds of clothes
Wearing these Sports Pants would never be out of fashion
Stylish style of the Sports Ski Pants is perfect for your sports wear
Relaxed fit is roomier through hips and thighs
The cool design of the Waterproof Pants would make it more popular
The Women Ski Pants can be sent as presents to your friends
Color: Light Gray
The overall design of the pants is simple and elegant
The the ski pants is in good shape and looks stylish, and suitable for men or women
The pants is made with great care so that the pants can better serve you
We can see that every part of the pants is made in detail
You can enjoy your skiing with the ski pants without any worries
How to Measure:
Size in Detail:
Leg Opening Width
These dimensions are for reference only. Specific dimension varies from person to person
How to Care for Ski Pants
Ski gear is expensive. After making an investment in skis, boots, bindings and other hard gear, you still a jacket, warm inner layers and ski pants. To maintain your ski pants and extend their useful life, know how to care for them. Ski pants are usually insulated with either goose down or a synthetic insulation. Each requires its own method of washing, drying and storage.
Things You'll Need
Gentle laundry detergent (down insulation)
Normal laundry detergent (synthetic insulation)
Sponge (for spot cleaning)
Iron (for repairs)
Find the materials label and care label on your ski pants and verify if they are insulated and, if so, with what. Each ski pant maker provides laundry instructions on the care label. In order to care for your ski pants properly, follow the label instructions when washing and drying. If your care label is missing, find out the insulation. If it is down, wash the pants using a gentle laundry detergent. Use the gentle cycle and tumble dry at low heat with a tennis ball in the dryer to ensure the fluff of the down remains full. If the insulation is synthetic, wash the pants using normal laundry detergent. Use the gentle cycle and dry using medium heat. Wash your ski pants once or twice a season.
If the pants do not need an overall cleaning, spot-remove stains with warm water in a sink using a little detergent and a sponge. Line dries the pants once the stains are removed.
Store goose down pants on a hanger in a closet. Don't pack them down. You want the down to stay fluffed out. If down is compressed for extended periods, the fibers beak down and the heat-retaining qualities of the down are diminished. Store synthetic pants folded up in a drawer or hung on a hanger in a closet.
If you get a tear, glue a patch over the tear. Most ski pants come with a piece of patch material that is color matched to the pants. Use seam sealer glue to iron the patch over the tear.
Tips & Warnings
After a season or two, the waterproof quality of ski pants and jackets may diminish. Wash-in waterproof liquids are available in many ski specialty shops to re-waterproof your ski outerwear.
Be careful when using a dryer. Ski pants are made from synthetic, waterproof nylon or similar materials and will burn if left in too long. Heat from the dryer is beneficial because it activates many waterproof treatments applied to the pants by the manufacturer, but be sure to remove the pants before they scorch.
Skiing Clothes Checklist
When packing for your ski trip, it's important to bring all ski-clothing essentials to keep you warm and dry as you enjoy the slopes. To ensure that you have all the necessary clothes, devise a checklist that summarizes exactly what you need. Keep in mind that each clothing item (specialized for skiing) comes in a variety of materials and strengths to withstand varying degrees of moisture and cold.
There are important features to look for in proper ski pants: waterproof fabric and breathability. Ski pants typically have two layers--an inner liner and outer shell. Certain ski pants also come with additional fleece lining for extra warmth. If you plan on carrying various items in your pockets while skiing, wear pants with zippered pockets. Keep snow from getting inside pants and boots by wearing pants with built-in boot gaiters.
Like your ski pants, your ski jacket must also be waterproof and warm. Avoid jackets that are relatively thick and bulky; your body will overheat while skiing and you'll have difficulty maneuvering along the slopes. Find a ski jacket with a thin fleece inner lining that's easily detachable (if it gets too warm) and in a water-resistant outer shell material, like nylon. Seal it around your hips with a ski jacket that includes a drawstring cord at the bottom.
Base layers are essential when you ski because the material keeps perspiration from sticking to your skin and it prevents overheating. These items come in different shapes and sizes: long thermal pants, shorts and one-piece body thermals. Base layers also come in various materials with specific features: silk (strong and lightweight), wool (moisture-resistant and warm), polyester (soft, lightweight and moisture-resistant), cotton (warm, but very moisture-retaining), as well as a blend of these materials. Choose base layers that fit your specific needs.
Socks and Gloves
Choose well-protected ski gloves that have a water-resistant outer shell and warm inner lining, while allowing sufficient mobility while you ski. Keep snow from seeping inside by using gloves with an adjustable wrist strap that allows for tightening. When choosing socks, look for ones that are warm, water-resistant and stretch over your calves for added protection.
Keep your head warm and well-insulated with a wool ski hat, ski helmet or face mask. Ensure your head gear is made of water-resistant and breathable material, such as micro-fleece or stretchy
How to Dress for Skiing
Ski clothing not only looks great, it'll keep you warm and dry. Here's what to wear to keep that mountain chill at bay on the slopes.
Things You'll Need
Men's Ski Gloves
Women's Ski Gloves
Women's Ski Jackets
Determine the climate. Breathability is important if you ski where it's warm and dry, insulation is necessary where it's cold, and water-repellence is crucial where it's wet.
Choose under layers in polypropylene and fleece, or alternatively, wool and silk. These materials absorb little water, dry quickly and keep you warm. Avoid cottons, which dry slowly and become cold and heavy when wet.
Buy waterproof pants that will fit over ski boots, are not too long and allow you to bend easily at the hips and knees.
Choose thick socks with a stretchable fiber; they won't lump and cause blisters.
Buy waterproof gloves or mittens if your hands chill easily.
Buy a windproof, waterproof jacket with a removable lining that can accommodate thick layers for cold days.
Cover your ears with a hat or headband.
Choose sunglasses or goggles that offer 100-percent protection against UV rays and are large enough to shield your eyes from wind, blowing snow and wind chill.
Tips & Warnings
Tight-fitting storm cuffs, drawstring waists and a high neck are good features, as are pockets where you want them.
1 x Pair of Ski Pants