Measurements refer to body size not garment dimensions. Wearing ease alters depending on style and fabric.
Chest: Take measurement around the fullest part of the chest, just under the arms and across the shoulder blades.
Sleeve: With elbow bent, measure from centre back of neck (at C7 vertebra) to elbow and down to prominent outside wrist bone.
Waist: Measure around the smallest part of your waist (natural waistline).
Inseam: Measure a pair of well fitting pants from crotch to bottom of leg.
Polartec Power Stretch Pro is unparalleled amongst fleece for comfort & warmth. Power Stretch Pro is a super-soft 4-way stretch fabric with highly insulating brushed polyester lining, a smooth pill-resistant and durable Nylon exterior, and high moisture-wicking and wind resistance.
The Flashpoint Power Stretch Pro Pants are the best base-layer or mid-layer for high-intensity activities in cold to extreme cold conditions: skiing, snowboarding, high-altitude mountaineering, ski touring, winter cycling and relaxing at camp in the evenings.
Polartec Power Stretch Pro is a 4-way stretch fabric providing an incredibly comfortable fit without inhibiting movement: the fabric moves with you. The tapered leg sits next-to-skin for perfect comfort when worn under other clothing layers.
Don't forget the Flashpoint on your next winter adventure.
Formerly named El Gringo Pants.
Designed for high-intensity activity in cold conditions. Polartec® Power Stretch® Pro has body-hugging 4-way stretch and a patented construction with two unique surfaces, a durable Nylon outer is wind and abrasion resistant and a brushed polyester inner pulls moisture away from your skin keeping you dry, warm and comfortable. Polartec Power Stretch Pro is extremely comfortable and ideal as next-to-skin or layered over a baselayer garment.
High warmth to weight
These pants team up really well with the Mont Slinx top. With these tops and bottoms on, warmth and comfort are guaranteed.
Great Winter backcountry pants for under Goretex. Powerstretch is very comfortable and warm. Very few seams and flat stitching adds to comfort. Big fan of this fabric as a second layer for tops (over Merino) and 1st layer for pants in Winter. Legs longer than I needed, but the nature of the fabric is it doesn't matter as you just wrinkle it a bit to take up the extra. Only negative is lack of a drawer cord/cinchable webbing to stop my pack making them slide down. - Mine will be getting ths modification as the waist band is quite loose.
Having skied in Japan in -25 degree temperatures these pants are perfect as a base layer. I'm taking the top to match next winter. As a guide you generally don't generate as much heat when looking after others. Having to look after your own temperature regulation is very important to ensure you can look after others. Well done on these pants and using this exceptional fabric.