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We test Burton's Aero Gore-tex Pant for women to see if its substance matches up to its style
Price
£190
Quality
9
Comfort
10
Value
8
Performance
9
Overall Score
9
+
Technical and comfortable doesn't have to mean unstylish!
Generous cut means try before you buy is a must

For 2016 Burton's Aero pant is once again Gore-tex and lightweight with Thermolite insulation, so technically you know you can rely on it in all weathers.

We tested this pant in a dark green, which already made us love it; not bright enough to clash with the jacket and not so muted that you aren't making a statement.

This pant is generously cut, and the trousers are long, meaning for even the longest legs, you won't have that 'not-quite-covering-the boots' look!

However, in case your legs are less than Cindy Crawford-esque, Burton has ingeniously come up with the 'snap-up leg lifts'; which is a strap and clip to enable you to hook up the back of your pants to stop dragging them through the snow and to avoid car park scuffing.

There are vents on the inside leg of the pant which will keep you cool, and unlike vents on the outside of the leg, this tends to stop any unwanted snow entering.

The Aero pant is very comfortable and is warm too, so you can enjoy your day on the slopes without having to pop inside for a vin chaud... unless you want to!