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A review of Columbia’s snug and well insulated Millennium Blur ski pants.
columbia millennium blur ski pants
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Keeping you warm in cold conditions
Overall Score

If you feel the cold Columbia’s Millennium Blur pants are a great option as the bright silver inner Omni-Tech fabric effectively reflects body heat back at you as well as feeling snug against the skin and offering insulation too.

The fabric is also waterproof and breathable and interior stretch panels facilitate a full range of motion and enhance performance on the slopes.

These well-built pants also come with a great range of features - leg venting, internal leg gaiters, contoured waist with adjustable tabs, lower leg snap gussets, articulated knees and triple needle stitching on the edge guards are all signs of a well-considered design as well as ensuring they’ll last several seasons.

Of pockets there are two hip pockets and one cargo pocket, all with waterproof zips. Add to all this good looks and in the Millennium Blur you have a really well-designed and well-made pair of ski pants that are also decent value for money.

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