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Understated but well-thought-out: we review the Helly Hansen Legacy insulated pants for men
Overall Score
understated design, good price
won't appeal if you like bright and baggy ski pants

The Legacy is a low-key insulated ski pant that has just the right selection of features at a decent price.

Insulation is provided by PrimaLoft Sport 60g outside of which is a fully seam sealed waterproof and breathable two-way stretch fabric. There are two zipped hand pockets and a zipped rear pocket (I quite liked the metallic zipper pulls) and an easy-to-use Velcro waistband adjustment, whilst in warmer conditions you can stay cool with mesh backed inner thigh venting zips.

Articulated legs and knees also up the comfort factor, and inner gaiters keep the snow out whilst the bottoms are reinforced against ski and boot attack. If you're used to loose-cut pants, however, you may find the Legacy a little restrictive as the fit is 'regular'.

Overall though the Legacy is a well-thought-out ski pant that will appeal to riders who don't necessarily want to stand out in the lift queues.

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