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We review the Patagonia Women's Powder Bowl Pant for the 2016-17 season
Price
£250
Quality
10
Comfort
10
Value
9
Performance
10
Overall Score
10
+
Durable and good looking women's pant
Nothing

Similar to the Patagonia jacket, this pant is durable and technical, with two-layer Gore-tex, providing water, and wind-proofing; you know that it will last despite the odd spill, on or off the slopes!

When skiing on a cold windy day, it really stood up to the challenge and we felt toasty warm without that feeling you sometimes get with an overly padded pant, so we can confirm that the Gore-tex works a treat!

However, for warmer days, this pant also has outside mesh-lined vents, which will keep you cool, but will also stop loads of snow getting in when you ditch it.

Thanks to the ergonomic design, this pant has long pockets on the front, both left and right, and there is also an extra pocket on the back right-hand side.

The clever design of these pockets means that they won't give you a voluminous shape when you have them filled up, and the cut of the pant is very flattering; they are baggy enough to let you ski unhindered but at the same time tailored enough to give you a good silhouette.

The Powder Bowl Pant can therefore be worn either with a more fitted jacket and will look the part, or you can team it with a baggier jacket and it still won't look out of place.

A one-stop pant-shop although a little pricey, they are still great value and we would highly recommend them.

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