Warm all winter.
The Nomis Zoey Insulated Pant's one-two punch of synthetic insulation and 10K-rated waterproofing leave you pretty much set from the waist down, and the Zoey's feminine, yet relaxed fit feels good and flatters.
A DWR coating on the fabric repels water to increase protection, and taped critical seams prevent moisture from slipping in through the cracks. Low-profile synthetic insulation adds warmth without tacking on bulk or restricting movement, plus the relaxed fit allows plenty of room to layer underneath on really frigid days. Meanwhile, mesh-lined inseam vents dump heat when it warms up in spring, and boot gaiters prevent snow from getting in your boots when you're stomping through powder or slush.
- 10K-rated fabric with DWR coating
- Critical seams taped
- 40g synthetic insulation
- Relaxed fit
- Mesh-lined inseam vents
- Boot gaiters with lace hooks
- Zippered hem gussets
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On the fence
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
So I bought these to hopefully interface with either my Nomis Stacey jacket or the Nomis Gleam jacket I have, and I'm not really having much luck with it. The pants are nice, I bought the large (I'm 5'7") hoping they would be long enough for me, but they seem a bit shorter than other pants I've purchased with the same inseam length listed (34.5").
Other than that, they seem warm, the pockets are really nice, especially the lower one on the left leg, they're not too tight and they provide me with nice style to shred in.