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As usual, I was in the market for a new pair of ski pants. I'm not a teenager anymore, but I wanted something that stood out a bit while still looking age-appropriate.
Though technically a snowboarding pant, they work fine for skiing (except for no cuff guards), plus I found they were the right balance between fashion and function - modern and stylish without looking like I was trying to hard.
Silly board short gimmick aside, these are one quality pair of pants for the money. Besides being comfortable, they're loaded with all the usual stuff - lots of pockets, vents, mesh liner - everything you need for a day on the hill.
The Apres Pant in action on the groomers at Big Sky.
How does this google compare in size to the A-Frame? I have a small face and found the A-Frame was too 'tall' when worn with a helmet.
Though marketed towards women, when you boil it down the Anthem is just a small-fit goggle. Anyone - guy or gal - with smaller facial features can take advantage of this great google. After trying a myriad of different brands and styles, it wasn't until I put on a pair of Anthems - not realizing they were 'women's' goggles - lo and behold they fit like magic with my helmet. The moral here: go with what works best for YOU, not what the packaging says. Also, after experimenting with a large variety of goggle/lens combinations, I can say that Smith's Sensor Mirror is THE BEST lens on the market for overcast/flat light conditions.