Snow Pants
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Like it, love it, or hate it, there’s still plenty of winter left—and you’ll want to be warm for it. That’s why finding the best snow pants for women is top of mind for us right now. Whether you’re booking a last-minute trip to the ski slopes or looking for something to wear on a romp around the park, a good pair of snow pants can be the one piece of outdoor gear (besides your snow boots) standing between you having good, wholesome fun in the snow and trudging home early because you’re soaked and chilled to the bone.

Ideally, snow pants should accomplish two key goals: keep your legs warm and keep them dry. So at minimum, you should look for insulation and weather- or waterproofing on your pants of choice. Depending on your needs, you may want to look for a few other features that’ll further protect you against damp, cold weather, namely gaiters and bibs. Gaiters are built into the legs of some snow pants and prevent snow from getting inside your boots. Pants that come with bibs hit higher up on your torso, sometimes resembling overalls, providing extra warmth and coverage (and keeping snow from falling down your pants).

Whatever your plans for the winter season may be, we’re pretty sure you’ll feel more prepared to weather another month (or what’ll feel like several) if you have a pair of top-rated snow pants in your closet. With that in mind, we’ve highlighted some of the best snow pants for women on the market now, from best-selling budget picks to highly reviewed technical gear, below.

Burton Gloria Pants

Available in several stylish colorways, these Burton pants are a great choice for anyone who’s tired of wearing drab, all-black snow gear (but doesn’t want to skip on functionality). They feature a vented inseam, lightweight waterproofing, hand-warming pockets with fleece lining, and overall stretch, so you’ll look good and feel good while out and about.

Available in sizes XS to XL.

Patagonia Insulated Powder Bowl Pants

When more than one reviewer calls a pair of pants “perfect,” they’re worth a look. And what you’ll find with these high-quality Patagonia snow pants is ultra-cozy insulation, a double-layered Gore-Tex membrane, and a close, secure fit. Plus, they feature front, back, and thigh pockets, so you’re never without your essentials.

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Available in sizes M to XXL.

Flylow Nina Pants

From internal gaiters inside the pant legs to adjustable tabs in the waistband to watertight zippers and seams throughout, these pants are constructed with dryness in mind. The slightly baggy fit make them great for adding extra layers underneath, so save them for the grossest, wettest days when you still want to spend time in the great outdoors.

Available in sizes XS to XL.

Arc’teryx Incendia Bib Pants

The bib on these Arc’Teryx pants comes up nice and high, with one reviewer raving, “These bibs are bomb-proof, comfortable, and they keep me warm, dry, and they look great with a colorful base layer or puffy jacket underneath.” In addition to the bib, these luxe pants won major points among reviewers for their soft, heather material and deep, cargo pockets.

Available in sizes XS to XL.

The North Face Freedom Bib Pants

If you hear “waterproof, windproof pants,” and immediately think swampy legs, check out these breathable, five-star-rated snow pants from the North Face. The “chimney venting” system, which features mesh gaiters and inner thigh vents, allows for continuous airflow from cuff to thigh.

Available in sizes XS to XL.

The North Face Aboutaday Pants

For a durable—yet trendy—pair of snowboarding pants, look no further than the North Face’s Aboutaday Pants. Sealed seams, reinforced edges, leg vents, and an adjustable waistband make these secure and sturdy, while the fun color options and non-frumpy fit make them a particularly chic choice (several reviewers reported receiving lots of compliments while on the slopes).

Available in XS to XL.

Mountain Hardwear Boundary Line GTX Insulated Pants

“These snow pants are heaven to wear, even during extremely cold temps,” one reviewer wrote after some initial skepticism over if these lightweight pants would actually keep her warm while ice fishing. While they may look thin, these Mountain Hardware pants are insulated and waterproofed with two layers of Gore-Tex fabric, for when you want a streamlined look that’s still plenty protective.

Available in sizes XS to XL.

Arctix Insulated Snow Pants

These budget-friendly women’s snow pants come in short, regular, and long lengths, ensuring your legs stay well-covered and saving you from damp, slushy cuffs. At the time of writing, they had over 26,000 five-star ratings on Amazon, with customers noting they fit extremely well, moved with them during outdoor activities, and, most importantly, kept them toasty warm.

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Available in XS to 4XL.

Arctic Quest Insulated Bib Pants

An affordable ski bib option, these highly rated pants from Arctic Quest have gaiters and side zippers at the cuffs to accommodate your boots without letting snow in. And they feature reinforced knees, adjustable suspenders, and stretchy side panels for comfort and a wide range of motion.

Available in sizes S to 3XL.

Columbia Bugaboo Omni-Heat Insulated Snow Pants

Columbia’s Omni-Heat lining is thermal reflective, meaning it reflects and retains your own body heat for optimal warmth while maintaining a relatively low profile and slim fit. Meanwhile, these waterproof pants come equipped with a multilayer design that keeps them breathable while locking out moisture. In other words, this best-selling pair of pants will keep you comfortable from the chairlift all the way back to the lodge.

Available in sizes XS to XXL.

The North Face Sally Pants

If you’re looking for a slimmer pair of snow pants to complement the rest of your outerwear, these Sally pants from the North Face are an excellent option. They feature all the practical details you’d expect (boot gaiters, waterproof fabric, and insulated lining) with a clean, casual look. So, whether you’re shoveling the driveway or resort skiing, you’ll look right at home.

Available in sizes XS to 3XL.

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