Styper Men’s Snow Shell Trousers
Styper Men’s Snow Shell Trousers is rated out of 5 by 4.
For functional gear you can rely on, select the Styper Men’s Snow Shell Trousers – made to prevent snow getting in while keeping you dry and warm. Your huge efforts to tackle tough downhill runs will need the Styper’s vents for cooling down. Part of our practical Styper Gear – hit the mountains with confidence.
Main & Lining: 100% Nylon
Weight 27.5 oz
Country of Origin Vietnam
- Waterproof, windproof and breathable ngx2™ – fabric that will keep you comfy and dry
- Fully seam sealed and lined
- Attaches to your Styper Snow Insulated Jacket or your Styper Snow Shell Jacket – to help keep snow out
- Roll up hems – clip them higher so they don’t drag under your boots during downtimes
- Inner snow gaiters – hook them onto your snow boots
- Thigh zip vents with mesh protectors – to cool you down while keeping snow out
- Adjustable waistband
- Knee darts – giving you more flexibility and freedom of movement
- Lower leg patches – protection from rubbing against your snow boots
- Two front zip pockets, plus a side zip one and a side cargo pocket – plenty of space for storing your necessities
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hums from Perfect Fit Very comfortable, plenty of pockets. Very happy with purchase.
Date published: 2019-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Best ski pants I looked everywhere for new ski pants and found the Khathmandu Styper pant to be the best fit and best value for money.
Date published: 2019-07-21
What is the main difference between the Styper Shell pants vs Styper insulated pants? Which is preferred or better use?
The Shell pants are not insulated so you will want a pair of thermals underneath - the Insulated pants are insulated and will keep you warmer than the Shell Pant.
Date published: 2021-05-12
Is this insulated or warmer than the Styper Snow Insulated Pants? or would you need thermals underneath
No these pants aren't insulated or as warm as the Styper insulated pants. Yes we would recommend wearing thermal baselayers underneath for most days on the mountain (you can probably go without thermals in spring!)
Date published: 2020-07-05