It is often difficult to understand the insanity that winter weather can bring, but Patagonia has a pretty good handle on it. It goes all in on the women's Patagonia Primo Pants, building them to withstand the worst with GORE-TEX® Performance Shell 3-Layer recycled nylon shell fabric and burly construction throughout. Features include a gusseted crotch for mobility, coated, watertight Slim Zips for reduced bulk, articulated knees, external thigh vents, tough scuff guards and internal gaiters. Don't settle for number 2; they call this pant Primo for a reason.
3-Layer GORE-TEX® Performance Shell Technology GORE-TEX® is bonded to a tough outer material and a robust inner lining. The benefit: No movement between the three layers, which means less wear and tear, and even greater durability.
Deluge® DWR (Durable Water Repellent) Finish Lasting substantially longer than standard DWR, garments treated with Deluge® DWR have like new water repellency after years of wear.
Recycled Nylon This eco-friendly material comes from reprocessed post-industrial fiber and yarn waste.
GORE-TEX® waterproof/breathable membrane
Soft brushed tricot lining wicks moisture
Adjustable elastic tabs customize the fit
Two zippered handwarmer pockets
One zippered right thigh pocket
External thigh vents
Loops on rear yoke securely attach pants to the powder skirt on any Patagonia ski/snowboard jacket to keep out snow.
Pant gaiters keep snow out, while tough scuff guards protect bottom hem.
Slim Zip Installation Watertight coated zippers reduce zipper bulk and weight.
Welded Composite Seams Patagonia's advanced stitch-free construction for hard shells use a form of sonic welding, reinforced with mesh and backed by thin tape. This unique design minimizes weight and speeds dry time. Stitch free, welded seems improve the shell's performance by eliminating needle holes.