Synthetic Insulated Pants

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Arc'teryx
Black Diamond
Brooks-Range
Cabela's
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Eddie Bauer
Eider
EMS
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$25 - $49.99
$50 - $99.99
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$300 - $399.99
$400 and above

Recent Synthetic Insulated Pant Reviews

Marmot Ridgewood Insulated Pant

rated 5 of 5 stars Nice. These seem to have been eliminated from the lineup, so get a pair while you can. Very good for winter hiking if the snow isn't too deep as they get good air ventilation from the open cuffs to keep legs from getting sweaty. Very soft finish and comfortable. Not too hot with temps at 50-60° either. Full review

Eddie Bauer Men's First Ascent Igniter Pants

rated 5 of 5 stars Warm, easy to ventilate pants. They are made of synthetic insulation and will keep you warm even if you sweat. Full zippers make it easy to vent and put on gear even after the pants are on. Fit is true to size, these are comfortable pants with adjustable waist and a full zipper.  The full zipper allows you to ventilate easily if you get too hot. The zippers can also work from either end, which allows you to zip down from the waist, or up away from your boot to change footwear, add a harness easily,… Full review

Arc'teryx Atom LT Pant

rated 5 of 5 stars Every bit as good as the jacket, packs down even smaller. Enough has been said about the Atom LT Jacket and as soon as I became acquainted with how amazing it is, I picked up the pants. The combo went with me on a 4-night survival training course recently (Haley Strategic Partners Summer Mountain Problem Solver). We all slept in pine-bough shelters down to 45 degree rain so pretty much everybody was cold . . . except me.  I don't think my shelter was so far superior to everyone else's, I think… Full review

Patagonia Micro Puff Pants

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Heaters. these are shell pants with synthetic insulation, Primaloft or some equivalent. they have a fairly loose fit. the waist adjusts via velcro tabs at each hip. they zip all the way up and down the side of each leg, so they are very easy to take off and put on. for me, these pants are too warm for any extended/strenuous use unless it's truly arctic outside. they are fabulous for standing still or being around camp when it's cold, or putting on if you have an extended stop. they are lightweight… Full review

Cabela's Guidewear X300 Insulated Bibs

rated 5 of 5 stars Cabelas's field-proven Guidewear fabric is backed by a GORE-TEX membrane for 100% reliable waterproof, breathable protection and enhanced all-day comfort. I am taking em with me whenever I go out to my mountaineering ventures. I tried em up to 5000+ meters with amazing results without even wearing any additional thermal underlayer. My legs were always dry and cozy no matter what kind of conditions I was in. They are a bit heavy compared to down pants, but I personally do not mind a little extra… Full review

Eddie Bauer Women's First Ascent Igniter Pants

rated 3 of 5 stars I just acquired these, and agree about the fit in terms of leg girth. I have three different models of FA pants. The ski bibs, the mountain guide softshell pants, and the Igniter Pants. All claim to have the same sort of fit, but the bibs have a huge amount of space in the upper leg area, while the fit is similar in the igniter pants, but the softshell pants fit perfectly. I would have expected the Igniter Pants to have fit snugly, using the insulation to fill the space. Full review

Eddie Bauer Men's First Ascent Igniter Pants

rated 2.5 of 5 stars First Ascent's Primaloft insulated pants. I purchased these to use for extremely cold hiking and climbing days, and also to use around camp and minimalist sleeping in cold weather. These pants turned out to be quite disappointing. The insulating value of the pants was OK and they worked OK for staying warm, but the insulation was definitely on the thin side. The fit of the pants was not good. First Ascent has only one length of pant - - which I'd call pretty long - - and jumps the waist size from… Full review

Patagonia Micro Puff Pants

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Love these pants. They are warm enough to keep you toasty into the teen and have full side zips to aid in ventilation and temp control. The synthetic insulation does great in damp clammy conditions. Only downside is the lack of any pockets, but I still won't go climbing without them. Full review

Mountain Hardwear Compressor Pant

rated 5 of 5 stars I can't recommend these enough. Awesome pant!!! I'm a avid outdoorsman and spend a lot of time in the backcountry. I do most of backpacking in the winter and have tested these pants to the max. They have never failed me. I've gone through many different brands and types of clothing and these are the best pants for staying warm. I don't recommend hiking or climbing in them unless it is very very cold because they are very warm. Full review

Top-Rated Synthetic Insulated Pants

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Adidas Winter Lined CPS Pant
Adidas
Winter Lined CPS Pant
$97 - $149
Arc'teryx Atom LT Pant
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Arc'teryx
Atom LT Pant
$132 - $188
Arc'teryx Kappa Pant
Arc'teryx
Kappa Pant
$299
Arc'teryx Mako Pant
Arc'teryx
Mako Pant
$284
Arc'teryx Mirrex Pant
Arc'teryx
Mirrex Pant
$349 - $499
Arc'teryx Moray Pant
Arc'teryx
Moray Pant
$499 MSRP
Arc'teryx Morra Pant
Arc'teryx
Morra Pant
$499
Black Diamond Stance Belay Pants
Black Diamond
Stance Belay Pants
$113 - $189
 
Brooks-Range
Cirro Pants
$190
Cabela's Guidewear X300 Insulated Bibs
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Cabela's
Guidewear X300 Insulated Bibs
Columbia Bugaboo II Pant
Columbia
Bugaboo II Pant
Columbia Crash Out Bib
Columbia
Crash Out Bib
Columbia Double Trouble Pant
Columbia
Double Trouble Pant
$17 - $59
Columbia Glacier Slope Bib
Columbia
Glacier Slope Bib
Columbia High Volt Pant
Columbia
High Volt Pant
Columbia Millennium Blur Pant
Columbia
Millennium Blur Pant
$120
Columbia Ryder Warmth Pant
Columbia
Ryder Warmth Pant
Columbia Snow Slope Bib
Columbia
Snow Slope Bib
Columbia Star Lit Ridge Pant
Columbia
Star Lit Ridge Pant
Columbia Starchaser Peak II Pant
Columbia
Starchaser Peak II Pant
$25
Columbia Starchaser Peak Pant
Columbia
Starchaser Peak Pant
Eddie Bauer First Ascent Igniter Pants
user rating: 3.5 of 5 (3)
Eddie Bauer
First Ascent Igniter Pants
$149 MSRP
Eddie Bauer Snowfoil Pants
Eddie Bauer
Snowfoil Pants
Eider Alta Badia Pant
Eider
Alta Badia Pant
$117
Eider La Molina Pant
Eider
La Molina Pant
$95
Eider Manhattan Pant
Eider
Manhattan Pant
$80 - $199
EMS Insulated Fencemender Pants
EMS
Insulated Fencemender Pants
$79 MSRP
EMS Mountain Insulated Pants
EMS
Mountain Insulated Pants
$90
Flylow Gear Snowman Pant
Flylow Gear
Snowman Pant
$135
GoLite Castle Peak Zonal Insulated Ski Pant
GoLite
Castle Peak Zonal Insulated Ski Pant
$150
Helly Hansen Epic Pant
Helly Hansen
Epic Pant
$157
Helly Hansen Legacy Pant
Helly Hansen
Legacy Pant
$149
Helly Hansen Legendary Pant
Helly Hansen
Legendary Pant
$100 - $199
Helly Hansen Rider INS Bib
Helly Hansen
Rider INS Bib
$50 - $89
Helly Hansen Switch Cargo Pant
Helly Hansen
Switch Cargo Pant
$180 - $199
Isis Insulated Snow Pant
Isis
Insulated Snow Pant
L.L.Bean Glacier Summit Waterproof Pants
L.L.Bean
Glacier Summit Waterproof Pants
$79
L.L.Bean Mogul Jumper Bibs
L.L.Bean
Mogul Jumper Bibs
$64
L.L.Bean Mogul Jumper Pants
L.L.Bean
Mogul Jumper Pants
$69
 
L.L.Bean
North Ridge Sport Pants
L.L.Bean Snowfield Bibs
L.L.Bean
Snowfield Bibs
$69
L.L.Bean Snowscape Bibs
L.L.Bean
Snowscape Bibs
L.L.Bean Waterproof Snow Pants
L.L.Bean
Waterproof Snow Pants
$129 - $139
Lole Alexa Pant
Lole
Alexa Pant
Mammut Pizol Pant
Mammut
Pizol Pant
Mammut Twitch Pant
Mammut
Twitch Pant
Marker Eclipse Embossed Pant
Marker
Eclipse Embossed Pant
$159
Marker Hanger Pant
Marker
Hanger Pant
$134
Marker Headwall Pant
Marker
Headwall Pant
Marker Journey Pant
Marker
Journey Pant
$113
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