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Manufacturer's Description

Visit The North Face's Men's Freedom Insulated Pant page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The North Face Freedom men's snow pants have waterproof, insulated protection and all the features you need to take on the mountain with ease, gusto and all the stoke that a proper pow day inspires.

- REI refers to the men's version

The North Face created the Men's Freedom Insulated Pant with a regular fit that's equally as at home in the backcountry as it is in the terrain park, and the myriad of pockets easily accommodates your odds and ends as you shred. A waterproof and breathable, DryVent shell serves up protection from wintry conditions of all kinds, and a layer of synthetic insulation ensures you stay warm, even when wet. More specifically, The North Face equipped the Freedom Pant with 60g of Heatseeker synthetic insulation to lock in warmth on sub-zero days. However, if and when the sun comes out to play, the Chimney Vent cooling system funnels air from the StretchVent gaiters to the inner thigh vents to keep you comfortable all day long. And, to round things out, The North Face equipped this pant with reinforced kick-patches and edge guards to assure added protection from sharp ski or board edges and muddy parking lots.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Carve up the hill in waterproof, insulated ski pants that are crafted with stretch for improved mobility and lightly insulated with 60 g Heatseeker for a boost of warmth beyond your baselayers. Fully loaded with alpine-specific features.

- The North Face refers to the men's version

Free-fit pant with highly efficient insulationWaterproof, breathable, fully seam sealedAdjustable waist tabsHandwarmer zip pocketsExterior thigh vents with mesh gussetsCargo pocketArticulated kneesStretchVent gaiter with gripper elasticChimney Venting systemReinforced cuffsPant-a-lock compatibleBuddy lift clip

- River Sports Outfitters refers to the men's version