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The North Face STH Pant

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A slim-fitting soft shell pant made with TNF Apex ClimateBlock, the STH is built with style and offers windproof, virtually waterproof protection against anything the mountain can throw at you.

- EMS refers to the women's version

You're not looking for the typical ski pants. You're looking for something sleek, stylish, comfy, and flexy that'll also handle weather. The North Face Women's STH Pants use Apex ClimateBlock softshell that handles wind and moisture when you're shredding the steep and deep in St. Moritz, and these pants have a sweet fleece backing feels soft against your skin. Scream on skis, blast on your board, or sled with child-like silliness, but keep your lower half warm and dry in the STH Pant. The designers at The North Face sculpted Apex ClimateBlock fabric into a slim-fitting, high-performance winter pant that hikes up hills and crushes crud effortlessly. Apex technology combines an abrasion-resistant face with a cuddly soft brushed interior for a rough and tumble outside and surprisingly gentle inside. Through engineering mastery, Apex ClimateBlock handles winter storms and winds but still breathes so you don't overheat midway through an all-day snowshoe to the next French hut in the Alps. Since pulling your three kids on the sled is a better workout than most runs or dance aerobics classes you've attended, the Chimney Venting system manages excess sweat and heat by letting hot air rise through a mesh gaiter and escape through the upper thigh vent. An elastic ankle cuff, designed to fit over your boot of choice, keeps snow and wind out, and a kickpatch protects the pants from ski edges or sharp crampons. At the other end, the waist adjusts via tabs, and zipped handwarmer pockets hold cash and IDs for apres-ski adventures.

- Backcountry.com refers to the women's version