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Published on February 9th, 2014 | by Daniel Feinstein


Columbia Ridge Run II Mens Ski Pants

Columbia Ridge Run II Mens Ski Pants Daniel Feinstein
Protection - 80%
Design - 100%
Comfort - 80%
Price - 100%

Summary: Excellent and highly versatile snow sport pants; non-insulated, allowing for layering as necessary.


Extremely versatile

The perfect snow pants for snowboarding, skiing, snowmobiling or whatever your preferred winter weather activity. Waterproof and breathable, these pants will keep you warm, dry and comfortable when engaged in aerobic winter sports.

Columbia’s Ridge Run II Ski Pants are lightweight, comfortable and highly versatile. The pants are not insulated which allows you to add layers as required for the conditions that you expect to encounter. The Omni-Tech outer shell of the pants are both water proof and breathable with waterproofed seams. The interior of the pants feature Columbia’s Omni-Heat Lining made of a thermal reflective polyester which helps to regulate the temperature inside of the pants and helps to ensure that it neither gets too hot nor too cold.

The Ridge Run II Ski Pants have a very classic look and include articulated knees for comfort and ease of movement. These pants also feature an internal leg gaiter, reinforced cuff guards and a jacket connect tab to help ensure that snow stays out of both your pants and your jacket. The waist is adjustable in case you stop for a couple of bowls of chili between runs and there are leg vents to help keep you comfortable on warmer days and when you are working extra hard.

  • Warm and dry
  • Comfortable
  • Versatile
  • Front pocket zipper can be problematic

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About the Author

Dan began running at the age of 10 and ran competitively through high school participating in both Cross Country and Track. He later found himself in the military where accumulated a great deal of knowledge and experience in hiking, camping and survival. Dan continues to run and has become an avid cycler, taking extended tours on a regular basis. He is currently training for the 2015 NYC Ironman.

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