Frosty temperatures have met their match! These trim, tapered fit 3SP® pants are perfect for cold weather running, skiing and biking. The Winter Fit pant has a drawcord at the waist, two zippered hand pockets, 9-inch locking ankle zippers, gripper elastic at the ankles and chafe-free inseams. Best of all, subtle charcoal reflective piping gives you 360º reflectivity.
These pants have a slightly longer inseam then normal.
3SP (90% polypropylene, 10% spandex) Fabric Made in USA
|Men's Winter Fit Pant Fit: Semi-fitted; Comfort rise|
|Fits Waist Sizes From||29-34"||31-37"||31-37"||31-37"||33-39"||33-39"||33-39"||35-41"||35-41"||37-43"|
|Actual Garment Inseam Length||29"||28"||30"||32"||29"||31"||32"||33"||34"||33"|
*Note that inseam lengths may vary between pant styles and may vary from pant to pant slightly in the same style and size due to the stretch nature of our fabrics.
The measurements of one pair may not match charts above exactly due to the nature of cutting and sewing stretch fabric.
Best Cold Weather Pants Ever!
Posted by Unknown on 12th Mar 2018
I run in colorful Colorado and have tried all of the major brands (whose names begin with N, B, C, R, etc.). I can tell you that these are hands-down the best winter pants I own.
Great fitting pants for tall person!
Posted by Eric on 6th Dec 2017
I am 6' 5" 205 lbs. I usually get pants that are 34" waist and 36" inseam, but those are almost impossible to get in workout pants until I found Sporthill Winter Fit Pants. The large long are a perfect fit for biking and running. Long enough yet not too baggy, awesome for my size!
Love these Pants!
Posted by Joe G. on 10th Jan 2017
I've been using the XC's for years but decided to try this model. The fit of the medium-tall is great on me (6'1" 160'lbs). We've been experiencing teens here in NJ for over a week and these pants are ideal. Not in the least bit cold. Also, the material is very soft and comfortable
Go-to Very Cold Weather Running Pants
Posted by MHC on 21st Dec 2016
I do most of my daily running on an ocean facing boardwalk on a barrier beach in NY. So the cold wind can really come shooting in. These pants stand up to the wind and cold. They feel solid and almost impermeable but still soft and comfortable. I also like the soft lining inside which is warm but doesn't feel too plush. The pockets are great too. I've been wearing Sporthill pants for years and have three other weights and styles, but these will now be my go-to's when the weather is really cold and blustery. They are also good for winter biking and I plan to try them out this weekend for cold weather hiking too.