Skinny Leg Snow Pants: November’s Top Seller
As you may have read in My Iceland Packing List for Winter, I had the hardest time finding pants for my trip to Iceland. Mainly because I’m picky. I wanted some that fit more like skinny jeans, or at least some that weren’t so wide at the bottom like traditional snow pants. While not the most clicked on link, these were the top seller for my blog in November! You must have been looking for skinny leg snow pants, just like me!
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I thought I would dedicate a short blog to these pants, as they really were my ideal snow pants! Did I mention they are under $40?!
Warm Skinny Leg Snow Pants
While in Iceland, I always wore a base layer under these fleece lined skinny leg snow pants. I was cozy and never felt like my legs were cold. I should also mention that the word “skinny” doesn’t just apply to the way the pants opened up at the ankle. These are slim fit pants. The description specifically says “no stretch” and “go up a size” if you’re wanting a little more wiggle room.
I usually wear a size 6-8 in pants (US sizing) and I ordered a “29W x 30L”. I was happy with the sizing overall, it was just a little weird at first not having any stretch in the waistband. For added reference, I’m 5’6″ and weighed around 145-150 pounds during my trip.
Waterproof Snow Pants
As with all reviews on Amazon, there were people who loved these pants and thought they were 100% waterproof. And then there were people who complained that the description was misleading and that they were only water-resistant. While I didn’t submerge myself in water, I was rained heavily on and stood near and behind waterfalls. My pants never felt like they were soaked through.
Hi friends! I hope you found this post helpful in your quest to find the perfect skinny leg snow pants. If you’d like to see what else I bought and took for my trip to Iceland, click here. If you end up buying these pants, let me know in the comments what you thought of them!