2010 Model No Longer Available
Marker Ltd Betty Pant - Women's - 2010 BCS
There isn't much time to primp for a day of deep stashes or big park lines so Marker Ltd did the stylin' for you with this Betty Pant. The slightly fitted look through the hips and thighs flows into a necessary yet stylish boot cut to go over those pesky ski boot buckles. So get out there and put on an insane display of ski-tastic skills because the Betty Pant has your butt (and your on-mountain fashion sense) covered.
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August 23, 2012
Based on the reviews of them running big I went ahead and purchased the size 4 pant which is my street size in pants and skirts. These pants fit me perfectly. I'm 5'5" 133lbs, slender build. I'm not sure of the other sizes but the size 4 are street size 4's. They have a higher waist in the back which I love, outside thigh vents, plenty of pockets and kept me warm and dry. Really digging these pants. I bought the white last season and recently picked up the black. Super price!
February 20, 2012
Way are there any stars at all. They are way too big. I didn't even see all these comments, just the rating stars and they have 3 stars! Not even!! I can't even make them work! So now I have to start all over again. I won't have new ski pants in time for my trip.
February 18, 2012
These pant run HUGE - 1-2 sizes too big based on their size chart. I ordered the 6 based on the size chart and am returning for the 4, which is the smallest size they have. I hope the smaller size will work as I like the pants otherwise and you can't beat the price.
November 15, 2011
Waaaaaay too long and quite baggy. I normally wear a size 14 and even with an extra layer underneath the 14s were much too big. I also have a short inseam...but petites are usually too short so I fall intbetween a regular and a petite (a 30-31" inseam is perfect for me). I took a gamble on these and they are miles too long. It is frustrating that the inseam length doesn't show up on the website!
October 3, 2011
If you're upset this is a super sweet deal, but sad that they're girl pants(if youre a guy) and are on the fence about it i'd say go for it. In real life pants I wear a 30 waist that's kinda tight but not super tight. Or I wear a 32 waist which is kinda loose. I ordered a size 14 which the sizing chart says is a waist size of 31. So I figured I would be ok (even though I wanted them a little baggy) My pants came in today and the waist is MUCH bigger than a 31 (I guess its suppose to be roomier for girls since they have bigger hips) but the waste seems more like a 33-34 waist. So if you like your snow pants a little baggy I'd say go for the correct waist size you are. If you like them a little tighter I'd say go a size down.
Also they have a little strap on the belt line on the hips to make it tighter. But if you don't strap them in the pants are super loose. (even looser than the 2-3 inch gain I mentioned before)
I hope this helped with convincing you to get them and choosing the correct size
- [shell] polyester, waterproof breathable membrane; [lining] nylon; [seat lining] fleece
- Fabric Waterproof Rating:
- 5000 mm
- Fabric Breathability Rating:
- 5000 g/mē
- polyester (60g)
- straight leg, classic
- side zips
- Side Zips:
- yes, elasticized
- critical seams taped
- internal adjustable tabs
- 2 zippered handwarmer, 2 back
- 1 lb 7 oz
- Recommended Use: