The North Face Freedom Insulated LRBC Pant - Women's
Whether you prefer groomers, bumps, steeps, or deep pow, The North Face Women's Freedom Insulated LRBC Pant gives you plenty of mobility to slash those turns.
- Waterproof HyVent 2-layer fabric and fully taped seams protect you from the wrath of Mother Nature
- Mesh thigh vents and lower gaiter vents boost airflow while you make top-to-bottom runs or hike for your turns
- Heatseeker Eco insulation helps keep your core toasty on frigid days
- Stretchy fabric gives you unrestricted movement when you dart around trees and conquer the bumps
- A low-rise boot cut for a flattering look
- Smooth recycled taffeta lining makes it easy to layer underneath for sub-zero days
- Gaiters block out snow
- Multiple pockets stash your small essentials
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TNF Freedom Insulated Pant
August 26, 2012
Really happy with these pants. They kept me warm & dry. Wore them with just thermals underneath in 4degrees Celsius & snowing.
Comfortable fit and the adjustable waist tabs are handy too. Bought a medium, which I found true to size - they were a little big (which i was expecting) but the adjustable tabs ensured they stayed put on my hips. I am 5'7" & 136lb (173cm, 62kg).
My husband has the non-insulated men's freedom pant but had to wear thermals & a shell pant underneath.
How's the hip fit on these? Many pants I try on in stores
How's the hip fit on these? Many pants I try on in stores (jeans, dress pants, even my own 686 snowboard pants) are a bit snug in the waist but too loose in the leg. I wear a size 0 pant, but have wide hips for my thin figure. How do these pants compare?
February 9, 2012
70% Stoked 30% Bummer
April 22, 2012
I'm glad I got these on sale because they are in no way waterproof. You can't sit on packed powder for five seconds without getting thoroughly soaked through the insulation & through your long underwear too!
BUT these are the ONLY pants who's waist adjusts tight enough to really stay up on deep, soggy days AND ALSO loosens enough for park/mogul riding & road tripping to the mountain.
What is the waterproof rating on this pant?
What is the waterproof rating on this pant?
November 28, 2011
Hey there, I am going to put this age old question to rest, hopefully...
Basically the difference between a waterproof rating in PSI vs MM of H2O is the type of test the Co. uses...
So lets do the math and come up with a universal formula to convert PSI to MM and back.
PSI is lb/in^2
So lets convert PSI to inches of water... (X)27.68
So 1 PSI = 27.68 inches of water
27.68 inches of water = 70.3072 CM of water [27.68 x 2.54cm]
70.3072 CM of water = 703.072 MM of water
1 PSI = 703.072 MM of water...
THUS, 25 PSI = 17,576.8 MM of water
MM of water = [(PSI)(703.072)]
PSI = [(MM of water)/(703.072)]
Yeah! I can sleep easy now...
By: Dean Whitehead
November 30, 2011
April 18, 2012
I haven't purchased a new pair of ski pants in sooo long as I have such a difficult time finding a decent fit for both my short body and small pocket book, but these pants fit both perfectly! Since I'm quite short, I was able to shorten these pants as there weren't alot of fancy zippers, etc on the bottom edge. I love having the extra pockets in the pants and the brown color was perfect match to my new ski jacket by a different company!!! I'm very happy with them even tho the waist sits a little low... I'll remember to wear longer turtle neck next season!
If i'm getting the Northface Tri-climate jacket in Acoustic
If i'm getting the Northface Tri-climate jacket in Acoustic Blue, will they match (its says the same color, but i just want to double check)
October 12, 2011
Too low cut at the waist
April 9, 2012
For my liking, it was too low cut, letting cold air, etc. in. I ended up returning them for this reason only. Otherwise, they were a good fit.
March 1, 2012
I'm 5'1, bought XS(short). It fits quite well. I wish it slimmer , though.
February 1, 2012
I thought I finally found the perfect pant for my Size small 35" inseam body. It is nearly impossible to find Snowboard pants long enough. I would easily give them 5 stars except for the velcro at the snap waist. Why on earth would you want Velcro and a snap closure? I spend hundreds on good base layers only to have them snagged by Velcro.
Bar Tab closure - no Velcro would be PERFECT!
Great ski pant
January 14, 2012
I am petite, 5' 1" and 100 lbs, so it is was difficult to find ski pants that actually fit. These pants fit very well and were very warm and comfortable.
nice but not warm
January 4, 2012
I got these for cold days because they are inulated but I wore them on a cold 20 degree day and found them to be chilly.. I have 3 pair of shell pants and I was looking for a warm pair but these are not the warm ones. I have a pair of boy"s spider pants that fit the bill.. I guess I'm back to the kids section again
Research out-of-stock versions:
- [membrane/laminate] HyVent (2-layer); [shell] polyester faille; [lining] solid recycled taffeta
- Fabric Waterproof Rating:
- 25 PSI
- Fabric Breathability Rating:
- 625 g/mē
- Heatseeker Eco (60g)
- low-rise boot cut
- Chimney Venting
- Side Zips:
- yes, with gripper elastic
- fully taped
- adjustable tabs
- 2 zippered handwarmer, 1 cargo
- Recommended Use:
- skiing, alpine activities
- Manufacturer Warranty: