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List Price US $600
Arc’teryx Cassiar pant review
Type Shell
Treatment Type Gore-Tex Laminate
Insert Type Gore-Tex
Insulation Type None
Taped Seams Fully Taped
Waterproof Zippers Yes
Bib No
Jacket to Pant Interface No
Venting Outer
Meshed Vents Yes
Layer Count 1 Layer
Company Waterproof Rating Above 20k
Company Breathability Rating Above 20K
Manufactured in
Waterproofing Excellent
Breathability Great
Warmth Average
Fit

Semi Tight

Packability

Thin

Arc'teryx Cassiar 2018 - 2017 Review by A Better Ski

Arc’teryx Cassiar Pant Review and Video

The Arc’teryx Cassiar is a piece from the White Line Series, and more of a resort oriented pant from Arc’teryx.  Because it’s a resort focused piece, doesn’t mean that it lacks the beef of other Arc’teryx pieces, with 3-layer GORE-TEX, vents and YKK sealed zippers.

Tester: Chris

Size: 34

Specs: See “Outerwear Sizing”

Fit: The first thing that I noticed about the Arc’teryx Cassiar pant is the awesome stretch to the material, this creates a really nice fitting pant that doesn’t feel like it holds you back when walking or skiing.  This pant is from the White Line series and has some really nice resort oriented features, like fleece lined pockets, mesh to protect the leg vents and a nice velcro waist system that is located in the waist band.  This pant was a bit large on me at a “34” but the velcro waist take-up did a really good job pulling in the extra fabric, and good thing, because these pants lack belt loops (and I dont think you need them).  The only thing that I don’t like about the waist closure is that it just has 2 small buttons which may pop open under strenuous activity without a belt.

Function: Perfect form and function for the resort, just invest in some nice base layers to go under this uninsulated pant. The hand warming pockets and vents are placed nicely and will function well.  The cuff is reinforced and large enough to fit over your boot without binding, there is not a zipper on the cuff which means that you will have to remove your boots to take off the pants.

Overall: At almost $600, these pants don’t offer enough for me, but there will be some resort riders that like the lack of “tech” and enjoy the fit of a more mature looking pant.  There are few brands that do this fit really well (stretch) and Arc’teryx is definitely one of them.

Thanks jans-new

 
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