The Lib Tech Go Car pant is a solid pant for the price. It has decent 15k/10k waterproofing and breathability, a ton of pockets, and a built in pant “powder skirt”. It’s a great buy for the price, and would good for skiers that get out a decent amount of days during the year, and don’t want to spend the $ for a high end technical shell.
Lib Tech Go Car Pant Review
Pant Size: S
Matt’s Specs: Sizing Info
Waterproofing and Breathability: The Lib Tech Go Car pant has a 15k/10k waterproof and breathable membrane. This is about middle of the road as far as waterproofing, but should be more than enough for skiers in drier climates. It will hold up decently well on wet days, but probably not the best option for those skiers that see more wet days than dry. Breathability is okay, but again not great. It won’t be the best option for skiers that do a lot of boot packing or hiking, but will be fine for lapping the park or skiing the rest of the mountain.
Fit: The Lib Tech Go Car pant has a loose freestyle fit. It feels true to size, and the waist was a good fit. The legs just tend to run a bit on the loose side. This would be a good fit for those who want the freestyle look, or for those who need the extra mobility you get from a loose pant. They also run just a touch long, but I never felt like they were overly long or loose.
Warmth: The Lib Tech Go Car pant is not insulated. These are better suited to mild weather, or for those who run warm. If you’re working hard in the park, these pants will provide plenty of warmth.
Features: The coolest feature of the Lib Tech Go Car pant is the removable “storm skirt”. Like a bib, it does a great job of keeping snow out on those days you’re skiing blower pow. It’s a nice feature that adds a bit more protection from the elements. In addition to the storm skirt, the Lib Tech Go Car has decent waterproofing and breathability. They also have a TON of pockets that would be great for people that have a lot of gear to bring with. This is really a lot of pant for the price, and would be good for a lot of different skiers. It does have a loose fit that caters a bit more to freestyle skiers, but it’s comfortable and still very functional.