|Taped Seams||Fully Taped|
|Jacket to Pant Interface||No|
|Layer Count||2 Layer|
|Company Waterproof Rating||Proprietary|
|Company Breathability Rating||Proprietary|
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The North Face Seymore 2015 Review by A Better Ski
The North Face Seymore is a great budget shell and great for those who don’t want a lot of insulation, and don’t need anything super technical or bomb-proof. The North Face Seymore fits pretty true to size, and has a loose fit great for layering under. North Face sells this as a park pant with a little baggier fit, and loose knees and ankles. Although it is loose fitting, I’m not sure it truly caters to the park crowd, and others will still find it a fine pant for all areas of the mountain. The North Face Seymore is not a bad pant for those on a budget, or those who don’t need anything super technical. It’s just a solid pant that can be worn just about any day on the mountain.
Pant Size – S – Regular
Normal Specs– 5’10”, 160 lbs,
Upper Body– 34.5” Chest, Torso Length 23” (collar bone to pant button), Shoulder Width Approx 22”, Arm Length 18.5” (pit to wrist)
Lower Body– 30” Waist, 38” Hips, 30” Inseam, 22” Thigh
Turn On’s: Size S Pants that have a bit more room in my thighs, that way I can actually use my pockets. And of course getting first chair with 12” of fresh powder on the mountain.
Turn Off’s: Size S Jackets that are too tight, and Size M jackets that are too loose in the waist. I really don’t like a loose waist that can allow cold air in, and I don’t like having to cinch down the waist. I also don’t like jackets that ride up when I’m skiing. Pants that fit too tight in the thigh, and I can’t use my pockets. Crowds in the mountains, and not being able to find a place to park in at the trailhead or ski resort.
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