Women's Snow Pants & Bibs

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Roxy Women's Nadia Ski Pants
  • Mellow Rose
  • Smoked Paprika
  • Dark Forest
  • Egret
  • Heather Grey
  • Sunset Gold
  • True Black
Roxy Women's Nadia Ski Pants

$101.99 - $209.95

WAS: $179.95*

Roxy Women's Chloe Kim Snow Pants
  • Azure Blue Clouds
  • Gray Violet Marble
Roxy Women's Chloe Kim Snow Pants

$167.99 - $244.95

WAS: $239.95 - $244.95*

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Columbia Women's Modern Mountain 2.0 Pants
  • Aqua Haze
  • Night Wave
  • Beetroot
  • Grey Ash
Columbia Women's Modern Mountain 2.0 Pants

$69.99 - $89.99

WAS: $110.00 - $130.00*

Burton Women's Society Snow Pants
  • Stout White Voyager
  • Forest Night
  • True Black
Burton Women's Society Snow Pants

$149.95 - $169.95

WAS: $169.95 - $249.95*

Learn More About Women’s Snow Pants & Bibs

When you want to go out and hit the slopes, you’ll need high-quality women’s snow pants or bibs. They all come with different features. Therefore, there are a few things to consider before choosing the perfect bottoms at Public Lands.

Snow Bibs or Snow Pants?

As you can guess from the name, women’s snow pants are constructed to deal with snow — but they’re otherwise like regular pants. In contrast, women’s snow bibs have straps that reach over your shoulders to keep your bottoms secure. These straps usually go unseen once you add a coat.

Bibs are practical if you’re moving around a lot; they keep your bottoms from sliding down over time. They also reach higher up your torso than regular snow pants, so they provide greater protection from the elements.

Tights and Leggings

Tights and leggings make fantastic baselayers. You can put them under regular snow pants to add another layer of warmth between your body and the frigid winter air. You might even choose to wear only insulated leggings if you’re in a mildly chilly environment.

Tights and leggings are easy to tuck into your boots for extra ankle protection.

Cargo and Trail Pants

Cargo and trail pants are often less form-fitting than other options. They also have more pockets. If you’ll be stomping around in the snow rather than zooming over it, these might be a good option for you.