Skimo Co

Crazy Idea Neutron Pant

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Like a cute, fluffy, and adventurous Snow Yeti, the Crazy Idea Neutron Pant is at home doing intense aerobic activity in cold winter climates. It achieves this with the use of windproof, weather-resistant, and highly breathable softshell fabric in the upper regions of the pant, combined with a waterproof, stretchy, and abrasion-resistant fabric in the lower legs. This winning combination allows for the maximum amount of weather protection without getting “soggy” on the skin track. The abrasion resistance of the lower also acts to keep errant ski edges, crampon points, or claws from ruining your stylish new pants. Because backcountry skiers and Snow Yetis are known to have voracious appetites, the Neutron has 3 pockets, letting you keep snacks or other valuables close at hand. For technical missions in cold weather, pull on the Crazy Idea Neutron Pant.

  • A stretchy waistband with Velcro helps to keep the skin track modest.
  • Three zip secured pockets allow for easy access to the “must-have” items throughout your tour.
  • Two side vents to dump heat.
  • Waterproof integrated gaiters with stretchy hem gusset and zipper work to keep moisture out while fitting over most ski touring boots on the market.
  • Regular fit isn’t too baggy or tight, it’s just right.

Update 2024/25: The gaiter has been revised to offer a better fit around ski boot cuffs.

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490g [48]
Ventilation 2 side zippered vents
Pockets 2 front, 1 thigh
Waist Elastic
Cuffs Elastic
Specs Verified Yes
Fit Regular
Materials   WP-2, Armor Abrasion Resistance, X-Buckle 3
Insulation None
Seams Flatlock
Lining None
Coating DWR
Skimo Co Says
Usage Mountaineering, ski mountaineering in colder conditions
Notes Windproof materials with abrasion resistant cuffs
Bottom Line Touring pants to keep you comfy no matter what the weather is doing
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Joe
Are you going to get any size 44's in?
Answer from Gabriel I
Hi Joe, the 46 is the smallest size we're getting this season.
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Question from Andrew S
Hey there! I'm 6'0 and anywhere from 180-185lbs with rather larger legs. I tried on the CI Avenger pant last year and found L a bit too snug and XL better but kind of loose. What are your thoughts on size for these?
Answer from Niko M
Hi Andrew,
It can often be difficult to accurately comment on clothing fits remotely, however with the casual fitting and elastic nature of these pants, I'd imagine the size L would fit you well. If you found the XL in the Avenger to be too large, the XL in these likely would not be a good fit. Thanks!
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Question from Pavel
Hello ! I have a dynafit tlt touring size 46/S euro. My size for crazy idea us/Xs???
Answer from Jeff
Pavel, I can't give you a definite answer. First we haven't seen this model yet to try on. Different models vary in fit. Dynafit usually fits more like US sizes, so yes, you may need to size up for Crazy. The Neutron does have Velcro tabs to tighten up the waist, so a Small may still work. I wear the Cervino Ultra in Small, I can follow up when I get a chance to try on.
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