Skimo Co

Millet Touring Intense Pant


Like the jacket, the Millet Touring Intense Pant is designed to eat up elevation gain. The body-hugging X-Fit™ design is efficient for climbing and skiing. Stirrups and boot buckle cutouts mean you don’t have to fuss with your cuffs during transitions. The comfortable elastic waist is adjustable with a pull cord and stays in place. The Touring Intense pants are lightweight, breathable, and born to skin.

  • Ergonomic cut with articulated knees allows resistance-free skinning.
  • Elastic waistband has a drawcord adjustment to dial in the daily fit.
  • Bonded cuff patches can be cut out for various boot-buckle systems.
  • Zippered waist pocket is nice for the one or two items you must carry.
  • Hardtex™ scuff guards have gripper elastic to stay place over a ski boot.
  • Revolutionnal® Energy Knit fabric is abrasion resistant and just plain fast.
convert to ounces
220g [S]
Ventilation N/A
Pockets Right hip
Waist Elastic with drawcord
Cuffs Scuff guards, stirrups, buckle cut-outs
Specs Verified Yes
Fit Body-hugging
Materials   71% polyamide, 12% Lycra Xtra-Life
Insulation N/A
Lining None
Coating DWR
Skimo Co Says
Usage Performance touring, training, racing
Notes Gripper silicone keeps cuffs in place
Bottom Line Good alternative to a one piece suit
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Questions & Reviews

Jonathan S (used product a few times)
I'm becoming increasingly fond of wearing lycra all the time, but more so separates than suits for anything other than racing and in-bounds training.
And for pants/tights, I'm going lighter & lighter to the point where in warm temps all I want is essentially the bottom half of a race suit.

But I still do want a secure pocket.
Is that too much to ask?

From some of my favorite race clothing companies, apparently yes -- why can't they include even just one little pocket on their skimo tights, especially when their workout/running tights include a pocket?
Fortunate Millet has heard my plea: these pants/tights are exactly what I want!

And although the pocket is pretty much imperceptible with nothing in it, it is nevertheless big enough even to have excess space for a Pieps Micro beacon.

For fit, as with other race clothing, a Euro Medium is perfect for me.
Just remember though that with Millet a Euro Medium is still a Medium over here, in contrast to much of the competition that relabels a Euro Medium a Small in the U.S. (and so on for other size translations).
Reply from Jonathan S
Millet Touring Intense Pant on the summit of Mount Shasta (Father's Day, 2017).
(My partner is wearing the Crazy Idea Century pant.)
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Model: Touring Intense

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