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Ortovox Cevedale Pant


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The ski-touring pant that indicates you mean business. Sexy enough for formal occasions, the Ortovox Cevedale is also a workhorse touring pant. The pants are made with lots of Cordura, an incredibly durable fabric made popular in military applications in which the quality of your gear can make the difference between life and death. However, Cordura is a relatively stiff fabric which is why Ortovox added the miracle fabric: Lycra. This sends the flexibility and breathability ratings through the roof in comparison to military uniforms. True to Ortovox’s environmentally-friendly reputation, the lining of the pants, aka next-to-skin layer, is 100% Tasmanian Merino wool. This naturally sweat-wicking and thermoregulating fiber keeps the internal climate at a specific temperature: perfect. With the durability of army fatigues and the mobility of much lighter knickers, the Cevedale is a category-shattering ski touring pant. We hope you love them too.

  • Two front hip-pockets and a right thigh-pocket offer enough storage for items like an inclinometer, beacon, camera, phone, or food.
  • Cordura fabric passes an obscenely high 80,000 abrasion cycles on the Martindale test.
  • Zippered cuffs allow easy access to any boot buckle system on the market.
  • Integrated gaiter with silicone-coated lining for breathable weather-poofing.
  • Tasmanian wool is comfortable, wicks sweat, and remains odor-free longer than polyester.
  • Integrated belt is adjustable, fashionable, and probably has unforeseen applications.

Update 2020/21: Ortovox is staying chic, offering a tweaked design for the Cevedale Pants that includes a thinner belt and a back pocket!

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471g [M-Reg Length]
Ventilation N/A
Pockets 2 hip, 1 thigh
Waist Belt
Cuffs Zipped with internal gaiters, button clasp
Specs Verified Yes
Fit Standard
Materials   Polyamide, Elastane, Polyurethane, Merino wool
Insulation N/A
Seams Overlock Stitch
Lining Tasmanian Merino wool
Coating Water Repellent
Skimo Co Says
Usage Ski touring, formals
Notes PFC Free
Bottom Line All business, all the time
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Mark
My Levi's are 34x34 (I'm 6'1" 180 lbs). What size would you recommend in Ortovox and Millet pants? I want a bit of room, but not baggy, and I almost never wear long underwear.

Answer from Lrow
Hi Mark,

Medium seems like it would be a good match for you. The pants are not 'athletic' in taper, more a regular fit.

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Question from PeeOnSki
Howdy skimo, how windproof are these badboys?
Answer from Emmett I

Considering they're a softshell pant, they're very windproof. The fabric on the back of the pants isn't super stretchy like lots of pants either, which decreases flexibility but increases wind resistance. For something even more windproof, check out the Crazy Idea Neutron pants.
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Question from Keith
I have a Col Becchei pant. I like it but find it to snug and can't wear a base layer with it on colder days. Do you know how much roomier the Cevedale pant would be? Also does it have a beacon clip in the pocket?
Answer from Jeff
Hi Keith, So the Ortovox are some of the more relaxed fit pants we carry. I compared a few others to the Col Becchi and this was the only one I found that appeared wider in the thigh. San Martino . The thigh pocket isn't big enough for a beacon. No clips in the other pockets.
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Question from Sam Burke
How waterproof are these? For example, if you dig a pit and are on your knees looking at a bottom layer, would these wet through? Also how would you compare the to the Ortovox Col Becchoi Pants? Which would be better for touring in Interior British Columbia? Thanks in advance!
Answer from Zak M
Hey Sam, overall the Cevedale is fairly water-resistant but by no means waterproof. Heavy wet storms and kneeling around in pits I would say would be right up the Cevedales alley. The Col Becchei Pants will be around the same weight with the addition of the SCHOELLER® material and a slightly tighter fit. Both pants could have the ability to perform similarly so I would go with which one fits the best!
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