Slightly tailored and fully capable, the Women's Parkrose Pant is Dakine's primo snowboard pant. You don't need anyone to tell you that it looks good, but it's hard to pick up on the two layer waterproof and breathable membrane, water repellent DWR coating, and full seam taping just by looking. They're there, though, and they'll keep you dry as a drought whether you're sitting at the top of the pipe waiting your turn or getting waist deep turns through some Montana champagne. The slightly stretchy twill fabric and articulated knees let you move freely, so hiking up ridges and spinning through the park are easy, and the built in waistband adjustment tabs mean you can leave the belt at home. Dakine laid down some Primaloft Silver synthetic insulation, too, so you'll stay as warm as you do dry. If things get a little too steamy, though, you can pop open the mesh lined inseam vents and enjoy a cooling breeze around your down belows. Cool air is good, but cold snow isn't, so Dakine finished the Parkrose off with elastic boot gaiters and ankle zips to keep snow out of your boots, and included two cargo and two zippered pockets for and we're not even kidding stuff.