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Cham Pant

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Completing the new and improved, purpose-built shell kit, the CHAM PANT received the same fabric update as the Cham Jacket with the ultralight, air-permeable, and breathable Schoeller® Aerobrane. Add in the 3L fabric’s 4-way stretch and weather-proofing, the active fit, special considerations for crampon use, and a simplistic webbing and hook built-in belt adjustment, the Cham pant is ready for comfortable, unrestricted motion on swift ascents and descents in all conditions.

Plus, with neutral colors and a gender graded size scale, we’re extra proud to make this iteration of Cham unisex fit. Please check the size guide.

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Pete Gaston skinning through snow-covered trees in the cham pant

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William P.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Finally a lighweight touring pant that isn't skin tight!

Awesome pants! Material is lightweight, breathable, and stretchy. I've got the capitol pants in a size M and I'd say this is slightly trimmer, but pretty spot on. Pant cuffs actually fit over my Tecnica Zero G Pro Tours well even when in full walk mode. My only critiques: The Waistbelt is a bit overly stretchy; I'm on the tightest loop and might need to shorten it. Beacon pouch in the right pocket could be moved lower and more to the side. I've got thick legs so putting the beacon in the existing pouch is uncomfortable.

  • How would you rate the sizing of this product? Runs SmallPerfectRuns Large
  • What size did you purchase? M
  • What is your favorite mountain or place to ride? LCC - UT
John K.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Cham Pant

Beautiful pants, that frankly are better tailored than any of my dress pants. I would like a touch more stretch, but Schoeller will have to engineer that. These are awesome for uphilling and spring resort skiing, and I have raced a 10K Nordic in them. Cham pant is my go-to for these activities.

  • How would you rate the sizing of this product? Runs SmallPerfectRuns Large
  • What size did you purchase? S
  • What is your favorite mountain or place to ride? Aspen Highlands
Ted M.
My go-to touring ski pant.

The new Cham pant is an awesome upgrade to an old time favorite. The shell material is more durable as is the cuff and gaiter. It still has great venting to let off some heat on the skin up, and it's still warm enough to spin laps on the chairlift mid-winter.

Strafe Outerwear Cham Pant Review
Max T.
Go to cold weather touring pant

These are my go to cold weather touring pant. Combination of breathability and stretch in a waterproof pant are unmatched. I love the interior mesh pocket with clip for my beacon.

Beautiful, Functional Pants

These are beautiful pants. I tried on and purchased models from much larger competitors and returned them all for this. It has a best-in-class avy pocket and belt/waistband system. The mesh avy pocket is just about flawless in design and location. The material is great too. I was worried they'd be too cold in wind or too hot in warm conditions, but they have performed exceptionally well in every conceivable weather except for monsoon rains (haven't worn them in a deluge, but have in a rainstorm--no problems). They breath better than any pant I've ever owned. I think because they breath so well, I can just wear a pair of capilene long underwear on warmer days (up to 40 F) and not worry about it. The vents and fabric keep the pants comfortable. We skinned in bright sun with temps in the very high 30s/low 40s and I didn't even sweat. Pants held up against strong winds in white out conditions in teens (disclosure: haven't worn them in single digit temps yet) and they were perfectly warm even on lift service days. If it ever looks like Strafe will discontinue, I will buy another pair regardless of the state of my current pair. One caveat: the gray shows dirt quickly, as you'd expect, and Grangers couldn't get rid of some of the tougher stains. They look fine, just not ready for lunch in San Moritz. Also, I weighed them on a digital scale and they are lighter than Arcteryx and Patagucci's offerings (to be fair, both companies make gorgeous back country pants, but these are lighter. About 2 oz lighter than Pata's Reconnaissance and lighter still than Arc's touring pant.