The Bonfire women’s Prism pants have a load of features to give any rider the versatility they need and keep them warm and dry out on the hill. They have 60 grams of insulation for those extra cold days and inseam vents for the warmer blue bird days, and are covered with durable heavy oxford fabric. They feature 10k waterproofing and 8k breathability which will promise you not to hold any body moisture in and also keep water out. The rider can easily adjust the waist and they even have a special little loop to hang their lift ticket.
The very first thing I noticed when I tried on the Bonfire Prisms was how thick they were. These pants are insulated up the Yin Yang. So if you live in an area where you generally have colder temperatures, or for many women, just have difficulty staying warm outside, these are the pants for you. The next thing about these pants I really liked was the way they fit. I thought they sat well on my body and they still had room for movement so they wouldn’t be restricting for whatever moves you wanna throw down on the hill. The sizing chart online was really accurate too. The size I usually wear for jeans was exactly what I needed for the Prisms.
The cargo pockets were inside the pants rather than having them patched on to the outside. I liked this better because it felt like anything I would have in there is more protected. I tried on the sapphire blue pants but they also are available here at The House in a glacier blue and violet purple, so they will match just about anyone’s taste for color. I would most definitely recommend these pants to anyone that rides in colder temperatures, likes a little bit of wiggle room in the fit, and wants to look good on the hill.