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Your winter weather running endeavors might require some serious protection. Salomon delivers with the XA WS Softshell Pant. Designed for winter elites who cannot hold back when the days are brutal, this pant has a WINDSTOPPER® softshell front face and soft, breathable interior. Great stretch allows necessary movement and three storage pockets keep you prepared for the worst of conditions.


  • Black (121140)


  • Approx. 31" inseam, 41" outseam (size Medium)
  • Softshell front blocks wind and water
  • Articulated knees
  • Soft interior
  • Button and zip waistline closure
  • Side secure zip pockets (6" zipper, 6"W x 7"H)
  • Back zipper pocket (4"W x 2"H)
  • Stretch, breathable back with brushed interior
  • 13.5" ankle zips with elastic hem
  • Reflective Salomon branding and details


  • WINDSTOPPER®: Front (100% Polyester), a substantial wind-blocking, water-resistant fabric designed with some breathability for maximum protection while running in frigid conditions
  • CLIMAWIND™ Softshell Double Weave: Back (90% Nylon/10% Elastane), a thin, breathable, high-stretch fabric with soft interior designed for warmth, breathability and mobility while running

Apparel Performance Characteristics

Apparel Fit: What's this?

  • Compression
  • Fitted
  • Semi-Fitted
  • Relaxed

Temperature Range °F: What's this?

  • Cold
    • Below 30
  • Moderate
    • 30-45
    • 40-55
    • 50-65
  • Hot
    • above 65

Fabric Thickness: What's this?

  • Thin
  • Medium
  • Thick

Customer Reviews

Comments: I'd been looking for some running pants that would keep me warm in the winter months (and that did't flop around like the Adidas warmup pants I'd been using the last couple of years). These Salomon Windstopper pants were almost perfect. They've got a slim fit so that they don't flap around in the breeze, but they're not embarrassingly slim like jogging tights.I have only one complaint - the windstopper material on the front is perfect, but it would have been nice if they'd put it on the back as well (at least on the buttocks area) to keep more warmth in. My tush got a tad cold when running in 20-degree Fahrenheit weather with a pair of Nike base-layer running tights on underneath. The next run I put on a pair of underwear briefs as well for an extra layer of warmth on my keister and that helped quite a bit. So, if you're running in sub-freezing temps, you'll need a layer or two underneath to keep warm. Otherwise, these pants look and feel great. Side note: I purchased these and a pair of Saucony running pants to see which I liked better. I liked the slimmer opening on the bottom of the Salomons better, as the Sauconys had the potential to drag on the ground since the leg opening was so big, even while zipped.
From: Bobby, Salt Lake City, UT, USA