Here are the matching pants to my BWOF sweatshirt. It is dang hard to take a picture of them because it is so dark. We are currently getting about six hours of daylight right now and all of that happens while I'm working. But, as I was explaining to another person recently, it is never dark in Alaska. In the winter we have a full-time on-duty moon and lots of snow to reflect the light. In the summer, it's just never dark. When I was 12 I went down to visit my father who lived in South Carolina. I remember stepping out on their deck at 8pm and it was inky black (weird) and hot (very weird for an Alaskan).
Anyway, here are the pants. I added about four inches to the hem at the bottom so they kind of flare at the hem.
These are my studded running shoes for those of you non-snow runners. They are four-wheeler studs that I screw into the bottom of my shoes. I used to use hex head screws from the hardware store but they round off after about 20 miles.
The pockets are nice and deep but a bit low to be totally comfortable.
The flared cuff again.