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touring salopettes for stumpy legs

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Can anyone recommend good quality salopettes suitable for ski touring, light, vent zips goretex etc, but with short leg options? Most of the brands seem to have one leg length roughly proportional to waist size.
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have a look at lancashire sport repairs , they do a great job of professionally shortening goretex gear , which greatly increases your choice of salopettes

one short leg option that i have is
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One of the popular german brands schoffel does short leg options you may be lucky on sale at the big chains into this May or you may not be .
For a average 1-3 week trip per season on sale they will be a good option if the fit is right of course .
Some thigh diameters can be too tight depends on the person .

Arcteryx does the Procline FL soft shell in a short leg but the Alpha AR gtx in std lenght is a good ( goretex touring) pant even though it will be 2-3cm too long its light so any excess just sits on you boots and is not a issue .
With full zips and removable narrow/thin/light suspenders also inner leg ties

Haglofs will do some but out of the three brands above schoffel is easier to find and try on and the Std lenght Arcteryx alpha AR.
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might be some suggestions in this thread
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