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A straightforward-looking snowboard pant with a flattering fit and fully taped seams.

For a straightforward look and weather protection that keeps you slinging sexy from your first run to your post-shred bar stop, there's the Nikita Women's Pilatus Pant. Technical fabric blocks fresh flurries, and the laid-back design keeps you looking good. Inseam vents help keep you comfortable during sunny, warm afternoons while stretch leg gaiters, a zip hem adjustment, and boot hooks enable the Pilatus to wear well over your ski or snowboard boots while also blocking out snow and the cold. Two hand and two zippered back pockets stash your aprés cash or lip balm.

  • Polyester shadow weave fabric with DWR coating (10K/8K), fully taped seams
  • Brushed tricot and taffeta lining
  • Classic fit
  • Inseam vents
  • Stretch leg gaiters with hook-and-loop opening and boot hooks
  • Hem drawcord cinch
  • Zip hem adjustment
  • Two hand and two zippered back pockets

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Great pants!

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I bought these as a Christmas gift for my wife. They were better than I was expecting and fit wonderfully. My wife is about 5'4" and these pants in small fit her a little loose, which was desired. The material is quality and the construction as well. Waterproofing at 10k keeps her dry all day even though she is learning and sits a lot. They look awesome! I couldn't have asked for any thing more.

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