Protect your bottom from the elements.
- Fully taped seams and 15K-rated waterproof fabric keep you riding or skiing on blower pow days
- 3M Thinsulate insulation warms your core and wicks moisture
- Unzip the inner thigh vents to dump excess heat on the hike
- Signature fit flatters your bod and gives you a slim look without restricting movement
- Boot gaiters block out snow, and pant cuff savers protect the bottom hem from damage
- Plenty of pockets to stash your cash or vices
Share your thoughts
I got the teal pants and the color is great! The only negative I found about the pant was that they are tighter around the knees and I prefer more straight pants. This is my second pair of Oakley pants and they are very warm and well insulated. I recommend this!!
These board pants are super comfy, warm and look great but I'm normally a medium and they were too big. Unfortunately there are no Smalls left so I can't buy these again
these pants will definitely keep you warm and dry... but in my opinion, the legs are too bulky in an unflattering way. this style also comes in a "lite" version that is just a shell and it's much cuter looking. they wont keep you as warm, but to be honest, i'm more worried about looking good. check them out:
Not my favorite...
Just got these pants in graphite - they looked awesome in the picture, but they just didn't work for me. The zippers and stitching look like they are teal in the picture, but they are all actually a cold silver and the fit is very loose. The fabric seems really durable and is unique and I love the additional pockets - they're stylish and convenient.
Not Cut For A Skier's Body
I was getting tired of plain,boring black pants, and thought these looked cute and fun. Normally I wear Medium in ski pants from most Outdoor brands, but in my experience Oakley clothing has run big. I tried these on in a Small. They were indeed cute and fun, but would not have worked for me for actual skiing. While I don't have huge, bulging quads, I do have perhaps bigger than average thighs and apparently a big butt compared to my waist (a common problem with jeans). These felt too tight in the upper leg for skiing, and there was a huge gap at my waist. The pants were tight in the butt, and then the waistband stuck out about 2" or 3" from my lower back. That just wouldn't work for keeping out snow and cold air. I think the Medium would have fit better in the upper leg and butt, but it probably would have sat too low for being practical for skiing. These would be a fun choice for those with leaner legs, but they are definitely not made for a skier butt.