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Boulder Gear Ridge Snowboard Pants Red

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$48.95 - $49.00
Sugg. Retail: $75.00
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Specs

Material: nylon
Insulation:
  • No
Fabric Waterproof:
  • 1,000mm
Fabric Breathability:
  • 1,000g
Fit:
  • Regular
Venting:
  • No
Seams Taped: No
Pockets: 4
Jacket - Pants Connections: No
Gaiters: No
Side Zip: No
Recco Reflector: No
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Cold Weather
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Boulder Gear Ridge Snowboard Pants Red

End your phobia of getting wet with these Boulder Gear Ridge Snowboard Pants. The 100% Gram Needle Punch Nylon pants with DWR technology keep you dry regardless of falls or light rain to wet snow. The level 1 protection has you protected better than owning a dragon in Avatar. The technology and comfort fit are comparable to more expensive brands. Save money and look cool at the same time in Boulder Gear Ridge.

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price and color
Ronak K on Jan 21, 2014
price color
Laurie C on Dec 31, 2013
Great color, great price
Suzanne C on Jan 14, 2014
color and price
Charmaine C on Dec 19, 2013
How war are these snow pants??
A shopper on Dec 12, 2013
Best Answer: If you ment warm*, then they are pretty warm. I haven't recieved mine yet, but my brother has similar ones by the same company. They are warm and comfortable.
Reply · Report · David G on Dec 13, 2013
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Do they keep you warm in really cold weather?
David S on Dec 12, 2013
Best Answer: Hi David,

It really depends on what you consider to be really cold weather. For a Costa Rican, rally cold is 75 degrees F, but for an Native Inuit really cold would be -50 degrees F.

The Boulder Gear Ridge Snowboard Pants are classified as a technical shell. If you want to stay warm in temperatures below freezing it would be a good idea to layer underneath. Check out the link below for base layer bottoms.

Base Layer Bottoms: http://www.the-house.com/base-layer-bottoms.html
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 13, 2013
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