Description: Exposure Project Bobby Cargo Insulated Snowboard Pants
Here is a pair of Project Bobby Cargo Insulated Snow Pants, by Exposure. When you hear the name Exposure, you may think of hitting up some "freshies" on the North Slope. Or, maybe that alpine ascent you've been planning to do this winter season. Whatever the adventure, these pants will have you covered, and in more ways than one. For starters, these bad boys are insulated up to the brim, ensuring that you won't feel the cold as much. And another, the Bobby Cargos are made by Exposure. So you have a top notch brand behind this model. What more could you possibly need?
Ordered on Sat. night and received on Wed. St. Paul to IL. I'm 6' on the nose, a fit 180lbs, slight beer gut so 34" waist. The pants are the perfect legnth comes right down to the floor, waist is slightly big but that's fine as I'd rather have that than small. I can tighten the waist with a nylon belt which unfortunately these DO NOT come with.
Has two velcro flap pockets, 1 on the left thigh and 1 on right, also has a zipper pocket on right thigh. Hip and wallet pockets zip close to secure those valuables during a wipeout. However, they zip up to close which concerns me, might work open.
It was 12 degrees out this evening, no wind, wore the pants outside and sat for 15min on a plastic sled with only fleece sweat pants under snow pants and fleece jacket under Burton coat. My legs stayed warm, arms and shoulders were getting cold. A good feeling these will work very well skiing.
i recently bought these and used them the past weekend. they were great. they were pretty cheap and i was surprised how much padding and insulation they had when i put them on. i have a 32-33 waist and am 6ft tall and the medium fit me pretty well, a bit of extra room around the waist. really happy with the purchase
There's nothing flashy about them. I bought them for the price and bib-less style. The are a true to fit, good insulation design. side and waist pockets hold out the weather well enough, but I would still recommend keep the phone or other electronics up top in a jacket. Adjustable waistband with buttons holds them in place, but I like to wear a belt to keep them snug.
These pants are fairly well made and worked out perfectly for my glacier hike. Although they run very small because I'm an XXL in ladies and these were mens. I thought they would be swimming on me and they just about fit!
Best Answer:It really depends on what your waist size is and what size you try on. If you have 28 inch waist and try on a medium they'll be big, but if you have a 40 inch waist and try on a medium they'll be tight.
What is your waist measurement and what size are you asking about?
What's the inseam per size? I can't find ski pants long enough for my husband. He needs a 34 or 36 inch inseam. If this particular style/brand isn't long enough; does anyone have any suggestions? They need to be very well insulated to keep him warm.
A shopper on Jul 26, 2014
Best Answer:Check out the Insulated Salomon Pants below. They have a much longer inseam than the average ski/snowboard pants.
Best Answer:Yes. These pants contain 2 velcro pockets around the outer knee areas and the right one has a zipper pocket right above it. The pants do not have a skinny styling around the knees. They are straight.
Best Answer:As seen on the Sizing & Fit link that is located above the green Add to Cart button; the Exposure Project Bobby Cargo Insulated Cargo Pants size XL fit waist sizes between 35-40". You'll be good to go!