Description: Exposure Project Bobby Cargo Insulated Snow 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.
These pants are good quality and have room to wear regular pants under. My son is 5ft 10in and 130lbs. Length is perfect for his height right now. Waist is slightly big for my son, but with a snow pants belt it works well. Description says they are not waterproof, but they repel melted snow nicely, keeps from soaking his clothes. Would recommend, and would buy another pair when the time comes.
I was very happy with the pants I purchased I used them in Breckinridge for my first real snowboarding trip they kept me dry and had plenty of insulation for warmth I'll definitely be shopping for my gear from you guys soon thanks again !
I work outdoors and needed something to keep me warm and dry, unfortunately for me I ordered a size to big but a little roll up on the legs worked. I didn't want to send them back because of the server cold, ice and snow we were having in the north east and needed pants right away. Pants are comfortable and cargo pockets are awesome. I would definitely recommend these pants!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Great pants for the money! Haven't had a chance to go snowboarding in them yet, but I've worn them outside shoveling and sledding and they have kept me warm and dry! (Base layer underneath) Definitely would recommend!
What is the length of these pants? specifically medium but I'm pretty tall too so want to know if they are long enough.
A shopper on Jan 30, 2014
Best Answer:I purchased an XL for my boyfriend who is 6'2 and 195. I had my father try them on since both men are around the same size and they fit my father well with enough room to wear thin pants underneath. The length is fine as well. There's enough length without being baggy. I would say if you're pretty tall go with a Large. Hope this helps!
I'm a waist size 30-31. Is the sizing chart correct? In the answers to the earlier questions they say that the chart is incorrect and the M waist size is 35-37, which would make the L much bigger than the 32-35 stated. I'm trying to decide between the S and the M and this incorrect info is not helping. I prefer a tighter fit, but not too tight and usually wear a small in snowboarding pants.
A shopper on Feb 3, 2015
Best Answer:The size guide was provided by us by Exposure. They express that their size charts are correct.
Best Answer:Too small. I am not sure the exact length since I ended up returning them since they were too small for me. My suggestion is to buy at least 1 size bigger. Sorry I don't know the exact measurement. But I hope this helps.
Best Answer:Ben is correct, vents will be listed under the features section in the description. The Exposure Project Bobby Cargo Insulated Snow Pants are trying to hit a price point and be a really good value for the money, so they left out the vents.
wld the med-32 be ok for me with a pair of pants on under them? or is that without anything under them? i ordered them but if to tight when wear iver jeans or swrat pants i will want to exchange for a bigger size. hope you can do that if needed. if works and are comfy i will be ordering a few pair. thank you audray keller
Best Answer:I purchased these pants specificly for skiing. I just spent three straight days in WV (8 hrs/day) skiing in these pants. They were very comfortable, durable, good fit and have a lot of useful pockets that zipper. I wore compression pants under them all the time and was perfectly warm in temperatures down to 19 degrees. I am very pleased with the quality pant I received for the price.
You could go either way with the Exposure Project Bobby Cargo Snow Pants. There is a good amount of insulation, but if you want to stay ultra warm you could layer up, and im that case it's always better to go a little bigger with the XL.
Best Answer:These pants are sized for men. The sizes are pretty close to your actual size. I personally would go a size up so that it is comfortable when you bend over to work with bindings or bending your knees. Especially if you have a thicker thigh kind of build
Best Answer:The photo looks like the one I purchased that was meant for snowboarding. I am not sure what the difference might be since I was not aware there were two types. But if it helps at all, this does look like the one I purchased.
I wear a 28w 32l....what size would best suit me without jeans underneath. What size if i have jens underneath?
A shopper on Jan 8, 2015
Best Answer:I would go with a large if your wearing jeans underneath and go with a medium without. I'm a 34 and I ordered large and they were real snug. again I base my pants on how comfortable they are when I'm snowboarding. I like them a bit on the looser side. but a Large on 34 waist was exact and snug and not loose. you won't have an issue with the length
Hey, This is a little tough as EP suggests that your best size is an M, though it is close to too short on the inseam. I like these pants, but take a look at an XS size of Burton Tall pants. They will have a 28-30 waist, and 31 to 32 inseam. They might just be perfect!