|Material:||2L MicroShield Full Dull Dobby Weave|
|Insulation:||Insulated, 40gm Insulation|
|Venting:||Yes, Mesh lined inner thigh vents|
|Pockets:||Dual Cargo Pockets, Lined Hand Pockets, Butt Pockets|
|Jacket - Pants Connections:||No|
|Recommended Use:||Snowboarding, Skiing, Cold Weather|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Foursquare Craft Insulated Snowboard Pants - Womens
The Foursquare Craft Insulated Snowboard Pants are made for women with a 210T Taffeta Lining. Regular fit with mesh lined inner thigh vents, these pants are waterproof and recommended for snowboarding, skiing and cold weather. The Foursquare Craft Insulated Snowboard Pants come with a 1 year warranty, adjustable waistband, boot gaiters and ticket ring belt loop. The Foursquare Craft Insulated Snowboard Pants have a jacket to pant interface and dual cargo pockets along with lined hand pockets and butt pockets.
- 5,000mm Waterproof
- 5,000g Breathability
- Type: Insulated
- Material: 2L MicroShield Full Dull Dobby Weave
- 40gm Insulation
- 210T Taffeta Lining
- Fully Taped Seams
- Jacket-to-pant interface
- Mesh lined inner thigh vents
- Boot gaiters
- Adjustable waistband
- Micro fleece lined interior fly and waistband
- Key Clip
- Ticket ring belt loop
Fabric Waterproof: 5,000mm
What does it mean? Waterproof or not?
Here is a guide:
(The higher the number, the more resistant it is to water)
0-5,000 mm No resistance to some resistance to moisture Light rain, dry snow, no pressure
6,000-10,000 mm Rainproof and waterproof under light pressure Light rain, average snow, light pressure
11,000-15,000 mm Rainproof and waterproof except under high pressure Moderate rain, average snow, light pressure
16,000-20,000 mm Rainproof and waterproof under high pressure Heavy rain, wet snow, some pressure
20,000 mm+ Rainproof and waterproof under very high pressure Heavy rain, wet snow, high pressure
All winter sports attire is design to withstand a certain level of resistance, but will eventually leak, given enough water.
If you are a beginner, 6000-15000 is sufficient.
If you are intermediate and only fall from time to time 0-5000 is fine.
I always wear thermals under my gear for added warmth.
Hope this helps