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Holden Lauren Softshell LTD Snowboard Pants - Womens

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Material: Super Stretch Softshell
  • Non Insulated
Fabric Waterproof:
  • 20,000mm
Fabric Breathability:
  • 15,000g
  • Tight
  • No
Seams Taped: No
Pockets: 2 back, 2 waist
Jacket - Pants Connections: No
Gaiters: No
Recco Reflector: No
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Holden Lauren Softshell LTD Snowboard Pants - Womens

The Holden Lauren Softshell LTD Snowboard Pants are perfect for today's female snowboarders/skiers. These resilient pants are waterproof and engineered for the winter community. With these pants' 4 pockets, you can hit the slopes in style and know you aren't going to lose your keys. They feature a tight fit, Super Stretch Softshell fabric, and 80/20 DWR Water Repel Treatment. They are so confident in these Holden Lauren Softshell LTD Snowboard Pants, that they've backed them with a one year warranty to prove it.

Key Features of the Holden Lauren Softshell LTD Snowboard Pants:
  • 20,000mm Waterproof
  • 15,000g Breathability
  • FABRIC: Super Stretch Softshell
  • 80/20 DWR Water Repellency Treatment
  • YKK Excella Zippers

Lauren Softshell LTD

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High waterproof rating especially for softshell ski gear.
Keiko R on Jan 22, 2014
Hey! Is it possible to put the pant around the boots or are they too tight at the end? Looks like no zippers or anything. Or are you only suppose to wear the pants on the after ski with sneakers on? ;(

/ Ki-ki
kikkers on Feb 21, 2014
Best Answer: yes you can
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Would these be warm enough for -10 cel weather?
Amber on Jan 27, 2014
Best Answer: Warm enough for -10?C?
Maybe with a base layer.
I've warn them at -5?C with a base layer and been toasty.
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