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Oakley Float Snowboard Pants - Womens

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Material: DWR Treated Polyester
Insulation: Non Insulated, Targeted 3M Thinsulate insulation
Fabric Waterproof: 15,000mm
Fabric Breathability: 14,000g
Fit: Regular
Venting: Yes, Inseam Venting
Seams Taped: Fully
Pockets: Dual Cargo Pockets, Lined Hand Pockets, Butt Pockets, Bib Pocket
Jacket - Pants Connections: Yes
Gaiters: Yes
Recco Reflector: No
Recommended Use: Skiing, Cold Weather, Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Oakley Float Snowboard Pants - Womens

The Oakley Float snowboard pants are 15,000 mm waterproof to fight off the weather. Fully taped seams ensure extra durability and greater weather protection, and critically placed fleece, backed with 3M Thinsulate insulation, keeps vulnerable areas warm and dry. Invisible inner thigh vents expel excess heat, and the silicon gripper waistband offers a snug, no-slip grip. Cuff savers mean you won''t trash your pants in the parking lot. Get Oakley style, lasting durability, and all day performance with their Float snowboard pants.

Key Features of The Oakley Float Women''s Snowboard Pants:
  • 15,000mm Waterproof
  • 15,000g Breathability
  • Fully taped seams
  • Critically placed fleece, backed with 3M Thinsulate insulation
  • Inner invisible thigh vents
  • Snap storm skirts compatible
  • Silicon gripper waist band and adjustable fixed waist tabs
  • Cuff savers, boot gaiters and hem gussets zips
  • Fit: Loose


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Hate getting snow down my pants, do these come with a full bib?
A shopper on Dec 5, 2013
Best Answer: The Oakley Float Snowboard Pants are a half-bib.

If you want a full bib check out the Oakley Grete Snowboard Pants HERE:
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 5, 2013
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