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Rawik Boot Cut Jean Snow Pants - Womens

Rawik Boot Cut Jean Snow Pants
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Description: Rawik Boot Cut Jean Snow Pants - Womens

The Rawik Boot Cut Jean Snow might look pretty straight forward and stylish, but beyond their appearance this item is also a great performer in women's snowpants. For starters, the 100% Nylon build means comfort and durability are in perfect harmony, allowing riders to focus on riding instead of worrying about their clothes. Of course with 80g Polyester insulation, the pants will be plenty warm if the temperature starts to drop as well. Altogether the Boot Cut Jean is one of the best products on the market.

Key Features of the Rawik Boot Cut Jean Snowboard Pants:
  • Fabric -100% Nylon Taslan w/ DWR Repellency Treatment
  • Insulation - 100% Polyester, 80 Gram Poly Fill
  • Boot Cut Fit
  • Zippered Handwarmer Pockets
  • Belt Loops on Waistband
  • Inside Snow Cuff

Boot Cut Jean

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Love these! Very warm
These are my favorite pair of ski pants yet. They are true to size. Super warm, survived Michigan's below zero weather in them. I use them for sledding, skiing band tubing. 

I have received a lot of compliments.

The one thing I don't like are the suspenders which I tuck in
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March 17, 2014
I like them.
I like them. I wish I would have gotten a smaller size. The next pair I get will have suspenders, adjustable waist, and leg zippers or even a bib. I'm learning to snowboard so I get snow down my pants :/
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March 12, 2015
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Colin D on Nov 3, 2014
My wife doesn't keep warm enough in all typical/standard 40 or 60 gram pants. She has one pair of 85 gram ski bibs and has no issues. She has a pair of Quest Spyder pants, but can only wear them on warmer days (above 25 degrees). The winter wear companies need to recognize this and design less bulky thick pants or make the 40 to 60 gram pants just a tab bit bigger in all areas for double layering "hips and thighs".
Michael M on Jan 19, 2014
Wanted a nice looking ski pant but didn't want to spend a lot of money since I only ski once a year.
Nancy F on Mar 6, 2014
very good price
Latisha S on Dec 31, 2013
What is the inseam length?
S T on Oct 14, 2013
These are snow pants…. but are they OK to ski in?
not sure what the difference between ski and snow pants is
A shopper on Mar 18, 2014
Best Answer: Yes they can. Clothing gear and protective gear for the most part can be used for snowboard as well as skiing. Companies will make specialized gear and market it towards one or the other but for the most part they are cross compatible.

Hope this helps!
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What is the inseam length on size Large?
A shopper on Oct 13, 2014
Best Answer: If you haven't already, take a second to look at the Sizing Chart link that is located above the green Add to Cart button. The sizing chart will help you select the Rawik Snow Pants size you need with your specific measurements. That said, it looks like the inseam for a Large is 32in.

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I want to buy snow pants for my daughter but I am not sure what size. She has short legs and wears a size medium in sweat pants and leggings , what size would you suggest?
Carol K on Dec 17, 2013
Best Answer: Stick with what you know. If she's wearing a size medium in sweats and pants then do the same for snowboard pants. All manuf add a little extra room in the snowboard pants for layering. Also pay special note to the fit of each pant...manufacturers will vary their cuts between slim, regular and wide (loose)
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