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Special Blend Proof Snowboard Pants

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Description: Special Blend Proof Snowboard Pants

The Special Blend Proof Snowboard Pants are the ideal pants for being active this winter. You can wear these pants while participating in winter sports, such as snowboarding, or just for casual winter wear. Features include fully taped seams for optimal performance and knee patches for added comfort. The pants are made of mesh and Lycra, which allows you to move freely while keeping warm. The Special Blend Proof Pants are also waterproof and offer excellent breathability. They are a must have for the winter.

Key Features of the Special Blend Proof Snowboard Pants:
  • 8,000mm Waterproof
  • 5,000g Breathability
  • Freedom Fit Pant
  • Shell Fabric Nylon Tactel
  • Lining Embossed Nylon Taffeta, Brushed Tricot, Open Cell Mesh, Lycra
  • Fully Taped Seams
  • Cargo Pockets

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My son picked them
Connie H on Jan 3, 2014
cheap/matched jacket
Graham K on Dec 30, 2013
have always worn SB gear, solid stuff.
Brian M on Jan 3, 2014
Cheap price but they are thin, should probably need a good base layer on the legs for cold days
Christopher Y on Dec 29, 2013
Does this item have pants/jacket connections?
A shopper on Dec 19, 2013
Best Answer: No they don't. There very basic pants
Reply · Report · Tyler A on Dec 19, 2013
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Are these insulated?
Mike b on Nov 30, 2013
Best Answer: Hi Mike,

The Special Blend Proof Snowboard Pants have a light Embossed Nylon Taffeta and Brushed Tricot lining. I wouldn't consider that to be a lot of insulation, but it does add some additional warmth. If you ride in colder conditions it would be a good idea to wear a base layer underneath.

Check out the base layers here - http://www.the-house.com/base-layer-bottoms.html
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 2, 2013
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