Closeouts. Boulder Gear's Kodiak ski pants mix waterproof breathability with the warmth of Thinsulate® insulation to pack two times the power against cold, wet conditions. Full-length hip-to-ankle zips on either side are secured by a touch-close flap.
Reviewed by KateGoesHiking from Massachusetts on Tuesday, February 24, 2015
I got these for my husband to wear when he's using the snowblower & shoveling our long and twisty driveway. Overall, they're excellent: they keep his legs dry and the "ankle gaiters" work very well and keep snow from getting into his boots. His only complaint is that they don't "Breathe" well, and his legs can get pretty sweaty. He's going to try wearing a different layer underneath the snowpants to see if that helps. But in general, great pants for a great price!
Reviewed by LoveUP from MI on Thursday, February 19, 2015
These pants were not true to size for my husband - could not even get them zipped up, even though we ordered his size and red review that seemed to indicate they may be large int he legs. Not so for us. The were so small we did not even figure the larger sizes were worth trying.
Reviewed by ken skier from Colorado on Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Ordered 2XL it is supposed to fit 44" waist. the rise of the waist was very short and not for a 44" waist. I guess it would be acceptable for the snow boarders that like wearing their pants halfway down the crack of their butt. I found the fit very unnatural and uncomfortable. I do not recommend this product.
Reviewed by D. Miller from Vermont on Tuesday, February 3, 2015
"There’s no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothes" as the saying goes. I got these mainly for the protection from cold and wind, and for the full zippers that allow me to get on and off without removing my boots.
These pants are well made; of quality materials; and stand up well against the brutally cold weather we've been having this winter (2015), allowing me to actually get out.
I find Velcro annoying, but it does seem to be a necessary element in the design.
I do not ski, but, matched with snowshoes or microspikes, these are perfect for winter hikes in the surrounding hills.
Reviewed by randlyn from Ohio on Monday, January 5, 2015
Large, Extra Large, and XXL have no real meaning, they are only proportionate to themselves. BUT, when pants are given a measurement of a 44-46 inch waist you would think that someone who wears a 42 inch waist could at least get them buttoned. This was not the case with these pants.