Closeouts. Obermeyer's Lightning snow pants are ready to race down the mountain thanks to breathable Thermolite® insulation and waterproof breathable fabric technology for protection from powder and wet weather.
Reviewed by Bluze from Pacific Nor'West on Thursday, September 12, 2013
I have Spyder and North Face ski pants, and these are far superior IMHO to both. The cut and fit is excellent and form flattering. Material-wise, the fabric has a soft, and giving feeling that compliments the jacket I wear. The fit is true to size (don’t lie to yourself). I an 6’2”, with a 33” waist. The Medium is perfect, with just the right amount of room for a base layer beneath. Not bulky, nor light, the weight will be excellent for all conditions.
To say the least, I am very happy and impressed with these ski pants!. I cannot give a slope side review, as I just bought them and the season is 2 months off, but I already feel I will not be disappointed.
Reviewed by teecorkbow from Madison, WI on Tuesday, July 10, 2012
The reviews on these parts are true: they are much less baggy than most men's snow pants, which tend to flare out and make grown up guys look like wannabe snowboarders in the midst of a midlife crisis. I am thin and tall, and these are just the right snow pants I've been looking for. They're not cheap, but I'd say they're worth it.
Best Uses: Backcountry, Downhill, Snowboarding/Skiing
Reviewed by SkiBob from Philadelphia on Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Most ski pants are somewhat bulky, but these have an athletic fit. (Use the size chart on the Obermeyer Web Site). The material has a small amount of stretch so they're comfortable. Although the material is breathable zips are provided on the sides for further ventilation on a particularly warm day.