Customer Reviews Of:
Obermeyer Patrol Snow Pants (For Men)
Closeouts. Whether you're scouting out untouched powder or looking to tackle a steep ice route, Obermeyer's Patrol snow pants have you covered. The waterproof breathable fabric technology, breathable Thinsulate® insulation and RECCO® recovery reflector offer the warmth and protection you need on the slopes and in the backcountry.
Reviewed by AM from Minnesota on Friday, February 28, 2014I got this for both hikes and snowboarding. Preferred something with light insulation so that I can layer up as desired.
The thigh zip vents are really useful if you start sweating, specially during hikes!
The zippers all work smoothly.
Was satisfied in the few times I used it (hike and snowboarding) till now , so can't assess durability.
Reviewed by MamaAdamson from Colorado on Tuesday, February 11, 2014Ordered these for my son who has been skiing quite a bit. The zipper on one of the pant legs already broke and the bottoms are fraying. Expected more from obermeyer. They may not make it to the end of this season.
Reviewed by John Murray from Australia on Tuesday, April 2, 2013Fantastic product for a great price.
I look at Obermeyer as being the world leader in snow wear
Verified Buyer Reviewed by newbee from pasadena ca on Friday, September 23, 2011I got these pants for the upcoming winter. I cannot comment about their waterproof or warm qualities as a result. However, I was surprised when I put them on how much I was able to move. The fit was perfect although the legs seemed a bit wide, however this is a style thing. My only real complaint about the pants is that they dont really have enough pockets. It would be nice if they had a few more.
- Best Uses: Backcountry, Cross Country, Downhill, Hiking, Snowboarding/Skiing
- Cons: No suspender snaps, Not Enough Pockets
- Describe Yourself: Beginner
- Gear Usage: Skiing
- Inseam: Feels true to length
- Pros: Articulated knees, Comfortable, Lightweight, Scuff pads, Stylish, Thigh vents
- Waist: Feels true to size
- Was this a gift?: No