Obermeyer Rail Yard SH Snow Pants - Insulated, Husky Fit (For Girls)

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Overview

About Obermeyer Rail Yard SH Snow Pants - Insulated, Husky Fit (For Girls)

Closeouts. Ready to take on the terrain park with your active girl, Obermeyer's Rail Yard SH snow pants feature waterproof breathable HydroBlock® technology, cozy insulation, a freeride-specific fit and integrated boot gaiters.

  • Waterproof breathable HydroBlock® fabric technology
  • StormShield active fabric is durable and lightweight
  • Critical seams sealed
  • Warm insulation
  • Freeride-specific design
  • Obermeyer's Husky fit
  • Adjustable waistband with touch-fasten tabs
  • Zip handwarmer pockets
  • Articulated knees and seat for freedom of movement
  • Cargo pocket with touch-fasten closure
  • Ski pass grommet
  • Reinforced stitching
  • Reinforced cuff guards
  • Integrated boot gaiters with gripper elastic
  • Snap ankle gussets
  • Fabric: Nylon shell and lining
  • Insulation: Polyester
  • Care: Machine wash, hang dry
  • Made in Bangladesh

Specs

Specs about Obermeyer Rail Yard SH Snow Pants - Insulated, Husky Fit (For Girls)

Sizing

Obermeyer Junior Sizing Chart

S M L XL
Size 6 - 8 10 - 12 14 - 16 18
Height 48 - 52 53 - 58 58 - 63 64 - 66
Chest 25 - 27 28 - 30 31 - 33 34
Waist 20 - 21 23 - 24 26 - 27 29
Hips 26 - 27 29 - 30 32 - 33 35

Note: Measurements are in inches unless otherwise noted.

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4.500000 5 Overall Rating: 4.5 Based on 2 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Verified Buyer Reviewed by Karen from Olympia, WA on Thursday, April 14, 2011
I am 4'11" tall and weight 98 lbs, so women's ski pants are out of the question. I bought the size 12 husky, and they are perfect. I can layer underneath the ski pants and the waist is adjustable.
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Woodinville GirlScout Mom from Woodinville, WA on Sunday, October 23, 2011
    I bought this for my daughter who is very slim (85 lbs and all legs). I purchased a size 12 Regular. The product name says they are husky, but they actually have regular sizes as well. We're glad we got them. I suspect they'll last through next season as well (but that's what I said last year and she shot right up!).
    • Best Uses: Winter Sports
    • Describe Yourself: Casual/ Recreational
    • Pros: Durable, Waterproof
    • Sizing: Feels true to size
    • Was this a gift?: Yes
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Karen from Olympia, WA on Thursday, April 14, 2011
    I am 4'11" tall and weight 98 lbs, so women's ski pants are out of the question. I bought the size 12 husky, and they are perfect. I can layer underneath the ski pants and the waist is adjustable.
    • Best Uses: Freezing Conditions, Wet Weather
    • Describe Yourself: Casual/ Recreational
    • Pros: Lightweight, Waterproof
    • Sizing: Feels true to size
    • Was this a gift?: No

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About Obermeyer

When Klaus Obermeyer became one of Aspen’s first ski school instructors more than 60 years ago, he had no idea that his lifelong passion would eventually lead him to start an outdoor apparel company. Among Klaus’s first innovations was a down ski jacket he created at home using recycled goose down from an old comforter. Designed and tested on snow-covered slopes in the Colorado Rockies, Obermeyer ski jackets would soon gain a reputation for offering superior weather protection, warmth and style. Although Obermeyer ski pants and jackets have come a long way in the last half a century, the tradition of making top-notch outerwear for skiers and riders remains the foundation of this brand, which is still headquartered in Aspen to this day.