About Obermeyer Twilight Snow Pants - Insulated (For Girls)
Closeouts. To help her ski after the sun goes down and the lights come on, Obermeyer's Twilight snow pants are made of a durable nylon Pinstripe Herringbone twill and insulated with cozy Permaloft. The Extended Wear System means these will spend more time on the slopes as she grows, thanks to extendable cuffs.
Specs about Obermeyer Twilight Snow Pants - Insulated (For Girls)
- Waterproof materials: HydroBlock® V waterproof breathable coating
- Seam sealed: Critical
- Weight: 1 lb. 6 oz.
- Lining: 100% nylon
- Insulation: 100% polyester
- Fabric: 100% polyester
- Care: Machine wash, hang dry
- Made in China
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Obermeyer Junior Sizing Chart
|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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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mimi from Linwood, MI on Saturday, October 20, 2012The snowfall came early in Western Nebraska where my 10 yr old grand-daughter lives. Her snow jacket from last year was still a good fit, but the matching snowpants were too short. Trying to find the right size wasn't a problem, but needing pants in brown, would prove to be. At Sierra, I entered my search preferences and found exactly what I needed and, bonus, they were on sale.
- Best Uses: Cold weather gear
- Pros: Just the Right Color, Priced right, SIZING WAS GOOD
Verified Buyer Reviewed by SydneyMum from sydney, australia on Sunday, September 23, 2012Great quality--can adjust waist and then cut threads inside to add length. Really stylish--now I want white pants! I do think these run quite large. The 6X is much more like a 7--they were huge on my daughter in both the waist & length and she is quite tall.
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