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Are these pants waterproof enough to get...

Are these pants waterproof enough to get through a weekend at a place like snowbird

Definitely! I know guys who skied week after week in these puppies..def can hold up to 'da bird.

I am 6'3" Tall and 205 lbs. I am between...

I am 6'3" Tall and 205 lbs. I am between a 34 and 36 size waist. Any recommendations on size? I want them to be comfortable but I don't want to be swimming in them either. Thanks!

Best Answer

They are a loose baggy fit so you should be goo in a large.....But a 36 waist is on the cusp of being xl....

You want them to be loose; you want them to be a bit baggy for different weather conditions. Depending on what you wear under them (shorts, thermals, or even just boxers for when its hot) you want to be able to make adjustments...Good Luck, oh and I would get an XL for sure. I am 6'1 205 lbs and I have a size 33 waist and I get an XL so go for it...



    Since it's the "Rocco" option I wasn't expecting much as it is Oakley's cheapest/entry level pants... I got the lava design in the pants and jacket to have a matching suit and wow. I have 4 pairs of Oakley pants and it seems they do not correlate price and performace. Although it is the cheapest I've purchased from oakley it is the same quality as the most expensive... good insulation, fleece pockets, waterproofing, leg gaiters, etc... I would HIGHLY recommend these pants to anyone. NOTE** It is "loose" fit though so buyer beware they generally run one size bigger than claimed... ** ALSO, these pants DO NOT have a waist tab set for adjustments so be prepared to use a belt if you order true to your size or larger... **

    Are these pants red or pink I can't tell...

    Are these pants red or pink I can't tell with my computer.

    While not baby pink, these are definitely not red. I would go for a bright magenta if I had to name the color. Hope that helps, computer color distortion can be so annoying.

    neither. they are reddish pink... i have them and they are "lava" ... a mixture of red and pink, they're pretty sick looking. hope this helps.

    Could you reccomend these for climbing...

    Could you reccomend these for climbing Kilimandjaro?
    or are they too uncomfortable/heavy to spend 6 days walking in.
    Am looking for water resistant pants as rainstorms occur daily on the mountain, ski and snowboard pants seem to be the only ones.

    No I would definitely look for some gore-tex shell pants and layer underneath them. These are not nearly substantial enough in terms of waterproofing and durability for high altitude mountaineering. If you are going to be doing this kind climbing I would look to mountain hardwear or arc'teryx and find something with gore-tex pro shell. You won't be sorry you spent the extra money when you stay dry in a rainstorm.



      Pretty sweet pants. I got them in brown. The vents are nice and the size seems right. There a little baggy tho. I like em

      anyone know how to make these slimer like...

      anyone know how to make these slimer like bell bottom style!!! these would b dope, hook a brutha up if anyone knows how to!

      Best Answer

      needle, thread and brain.

      You could bring them to the local tailor if you have one near your house if you want to spend the extra money.

      I am a girl who is interested in buying...

      I am a girl who is interested in buying these pants. I'm about 5'5 130 lb, do you think i would be able to wear a medium?

      A small would probably be better. My brother has these in medium and he's is like 5'7 or 5'8

      Im almost 5' 9" what size should i get??

      Im almost 5' 9" what size should i get??


      Steezy fo sheezy

        These pants are great. Super comfy and warm thanks to the fleece lining. The only thing i wish they had were ankle slits to "bell bottom" them out a bit. I personally don't like the way they bunch on my boots. Other than that, these are great pants.

        Contrary to the listed features, these pants have no waist adjustment tabs. This is the only negative. They seem to be excellent, typical of Oakley outerwear.

        Are this pants insulated or not because...

        Are this pants insulated or not because their in insulated area but say none insulation

        These pants are just a shell, they are not insulated.

        though they are just a shell, there is a fleece lining inside and it keeps you really really warm so yeah i guess they are insulated


        Sick pants

          The oakley Rocco Pants are so warm. The inside of the pants are all fleece lined and are garanteed to keep you warm in any condition. They are also nice and baggy. Being loose fit they are bigger than a normal size. They are the best pants ive ever worn.

          baggy? im 5'9 i want a baggy pant but not...

          baggy? im 5'9 i want a baggy pant but not too huge...medium or large

          large 511 and large is a little small to be baggy

          Best Answer

          Go big or go home...get xl