Sleek style for snowboarders.
The Women's Creek Softshell Pant looks and feels like casual jeans even though Roxy designed it for snowboarding. Its DriFlight10 softshell is the perfect protective piece for bluebird days at the terrain park, and polar fleece adds a touch of cozy warmth that's always welcoming throughout winter. The Creek's slim fit is next-to-skin at the waist and thighs, and a little more relaxed at the legs. Roxy added boot gaiters to keep powder out, and the jacket-to-pant interface connects to compatible Roxy jackets for complete coverage.
- DriFlight10 softshell
- Polar fleece backing
- Slim fit
- Boot gaiters
- Jacket-to-pant interface
- Item #QKS00WI
- Q & A
Large fit me like LEGGINGS - very small!
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: L
These pants are VERY slim fitting, and in my opinion they are only suited for a teenage girl or a woman with really, really skinny thighs/no hips. I'm talking size 0-2 and serious thigh gap required if you want to rock these pants. I typically wear a size 6-8 and I weigh around 145-150 lbs. I have wider hips and thicker thighs, so I ordered a large to compensate as I normally do when ordering brands that are made for a younger demographics- e.g. Forever 21, Target juniors section, etc. Still, these were like leggings on me, but for the flare at the bottom which probably would have looked really cute with my boots. Also, the material is not substantial at all, so you would definitely need a thick base layer which only adds to the problem with these already slim-cut pants. I returned these pants in exchange for 686 brand pants in size medium which were cut much more appropriately for my body and much warmer.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: small
I got these pants last year and they are amazingly comfortable. Be aware these are a shell, there's no insulating layer inside them. They are STRETCHY and yes, slim-fitting!
They are awesome for spring days although I have worn them in colder temps. I wore them in 20F temps with merino wool base layers and I was totally fine.
There are no vents, but you can zip the bottoms to flare out wider and cover the boots. They do have gaiters which is nice, keeps the snow out of your boots. :) The waterproofing seems really good too.
I am 5'2 and 115lbs and got the size small.