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CLWR Cork Pant - Women's

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Get all sorts of off-axis in the CLWR Cork Women's Snowboard Pant, which mixes mountain-ready tech with street-inspired style to keep you shredding like a boss. Made of polyester fabric that's been laminated to a 10K waterproof and breathable membrane, the Cork will keep the water off even if you're riding in soggy conditions or sitting in the park while you wait for your turn to hit the new booter, and it has fully taped seams for extra protection in damp conditions. No matter how hard you tweak out your tricks, the articulated knees won't get in your way, while the adjustable waist, boot gaiters, and ankle gussets seal snow out while keeping the steeze-o-meter cranked up.

  • Polyester fabric and lining (10k/10k)
  • Fully taped seams
  • Articulated knees
  • Mesh-lined vents
  • Adjustable waist
  • Boot gaiters
  • Gusseted ankles with zippers
  • Item #CWR0017

Tech Specs

Material
[face fabric] polyester oxford, [lining] polyester
Waterproof Rating
10,000 mm
Breathability Rating
10,000 g/m²
Seams
fully taped
Fit
regular
Pockets
2 hand
Venting
mesh-lined vents
Waist
hook-and-loop adjustment
Side Zips
yes, ankle
Gaiters
yes
Recommended Use
snowboarding

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Great spring pant

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Large

I have these in burgundy, and they are the perfect weight for Tahoe spring riding which can be borderline hot. In cooler temps I wear a base layer underneath and they're fine, but I wouldn't wear them on very cold days or stormy wet days because they're not very waterproof.

I hover between medium and large, and the large fits well. A little long, but at 5'4", that's not unusual.