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Bliss Pant - Women's

2 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $89.55 - $109.45 Original price: $199.00
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Why We Like The Obermeyer Bliss Pant

From the first powder dump to spring corn, the Obermeyer Bliss Pant has us shredding in comfort all season long. Filled with synthetic insulation and equipped with vents, this pair lets us zip in the heat or invite the breeze, while the seam-sealed construction and impermeable membrane stop snow and slush from soaking through.


  • Feature-packed insulated pant for ripping resort runs and beyond
  • Breathable membrane provides waterproof performance
  • Synthetic insulation traps heat even when wet
  • Inner-thigh vents dump excess heat when needed
  • Integrated gaiters for added protection in deep conditions
  • Rear hem zippers for easily fitting over your boots
  • Articulated fit allows freedom of movement
  • Zippered hip pockets secure smaller items
  • Item #OBMG4E1
40g 3M Thinsulate Patinum Flex
Waterproof Rating
Breathability Rating
fully sealed
2 zippered hip
Control Zone (inner-thigh zippers)
adjustable, fleece lined
Side Zips
Cuff Closure
zipper hem
gripper elastic
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime
skiing, snowboarding

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2 based on 1 ratings

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2 out of 5 stars

February 28, 2024

Not a good plus size cut

Size Bought:
5' 9"

I am an 18/20 in most pants. I got these in a 20 and they barely barely fit. They have snap and Velcro closures which pop right open until you get the zipper up. And even then I don’t trust them to stay closed. Belt will be required for fewer surprise openings. They are very baggy in the leg until the upper thigh and they get super snug and have a ‘low rise’ feel to them and gather in an unflattering way (aka camel toe). And somehow despite barely getting them to snap shut, when I sit, they have a huge gap right on my butt crack. Like a scoop just waiting to get filled with snow. Who wants that skiing? Honestly? I prefer my backside to be fully covered when I ski, just saying. I appreciate that I was able to try something on for a change - functional plus size gear is hard to find. But it would be nice if companies understood how to make a plus size gear that actually fits, instead of just sizing up so they can say they carry extended sizes (ie: plus sizes need more coverage in back please!) If I didn’t need -something- I’d return them. But they are the best I could find in my price range so I’m going to have to settle… again. I will need a belt and good long underwear to compensate for the lousy coverage on the backside. Can’t wait to find something I like that actually fits.

Megan S