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Obermeyer Women's Athena Pants - Petite
 
Obermeyer Women's Athena Pants - Petite
Retail Price: $225.00
Our Price: $99.94
Sale Price: $74.93
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Model Year: 2009

Stock Status:In Stock
Product Code: 2185064585137

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Obermeyer's Athena ski pants stretch with you as you move and keep you dry and comfortable on the snow. This petite version brings all the same features but is designed to fit smaller frames.

Features


  • Base: Vector Stretch - 100% nylon with 10,000mm/8,000g Gelanots Laminate
  • Trim: Cordura - 100% nylon
  • Critical seams sealed
  • Zip back pocket(s)
  • Zip ankle gussets
  • High back waistband
  • Adjustable waistband - velcro tab system
  • Cordura scuffguards
  • Reinforced stitching
  • Reinforced knees
  • Water-resistant powdercuffs with gripper elastic
  • Articulated knees
  • Tricot-lined hand pocket(s)
  • Internal zipper windguard
  • Heavy duty zippers
  • Interior Lycra
  • Zip front fly


Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review

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Cute for Apres-ski January 24, 2010
Reviewer: Skiing in Colorado from Florida  
I was torn because I loved these pants for the style and because I needed a pair of petite ski pants. They fit exactly how I would wear a pair of jeans. I was hoping to wear them for downhill skiing in the winter (not spring)..Unfortunately I had to send them back because I could not fit two layers under them and feel comfortable (the inseam is especially short). They weren't sufficiently thick/warm to wear them alone. I ordered sizes 8, 10, and 12. There was very little difference amongst the three. I normally wear a 6 (sometimes 8) and I'm 5'3" and 125 lbs and curvy. The 8 was perfect/tight in a good way if I was wearing them strictly for apres-ski in the lodge. Not practical for movement and comfort on the cold hills.

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