Cartel Arctic Stretch Womens Snow Pant Black 2XL-9XL
New for 2022 the Cartel Arctic women's plus size ski and snowboard pant in classic black was designed especially for us, fitting all our hopes and dreams and we know you're going to love it. With a beautifully soft mechanical stretch fabric which drapes and sits comfortably on your body coupled with a wider hips and thigh design while still allowing for a narrow waist with plenty of elastic, this pant fits so many plus size babes!
The 15K waterproof and 15K breathable, 100% seam-sealed fabric will keep you warm and dry even in the wettest and worst conditions in Australia and overseas. The side leg vent features also mean you can cool off when the activity makes you warm. Perfect for skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, tobogganing, snow travel or prolonged sitting outdoors for adventure photographers. With curvy bodies in mind, this custom pant has some awesome features such as the elasticised tab adjustable waist in addition to the elasticised waist and belt loops, as well as the zip fly and brushed tricot waist band for luxurious comfort. This pant is also easy to hem if needed. You will love the high waist design of these pants, perfect when you feel like you need that extra length for complete coverage. If the measurements in the size chart suit your body then this pant is not to be overlooked. You've found an absolute winner!
Now also available in a SHORT leg length version.
Cartel Arctic Ladies Plus Size Waterproof Ski / Snowboard Pant Black
Cartel Arctic Women's Plus Size Snow Pant Black features:
- Unisex pant to fit women and men
- Mechanical Stretch Fabric
- 15,000mm Waterproof rating
- 15,000gm/m2 Breathability rating
- 100% Seam Sealed
- 60g Supersoft Insulation
- Vent Zips
- YKK Zips
- Belt Loops
- Brushed Tricot fleece Fly and Waist
- Lovely high waist design
- Tab Adjustable and Elasticised Waist for a perfect fit
- Articulated knees for a shaped fit
- External Zippered Pockets
- Storm Cuff
- Boot gaitor and Hook
To measure for your perfect fit, please refer to our article here