Rojo Softshell Va Va Boom Womens Plus Size Snow Pants Black Sizes 18-26
The Womens Rojo Va Va Boom Softshell Ski Pants in Black are now available in Plus Sizes. Hooray! They boast a stylish shape that will highlight your beautiful curves. These pants are made of a stretch bonded fleece softshell whereby the inner fleece lining is bonded to the stretch outer fabric to make it a single layer. This allows maximum comfort and gives room for a little bit of stretching, all in a particularly breathable finish.
The Rojo Va Va Boom Pants are perfect for cold temperatures and experiences, be it skiing or snowboarding, a stroll on the snow, a walk in the park on a cold and wintery day or travelling to far off arctic lands. Lots of people buy these pants as a secondary pant when travelling or just for skiing in warmer temperatures.
The Rojo Va Va Boom Softshell Pants are very similar (the material is a little thinner) to our other softshell ski pants, the Manhattan/Lapland which are also both comfortable softshell pant styles. The Rojo Va Va's are a bit baggier in the leg style and run bigger in their sizes.
Skiing in January in Canada? They probably won't be warm enough as your only pair of pants, or will at least need some warm thermals underneath. Spending time outdoors in the Northern Hemisphere's winter? A perfect comfy travel and outdoors adventuring pant.
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Rojo Softshell Va Va Boom Women's Plus Size Ski Pants Black
Rojo Softshell Va Va Boom Plus Size Snow Pants features:
Ski Fabric & Insulation
- 94% Polyester & 6% Spandex Softshell 4 way stretch
- 100% Microfleece backside bonded lining
- 10,000 mm Waterproof Rating
- 8,000 gm Breathability Rating
- Dual Water Repellency Rating 80/10
- 210T snowcuff
Ski Pant Features
- Stretchable Back Panel for extra Width
- Tricot back waist warmer
- Knee articulation
- Invisible front zip pockets
- Belt loops
Ski Pant Sizes
18 20 22 24 26
VA VA BOOM SIZE CHART
To measure for your perfect fit, please refer to our article here