Good looks.

You've worn Oakleys on your face for the better part of the last decade, so bring some of the brand's laid-back style downstairs as well. Toss your old, worn-out board pants and grab the Oakley Men's Arrowhead BZI Pant, and you'll earn style points for both your clothes and your riding this winter.

Don't be fooled by the Arrowhead's casual polyester twill; its everyday appearance belies a highly functional fabric—complete with waterproof treatment—that will make sure you don't end up soaked after a long day of riding at the resort. Underneath the shell, lightweight Thinsulate insulation holds body heat while continuously wicking moisture to the surface to make sure you don't end up wallowing in clammy, chilly despair. Ankle gussets ensure floaty pow stays on the mountain where it belongs, while thigh vents help you add extra airflow on days when the sun is shining.

  • Laid-back style meets high functionality in the Arrowhead BZI
  • Relaxed fit doesn't restrict movement on the board
  • Waterproof polyester shell handles storm-day snow
  • Synthetic insulation keeps you warm without weighing you down
  • Wealth of pockets stores your essentials safely
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Perfect Baggy Style Pant

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium

Finally found a pant that meets everything I was looking for! These Oakley Arrowhead pants are super warm, waterproof, comfortable, and have the perfect baggy style fit. They offer tons of pockets, and the adjustable waistband on them is such an awesome feature. Fit super true to size; I wear a size 32 waist jean and I went with the size Medium. I do not have one thing negative to say about these pants. Super stoked on them, and would highly to anyone looking for an all around awesome ski/board pant.

Nice Construction - Runs Small

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: XL

Got this pants in the mail and was rather excited to try them out. Went off the sizing chart on Oakley's own website saying the XL was for 36-38 waist and had a casual fit. I typically wear 36-38 jeans so figured I was pretty safe in ordering these. Man was I wrong, I could could barely get them to snap and they were TIGHT. Definitely order a size up. Backcountry's sizing chart is apparently way more accurate than the manufacturer's.

Unanswered Question

Are these insulated pants?