Ride Snowboards

Squire Cocona Fleece Bottom


Squire Cocona Fleece Bottom True Blue TRUE BLUE
Squire Cocona Fleece Bottom Black BLACK
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COLORS: True Blue, Black

The Squire Cocona® fleece bottoms are built for layering and offer top performance. Featuring a drawstring waist, front and back pockets, 250g of Cocona® mesh fleece to keep you warm and dry, you’ll be ready for a full day of fun in the snow. Pair with the Highpoint Cocona® fleece top for a match made in heaven.

  • NEW! Core Fit Jacket & Pant
  • Cocona® Fleece Fabrics

NEW! Core Fit Jacket & Pant

NEW! Core Fit Jacket & Pant

Used exclusively on our softshell and mid-layer pieces, offering a close-to-body fit with minimal room for layering underneath. Ideal for layering under a shell or on its own for everyday wear.

Cocona® Fleece Fabrics

Cocona® Fleece Fabrics

Learn Why You Want Cocona® Technology. Cocona® Fleece Fabrics remove moisture with the same active particle technology used in the Cocona® shell fabrics, so you can layer with confidence when wearing this highly breathable mid-layer.


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How did I not freeze before these?

By Jibbingwithjerome

from Minnesota

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  • Breathes Well
  • Good material
  • Soft
  • Warm


    Best Uses

    • Extreme Conditions
    • Icy Conditions
    • Nighttime

    Comments about Ride Snowboards Squire Cocona Fleece Bottom:

    It was one of the coldest winters in Minnesota of my life. I've never had a fleece bottom layer before and I loved them warm yet breathable. My only gripe with them is that all though the medium snow pants fit me great I should have ordered a large.

    • Sizing:
    • Feels too small
    • Gear Usage:
    • Cold Weather Living, Winter Sports
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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