Arc'teryx Sentinel Pant - Women's

Arc'teryx Sentinel Pant - Women's
$499.00
Sentinel Pant - Women's by Arc'teryx
Price subject to change | SKU: ARC00DU

Arc'teryx Sentinel Pant - Women's

Cut for the freeride ski and snowboard crowd, the Arc'teryx Women's Sentinel Pant combines an athletic fit with the stormproof protection of a Gore-Tex membrane. Arc'teryx is known for its classic sleek-and-clean approach, so you can be sure that these pants easily transition between hitting jumps with your freestyle friends and ripping tight chutes with your backcountry buddies. With the Slide 'n Lock system, attach the related Sentinel jacket for full-bodied snow protection.Gore-Tex technology keeps the weather outside when it seems like the weather has the flu: massive snow pukes, feverish winds, and sleet that runs and runs and runs. Thanks to the Gore-Tex three-layer softshell, though, you can play all day in the winter sick without feeling a spit of precipitation. When the sun shines and your nose glows bright white with zinc, open the side zips to dump surplus hot air as you hike along the ridgeline. Articulated knees and seat enhance a gusseted crotch when the trek ahead is anything but smooth. Keprotec instep guards protect against edge cuts and crampon gashes on your way to the top.Fashion isn't just for Fifth Avenue or your day job. The women-specific fit hugs your curves without cutting in funny places. The low-rise waist keeps this pant in lock-step harmony with the latest lower-wear trends. Belt loops let you accessorize your snow pant since glitter goes with everything. Even with a catlike silhouette, the relaxed cut lets you layer it on thick when temps plunge. Fly off the rails and clear cliffs without worrying about incoming snow putting a damper on the fun.

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