Armada Vista Gore-Tex Pant - Women's

Armada Vista Gore-Tex Pant - Women's
Armada Vista Gore-Tex Pant - Women's
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Vista Gore-Tex Pant - Women's by Armada
There's probably a hell of a view from the top of your line, and you wouldn't want to miss it because you're busy stressing about soggy long johns. Throw on the Armada Vista Women's Gore-Tex Pants before you hit the hill and your mind will be at ease, courtesy of a waterproof Gore-Tex membrane, fully taped seams, and snow-blocking Lycra boot gaiters. The mesh lining moves moisture away from your body and the brushed tricot seat keeps your bum warm on the lift, while the adjustable inner waistband keeps your pants from ending up around your ankles if you take a tumble. Armada tossed in Schoeller Keprotec hem reinforcements to keep your cuffs safe from your edges, and finished the whole shebang off Primaloft Silver insulation that stays warm even when it gets a little soggy out.

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SKU: ARM00ET
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