Bjorn Daehlie Winner 2.0 Pant - Women's

Bjorn Daehlie Winner 2.0 Pant - Women's
Bjorn Daehlie Winner 2.0 Pant - Women's
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Winner 2.0 Pant - Women's by Bjorn Daehlie
While the hybrid design of the Bjorn Daehlie Women's Winner 2. 0 Pant might lead you to believe that it was concocted by a mad scientist, it was actually designed for passionate cross country skiers and outdoor enthusiasts. The Winner 2. 0 features microfiber front panels that are wind- and water-resistant, and the areas behind the knees are lined with mesh for premium moisture management and breathability. Articulated knees provide unimpeded mobility, and the stretch panels at the back enhance your range of motion and comfort. A drawstring and elastic waistband provides a personalized fit, and the reflective elements assure added visibility in low-light scenarios. The 3/4-length zipper at the calf allows you to slip your boots on and off with ease, and the silicone band at the hem ensures that the pant stays secure as you tackle tough or mellow courses alike.

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SKU: BJO000X
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