Black Crows Corpus 3-Layer Pant - Women's

Black Crows Corpus 3-Layer Pant - Women's
$479.95
Corpus 3-Layer Pant - Women's by Black Crows
Price subject to change | SKU: BKC000N

Black Crows Corpus 3-Layer Pant - Women's

The French Alps churn out big-mountain skiers, mountaineers, and stylish rippers apace, so Chamonix-based Black Crows designed the Corpus 3-Layer Women's Pant to keep shredders of all stripes happy, dry, and looking sick. The Corpus is made from ultra-rugged 100% polyester, with a three-layer Gore-Tex membrane and fully taped seams to keep water and snow out, and it has a relaxed freeride fit that's functional and stylish at the same time. It's highly functional, but every detail is designed to look good, from the removable belt to the low-key snaps on the fly and thigh pockets. Even the mesh-lined inseam vents, which let you dump heat when you're putting the skintrack miles behind you, seal up with zippers that offer a little bit of sly contrast. The Corpus also balances its fly look with high-alpine functionality, so you can get into some serious Cham-level stuff without overwhelming your gear. The cuffs feature ankle-length zippers as well as elevators that allow you to set the cuffs up at ski, hike, or apres heights, so you don't trip. There are also integrated scuff patches to keep edges and crampons from slicing up your cuffs, and internal elastic gaiters (with a sexy chevron print) that keep snow from sneaking down into your boots. Black Crows finished the Corpus off with a Recco avalanche reflector for safety backup, and gave them a relaxed freeride fit that'll keep the style turned up even if you're miles from the resort.

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