Black Crows Ventus Gore-Tex 3-L Pant - Men's

Black Crows Ventus Gore-Tex 3-L Pant - Men's
Black Crows Ventus Gore-Tex 3-L Pant - Men's
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Ventus Gore-Tex 3-L Pant - Men's by Black Crows
Developed for adventurous ski tours and big-mountain pursuits, the Black Crows Men's Venus Gore-Tex 3-L Pant maximizes mobility when you're skinning uphill for hours at a time and dropping into steep, powder-filled gullies on the way down. Gore-Tex 3-layer construction offers burly protection from deep snow and raging storms, while withstanding hardcore abuse in the backcountry. The ergonomic design promotes full range of motion when you're skinning up ridges and charging steep couloirs. Functional pockets store all your backcountry essentials, with large openings facilitating quick grabbing of items on the move. Outer-thigh vents release warmth on uphill slogs, so you're not overheating or sweating profusely on the way up. Dual loops secure ice axes and screws when you're performing a technical ascent with mixed climbing. Bottom hems feature zippered openings for easy fitment over your boots, complete with two snaps for fine-tuning the fit and feel.

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SKU: BKC000Y
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