Maiwa Backcountry Insulation Pant - Women's by Black Yak
Halfway up a particularly difficult alpine route, you stop for a moment to reflect on the journey ahead, looking at your watch to see it's only zero degrees outside. As you ask your climbing partners about their overall warmth and comfort levels, it's apparent you're the only one adequately prepared for the absolutely frigid conditions. Realizing it was going to be bone chilling on the mountain, you layered the Black Yak Women's Maiwa Backcountry Insulation Pant beneath your waterproof hardshell pant before leaving the trailhead, reaping the toasty-warm benefits of its G-Loft insulation placed throughout the seat and knee panels. G-Loft mimics the lofting power of your favorite down insulation pieces, yet it's not susceptible to outside moisture, as its synthetic fibers won't retain moisture and clump together. It's highly breathable to help regulate your body temperature, as well as packing down efficiently and remaining resilient to regular washings. These characteristics make it a near-perfect insulator for the extreme conditions of alpine mountaineering and backcountry ski touring. The insulated panels use a Lightweight Stretch Nylon shell that resists abrasion when you're layering it under a hardshell pant. The rest of the pant enjoys Power Stretch Fleece for a cozy-soft feel with fluid range of motion for alpine climbing and ski touring.
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