Dynafit Mercury DST Softshell Pant - Women's

Dynafit Mercury DST Softshell Pant - Women's
$229.95
Mercury DST Softshell Pant - Women's by Dynafit
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Dynafit Mercury DST Softshell Pant - Women's

You've already made the switch to a softshell jacket. It's awesome, right' The breathability and mobility are worlds better than your hardshell, and it has dramatically improved your overall backcountry experience. So now the question is, why are you still wearing your hardshell pants' Not only are they far less breathable than softshell, but it is quite a lot harder to shed layers on your lower half than your upper half. It's time you put on the Dynafit Mercury Softshell Pant and give your legs the comfort they deserve.The companion to the Mercury jacket, this pant features the same Dynastretch softshell that is composed of a ultra-tight weave of nylon and elastane for durability and stretch. The single-ply construction is water and wind resistant, and the lack of a membrane allows for far greater stretch and range of motion. Dynafit knows you'll likely be wearing crampons or skis along with the pants, so the inner cuffs are protected by heavy-weave nylon panels. For extra breathability on the uphill, side zips can be opened to vent the pant, and boot gaiters keep snow out when you're in the deep stuff. There's no denying the fact that it's about time you give your legs some breathing room on your backcountry adventures.

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