Flylow Compound Pant - Men's

Flylow Compound Pant - Men's
Flylow Compound Pant - Men's
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Compound Pant - Men's by Flylow
From first tram after a wicked snowstorm to heli drops along formidable peaks, the FlyLow Men's Compound Pant is just what you're seeking for reliable waterproofing and breathability on the deepest days of the season. eVent fabric with Direct Venting offers proven protection from deep powder while breathing exceptionally well for optimum comfort when you're moving fast and skiing hard. Articulated knees promote full range of motion desired for skinning, skiing, and hiking for fresh turns. Fully taped seams and YKK waterproof zips seal out moisture from seeping through and dampening your mountain experience. Powder skirt snap connectors attach to your compatible FlyLow Jacket for protection from waist-deep snow. Cross-ventilation prevents overheating when you're working up a sweat on fast tours and demanding bootpacks beyond the resort. 1000D Cordura cuffs prevent ripping where the pant is most susceptible to heavy wear. For functional carrying, four total pockets store your essentials on the mountain, and a dedicated beacon pocket carries essential backcountry safety equipment.

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SKU: FLG007F
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