Houdini Corner Pant - Women's

Houdini Corner Pant - Women's
$199.97 $399.95 50% off
Corner Pant - Women's by Houdini
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Houdini Corner Pant - Women's

When epic Vermont winters have you bouncing through Stowe's shady glades like a kid hyped up on too much maple syrup, the last thing you should worry about is whether or not your parmesan-aged pants will hold up against the elements. With the Houdini Sportswear Corner Pants for Women, your noodles stay dry even when the snow is thigh high--so there's no reason you can't tuck and turn deep into those tight corners. The folks at Houdini foresaw the need to create practical, functional, and beautiful products that were not only conscientiously crafted but also 100% recyclable or biodegradable. So, heeding the dire call of eco-friendly products, Houdini answered with the Corner Pants. The fabric membrane consists of recycled products that, in turn can be recycled. Equipped with the extremely durable, waterproof Cargo 3L Hardshell material, fully-taped seams, boot-friendly gaiters, and waterproof zippers, these pants ensure that no sneaky precipitation can permeate through to your baselayer. And whether you're dropping a knee or dashing uphill, the articulated knees, ventilation zips, and gusseted crotch ensure maximum mobility optimal for a comfortable ride while the zippered pockets and kevlar enforced inner cuffs safeguard all of your goodies so you can sail through confectioner-sugar-snow drifts without trepidation.

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