Mammut Mittellegi Pro HS Pant - Women's

Mammut Mittellegi Pro HS Pant - Women's
$549.95
Mittellegi Pro HS Pant - Women's by Mammut
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Mammut Mittellegi Pro HS Pant - Women's

Whether you're walking in the footsteps of the infamous female mountaineer, Lucy Walker, or chasing your little mountain goats up the local sledding hill, Mammut's Mittellegi Pro HS Pant for Women offer nothing short of an amply-reinforced experience. Named after the Mittellegi Ridge of the Eiger, these pants were inspired by 80 years worth of mountaineering experiences on this peak. Built for the steepest of climbs, unruliest of storms, and loudest of laughter, these pants tells stories of FA's, exhausted limbs, and summit smiles as wide as the Eiger itself. If you find yourself in waist deep in a snowy blanche, worry not--the Gore-Tex Pro fabric utilizes three layers to keep sweat, snow, and other weathery junk off of your skin for long term comfort, so you stay dry whatever the weather. In addition to being weather-resistant, the Pro 3L material is abrasion resistant, which will certainly come in handy when your snowy treks suddenly transform into rocky scrambles. The hem reinforcements and extra-high crampon protection serve as personal bodyguard for your ankles while the integrated ankle gaiters (with an adjustable hook-and-loop) prevent any sneaky snow from weaseling its way up into your baselayers. The full-length side zips permit impromptu bathroom breaks and necessary body heat dumps when your insides start to feel a reminiscent of a cast-iron pan. Equipped with detachable suspenders, these pants have a girthy, raised waistband, perfect for keeping your internal goodies happy and far from topsy turvy. The Coolmax lining keeps your engine from overheating while the waistband can be adjusted from the outside to let out some steam. The leg pocket easily fits a trail map or a mini teleportation device, just in case the situation gets hairy.

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