Marmot La Meije Pant - Men's

Marmot La Meije Pant - Men's
Marmot La Meije Pant - Men's
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La Meije Pant - Men's by Marmot
Named after the second tallest mountain in the Ecrins range, the Marmot Men's La Meije Pant is designed to combat high-octane, alpine touring pursuits that require hard-wearing and adaptive outerwear. More specifically, the La Meije features a waterproof, breathable, and durable Gore-Tex Performance construction that protects you against moisture and precipitation. The fully taped seams further safeguard you from errant moisture, while the articulated knees assure unimpeded mobility when it comes to tackling tough terrain. Additionally, the La Meije touts a removable softshell bib and suspenders that offer seamless integration with the La Meije jacket--meaning you're able to launch through bottomless powder, without having to worry about getting snow in your knickers. The myriad of pockets feature water-resistant zippers, so your necessities stay nice and dry, and the internal gaiters protect your footwear and baselayers from sneaky snow. Not to mention, the side zippers offer on-the-go-temperature regulation, so you don't feel like a swampy, hot mess when you finally reach the summit.

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SKU: MAR00V6
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