Marmot Spire Pant - Men's

Marmot Spire Pant - Men's
Marmot Spire Pant - Men's
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Spire Pant - Men's by Marmot
For those who spend the days of winter in an endless quest for fresh tracks through the fluffy stuff, the Marmot Men's Spire Pant is the bombproof storm-riding piece of your dreams. Made with the waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex 3-layer Performance Shell fabric adored by skiers and boarders from Alaska to Antarctica, the Spire provides a guaranteed barrier against moisture--after all, you'll be waist deep in pow with any luck. When you're hiking for the goods, full-length side zips dump excess heat and make for quick on and off even while wearing ski boots. Whether your prefer a belt or bibs, the adjustable and removable suspenders with a lightweight mesh back panel and belt loops let you dial your fit in to keep the pants where you want them. Marmot crafted these pants with articulated knees and a relaxed fit for a freeride vibe, so you might want to size down unless you're down with the baggy swag.

SKU: MAR1546
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