Mountain Equipment Lightline Down Pant - Men's

Mountain Equipment Lightline Down Pant - Men's
Mountain Equipment Lightline Down Pant - Men's
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Lightline Down Pant - Men's by Mountain Equipment
Treat your lower body with the Mountain Equipment Men's Lightline Down Pant when you need recover at basecamp or are taking on the remaining ascent. Mountain Equipment stuffed this pant with lofty 675-fill down insulation to warm your legs up in frigid temperatures, and the stitched baffle construction keeps the down in place in order to maximize your warmth throughout your lower body. Its Drilite Loft shell is totally windproof and highly water-resistant, and the fabric is also lightweight and compressible so you don't have to sacrifice space for warmth when you travel. An active fit pulls the Lightline close to your waist and legs in order to reduce bulk under an outer layer, and articulated knees provide exceptional freedom of movement when you climb. Full-length side zippers help you put this pant on even when you have boots on. Wear it with the suspenders, or take them off and rely on the elasticized waist to keep your pants on. Mountain Equipment reinforced the seat, knees, and inner cuffs to keep this pant durable for multiple seasons.

SKU: MEQ0002
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