Pull on the Mountain Hardwear Firefall Bib Pant in the morning for all day comfort and protection from the weather during the deepest powder days of the season. You can rely on the Thermal. Q insulation and taped seams to keep you warm and dry even if you are riding a super wet storm in the Pacific Northwest or the East Coast. As the days get longer and powder turns to corn, you can still keep rocking the Firefall thanks to the large side zips that can quickly release heat on your next lift ride.
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