Norrona Lofoten Gore-Tex Pro Light Pant -Men's

Norrona Lofoten Gore-Tex Pro Light Pant -Men's
Norrona Lofoten Gore-Tex Pro Light Pant -Men's
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Lofoten Gore-Tex Pro Light Pant -Men's by Norrona
If you choose a different ski pant than the Norrona Men's Lofoten Gore-Tex Pro Light Pant, make sure you compare weights with each so you can hate each extra gram you're hauling up steep skinners. Sure it only weighs a couple grams less, but a couple of grams are worth hating when you faceplant on the umpteenth kick-turn. The harshest part is thinking how this pant will do the same job--or even better--at keeping your knees dry while you slowly get back up. Its Gore-Tex Pro membrane is one of the best in the waterproofing business, except its amplified breathability keeps you comfier on said steep skin track. The pant's lightweight nature comes from a thin, three-layer construction that makes this pant easier to pack for your annual yurt trips, too. That means more room in your duffel for post-tour brews.

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