Norrona Tamok Dri2 Pant - Women's

Norrona Tamok Dri2 Pant - Women's
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Tamok Dri2 Pant - Women's by Norrona
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Norrona Tamok Dri2 Pant - Women's

If your old pair of ski pants have seen better days, consider upgrading to the Norrona Women's Tamok Dri2 Pant. With a slimmer silhouette and military-inspired accents, the Tamok represents a big step forward from those old ski pants you picked up in college from a friend, and one that matches your big step forward in skills since then. Instead of baggy legs and a perennially wet seat, you'll enjoy a tailored cut and a breathable, durable shell fabric as you explore faraway resorts and venture into the backcountry. Two-layer Cordura nylon and organic cotton fibers come finished with Norrona's Dri2 membrane, a waterproof and windproof treatment that makes them impermeable to the most stubborn snowflakes and soaked chairlift seats. Inside the pant, a brushed interior takes the place of bulkier insulation, adding a subtle layer of warmth in the cold while remaining breathable against your baselayer. As you bend down to buckle down boots or clip into your bindings, the Tamok's wide, supportive waistband will provide a gap-free fit, sitting high on your natural waist and securing with two snaps to keep snow and icy drafts out. A variety of other thoughtful features, including ankle gaiters, Snap Seal powder skirt compatibility, an adjustable waist, and a wealth of usable pockets conspire to allow the Tamok to seamlessly adapt to your routine. The pants are finished with airy thigh vents to help keep your temperature consistent when you're working hard.

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