Appropriately named after the powder paradise that is Norway's Tamuk Valley, the Norrona Men's Tamok Gore-Tex Pant offers outstanding protection from deep snow and extreme alpine conditions. Catering to freeriders and backcountry enthusiasts, the Tamuk Pant delivers the guaranteed waterproofing, bomber construction, and silky-smooth comfort of a Gore-Tex 3-layer C-Knit membrane. Fully sealed with the reduced size of 13mm Gore Seam Tape, the Tamuk Pant minimizes overall bulk without leaving you vulnerable to soggy downpours and raging blizzards. Quickly expelling built-up heat when you're skinning in the backcountry or hiking to fresh lines beyond the resort's boundaries, cross-ventilation vents maximize thermo-regulation when you're working up a sweat. The removable powder skirt keeps snow from working inside with every blissful trip to the white room. Cargo, hand-warmer, and rear pockets provide ample storage for all your snacks, accessories, and small tools on the mountain. Another great feature are Cordura-reinforced cuffs, which prevent premature fraying and ripping.
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