Outdoor Research Furio Pant - Men's

Outdoor Research Furio Pant - Men's
Outdoor Research Furio Pant - Men's
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Furio Pant - Men's by Outdoor Research
You don't have to take furious winter weather sitting down, you can fight back with the Outdoor Research Men's Furio Pants. Designed and built to put the smack down on burly big mountain weather, the Furios have a hybrid-mapped construction to make them bombproof in prone-to-wear areas, breathable where you need it, and packable for your convenience.The bulk of the Furio is composed of a two-layer Gore-Tex shell with Paclite technology to keep them waterproof, breathable, and packable. Meanwhile, the seat and knees are reinforced with a three-layer Gore-Tex shell with C-Knit technology, so those areas that tend to see more contact with snow stay nice and dry. The scuff guards are a nylon, Kevlar blend that won't piece out after a season's worth of wear from boots, edges, snow, and ice. To keep the pants comfortable, the Furios have a gusseted crotch, articulated knees, and an integrated belt that is adjustable, so you can dial in the perfect fit to accommodate any extra layers.

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SKU: ODR00AM
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