Outdoor Research Maximus Pant - Men's

Outdoor Research Maximus Pant - Men's
Outdoor Research Maximus Pant - Men's
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Maximus Pant - Men's by Outdoor Research
Ready to handle your wildest forays into the backcountry, the Outdoor Research Men's Maximus Pant is a winter workhorse that keeps up with the most demanding skiers. Gore-Tex Pro fabric keeps the heaviest snow at bay, and movement-mirroring stretch panels ensure uninhibited mobility, whether you're on a technical climb up or a thrilling ride down. The Gore-Tex Pro fabric's seams are fully sealed to prevent moisture from seeping in throughout the day, and bib styling helps keep snow out when you're shredding through waist-deep powder. A specialized avalanche beacon pocket secures your transceiver so you don't have to strap it uncomfortably to your chest. Zippered pockets stow other essentials such as energy gels and maps, and the drop seat lets you heed nature's call without removing your suspenders.

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SKU: ODR00HN
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