Outdoor Research Offchute Pant - Men's

Outdoor Research Offchute Pant - Men's
Outdoor Research Offchute Pant - Men's
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Offchute Pant - Men's by Outdoor Research
Outdoor Research built the Men's Offchute Pant with the weatherproofing needed to keep you warm and dry when you're riding chairlifts in a snowstorm, along with the stretch and breathability you want when you're earning your turns in the backcountry. The result is a ski pant that works hard during long days on the mountain, whether you're lapping the resort or searching for freshies beyond the gates.Ventia fabric is stretchy, breathable, quiet, and smooth like a softshell, but withstands gusty conditions and heavy snowfall like a hardshell. A touch of insulation in the seat and knees help you stay warm during long lift rides. Zippered thigh vents keep you from getting drenched with sweat when you're skiing spring corn. And since you should never leave the resort without proper avalanche safety gear (and training), Outdoor Research included a convenient beacon pocket with clip so you can stay prepared without having to deal with your beacon strapped uncomfortably around your chest.

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SKU: ODR00HT
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