Strafe Outerwear Theo Pant - Men's

Strafe Outerwear Theo Pant - Men's
Strafe Outerwear Theo Pant - Men's
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Theo Pant - Men's by Strafe Outerwear
When bitter temperatures threaten to keep you from the mountain, grab the Strafe Outerwear Men's Theo Pants. The warmest pants Strafe has ever made, these pants are backed by PrimaLoft Silver insulation so you stay warm through the coldest conditions. Strafe also equipped these pants with a burly eVent shell that blocks wind and precipitation to keep you dry and comfortable in the worst weather. The eVent membrane also offers added breathability over other waterproof, breathable membranes since it's air permeable, which is just a fancy way of saying it doesn't wait for you to start sweating before it lets heat escape the membrane. And if that isn't enough breathability for you, Strafe added its Direct Venting technology to help keep you at a constant temperature when you're on the move. Lower leg zips allow you to adjust the flare of the pants for comfortable boot integration. The Theo Pants feature a moderately tailored cut with ample storage that has been carefully designed to maximize utility.

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SKU: SFO000T
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