The North Face Free Thinker Bib Pant - Men's

The North Face Free Thinker Bib Pant - Men's
The North Face Free Thinker Bib Pant - Men's
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Free Thinker Bib Pant - Men's by The North Face
Supporting your nonconformist attitude, The North Face Men's Free Thinker Bib Pant offers pro-level waterproofing and rugged durability for pow-hungry purists earning their turns in the backcountry. This no-nonsense bib pant features Gore-Tex 3-layer membrane for the utmost in technical performance, ensuring you stay dry and comfortable through raging snowstorms and chest-deep powder. Quarter-length side zippers facilitate easy on and off, just in case nature calls and you're halfway up the mountain. Actively expelling built-up water vapor, the pant's Chimney Venting System is made of mesh upper gaiters that channel hot air from the top of your boots and up and out of the pant's mesh-lined thigh vents. The result is a free-flowing exhaust system that's effective at keeping you cool during demanding backcountry tours and intense boot packs. And don't worry about snow getting in, the mesh upper gaiters are backed to prevent blower pow from shooting inside.

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SKU: TNF03IF
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