The North Face Powder Guide Pant - Men's

The North Face Powder Guide Pant - Men's
The North Face Powder Guide Pant - Men's
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Powder Guide Pant - Men's by The North Face
Suit up and get your pow-pants on this winter with the North Face Powder Guide pants. They are ready-shreddy to sink in deep to chest deep powder, skin into the backcountry, and traverse above the treeline so that you can spend your snowy days happily dry while you send it off of chutes and through precarious tree-lines. Made from durable 176D, 2-layer GoreTex the Powder Guide pants are eager to get into the deep of it and keep water rolling off like they were made for frozen rain and torrential downpours --though hopefully it's just sugary featherweight-pow in your neck of the woods. Sealing out moisture further, StretchVent gaiters tighten around your boot with elastic grippers to keep you dry from beneath, and you can synch your pants up with your North Face jacket for jacket-to-pant integration that seals snow from making its way to your base layers. A burly reinforced kickpatch boosts durability at the cuffs to keep sharp edges and rough boots from blowing holes or fraying edges. Speaking of boots, when you're bootpacking up ridgelines things can get sweaty, which is why the North Face backs up the Powder Guide pants with inner thigh vents and Chimney venting system, so you can dump heat as you're guiding yourself to the freshest of pow.

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