The North Face Summit L5 GTX Pro Bib - Men's

The North Face Summit L5 GTX Pro Bib - Men's
The North Face Summit L5 GTX Pro Bib - Men's
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Summit L5 GTX Pro Bib - Men's by The North Face
Heli-skiing through Alaska or touring through the deep pow of the Sawtooth Mountains calls for The North Face's Summit L5 GTX Pro Bib for ultimate protection in the steep and deep. Part of the Summit Series, this bib is made with three-layer Gore-Tex to give you ridiculously durable protection against the extreme conditions you prefer. The material is 100% waterproof and windproof that can withstand wet-heavy snow while still remaining breathable to help regulate your body temperature. The low-profile bib, suspender and ankle gaiters help keep out chest-deep powder and gusting summit winds. Side zips located on the bib allow for easy removal while your suspenders are still on while the nine inch ankle gussets support easy transitioning from mountaineering to ski boots. Articulated knees gives forgiving flexibility whether you are boot packing the final incline or finally popping your way through pillows.

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