Crash through the white room with the 686 GLCR Hydra Coverall. InfiniDRY 20K stretch material, fully sealed seams, and a DWR coating shear snow and moisture off with ease while slashing turns in deep snow. If the day turns warm, zippered ventilation can open up and dump heat in a flash. An adjustable hood offers extra weather protection in case the wind picks up and a storm rolls in. The wrist gaiters with thumbholes work with gloves to prevent snow from sneaking into the sleeves while taking a spill, and reinforced ankle cuffs provide additional durability to the suit, keeping the ankles intact when bumping on a board or skis while on the chairlift.
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686 GLCR Hydra Coverall - Men's
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