When you're heading into the backcountry, suit up with gear that you know can handle the rough, wet, and cold conditions that you encounter, throw on the 696 GLCR Quantum Thermagraph pants to keep you warm from champagne pow to the wettest sierra cement. The GLCR Quantum Thermagraph pants are ideal for ditching resort boundaries to tackle untracked lines. Thermagraph Body Mapping places 100g Hyperfresh insulation in the seat and knees, where you need it the most, without adding bulk to the fit. Cargo pockets with water-resistant zippers, Cordura-reinfoced horseshoe hems that reduce fraying, and gusseted let with snap closure all boost your comfort with snow-specific features. They've got you covered from the inside out, but from the outside in you're also backed up with infiDRY 20 membrane/laminate that ensures high levels of waterproof protection and breathability, making it well suited for surviving winter's worst conditions in the backcountry, keeping you sealed from the elements as it wicks away sweat on the skin/hike up. Fully taped seams seal the deal, making this pant practically impenetrable from the wettest of spring slush to thigh deep January pow.
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