When it comes to packing for ski trips, space is precious. On the one hand, you want to pack enough clothes to to stay comfortable both on the mountain and in the lodge, but on the other hand, you've got goggles, helmets, gloves, beanies, and cameras taking up all that space. Well with the 686 Gore-Tex Smarty 3-in-1 Cargo Pant you'll have warmth and comfort on the slopes as well as a cozy fleece pant to rock when you're out on the town or chilling by the fire. This pant features a waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex shell to keep you protected from ever-changing mountain elements, and a fleece liner that zips out into a cozy everyday pant for days of down time spent meandering quiet mountain towns. Don't let its casual versatility make you think this pant doesn't get the job done on the mountain. It's outfitted with all the bells and whistles you'd expect from 686. Mesh-lined thigh vents let you dump heat after ripping hard in some deep powder, a BOA-compatible ankle gaiter keeps the snow out and lets you adjust your boot quickly and without hassle, and anti-abrasion coated kick panels withstand anything you can put them through during your always-wandering mountain adventures.
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686 Gore-Tex Smarty 3-in-1 Cargo Pant - Men's
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