Arc'teryx Cassiar Pant - Men's

Arc'teryx Cassiar Pant - Men's
Arc'teryx Cassiar Pant - Men's
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Cassiar Pant - Men's by Arc'teryx
From groomer days to lift-served powder turns, the Arc'teryx Men's Cassiar Pants will do it all. The best of both worlds, this pant is constructed with a protective 3-layer Gore-Tex membrane that shields you from wind and water and a supple 4-way stretch fabric that enables you to move without restraint. A brushed flannel backer adds insulation and comfort when skiing. Internal adjusters leave the waistline clean and add to the pant's streamlined look while giving you a secure fit. Mesh-lined PowderGuard vents let you dump heat on warm days or after a long run. PowderCuffs keep snow from sneaking into your boots, while Keprotec insteps guard your hems against abrasion from sharp ski edges or boots.

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SKU: ARC00KX
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