Backcountry Wolverine Cirque 3/4 Insulated Pant - Men's

Backcountry Wolverine Cirque 3/4 Insulated Pant - Men's
Backcountry Wolverine Cirque 3/4 Insulated Pant - Men's
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Wolverine Cirque 3/4 Insulated Pant - Men's by Backcountry
The darkest hour is just before dawn. It's also the coldest one, and since Backcountry Gearheads get most our skiing done before sunrise, we wanted to add more warmth to our touring collection. The Dead Tree Zip-Off Knickers are insulated to add warmth on frigid dawn patrols with innovative insulation that boasts high levels of breathability and plenty of stretch for performance-oriented comfort on the skin track. When the track gets steep or the temperature rises with the sun, top-to-bottom zippers at each side let you remove the knickers without taking off your boots or skis. The knickers have a water-resistant treatment to shed any snowfall when you're in the middle of this transition or when things get powdery.

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SKU: BCC00BV
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