Black Diamond Dawn Patrol Pant - Women's

Black Diamond Dawn Patrol Pant - Women's
Black Diamond Dawn Patrol Pant - Women's
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Dawn Patrol Pant - Women's by Black Diamond
When it comes to travelling efficiently on all-day tours, look no further than the Black Diamond Women's Dawn Patrol Pant to assure unimpeded mobility and hard-wearing protection. This pant features a four-way stretch nylon construction that's equal parts durable, pliable, and breathable so you can high-step and lunge till the cows come home--or in the very least until Ullr sends more snow. Additionally, the DWR treatment fends off light precipitation and moisture, while the Keprotec instep patches double down on protection against sharp crampons and ski edges. Internal snow gaiters safeguard your footwear and baselayers, and the thigh pockets keep necessities close at hand. Not to mention, the offset, mesh-back vents provide on-the-go temperature regulation, meaning you never have to forgo protection in favor of dumping excess heat.

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SKU: BLD00JD
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