Black Diamond Recon Stretch Bib Pant - Women's

Black Diamond Recon Stretch Bib Pant - Women's
Black Diamond Recon Stretch Bib Pant - Women's
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Recon Stretch Bib Pant - Women's by Black Diamond
The Black Diamond Women's Recon Stretch Bib Pant is fully covered in hightly-rated waterproof, breathable protection to protect in powdery weather whether you're touring the backcountry or riding the resort. Its BD. Dry 3L membrane is light, thin, and remarkably breathable to perform well on the skin track. Black Diamond designed the bib with stretchy fabric to offer freedom of movement up and down the mountain. There are adjustments at the waist and suspenders for solid coverage, and snow gaiters keep pow out of your boots.

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SKU: BLDZ997
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