Black Diamond Recon Stretch Bib Pant

Black Diamond Recon Stretch Bib Pant
Black Diamond Recon Stretch Bib Pant
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Recon Stretch Bib Pant by Black Diamond
Whether you're earning your turns or lapping lifts, the Recon Stretch Bib Ski Pant from Black Diamond will keep you comfortable, moving, and dry. Its BD. dry waterproof membrane offers protection on stormy days while also providing breathability when you're on long tours in the backcountry. Four-way stretch fabric keeps you moving on the skin track and mobile through tree runs. An updated, low profile beacon pocket stows your avy gear when you venture out of bounds and thigh pockets store your daily necessities. Offset side venting dumps heat when you're boot-packing and lapping turns in deep powder while the high mounted snow gaiter keeps out those fresh flakes for day-long comfort in the snow.

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SKU: BLD010Z
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