Black Diamond Recon Stretch Ski Pant - Women's

Black Diamond Recon Stretch Ski Pant - Women's
Black Diamond Recon Stretch Ski Pant - Women's
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Recon Stretch Ski Pant - Women's by Black Diamond
Whether your mission's objective is to lap the tram as many times as possible or to be descending before sunrise so you can get to work on time, the Black Diamond Recon Stretch Ski Pants want to come along. Their waterproof, breathable BD. dry membrane seals out snow and rain without trapping in vapor to keep you comfortable whether you're doing laps at the resort or hiking for your turns. Four-way stretch construction works with the articulated seat and knees to ensure that you can move without restriction and hold a natural stance without the discomfort of bunching fabric. Offset vents and 1/4-zip leg zippers ensure that you can vent heat when you need to and that you can easily access your boots without a hassle. Reinforced kick patches help the pants stand up to interactions with ski edges and crampons, extending their expected lifespan even if you're clumsy on dawn patrols.

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SKU: BLD00SJ
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