Enough with the "take a run, warm up, take a run, warm up" schedule. Ditch your single-layer shell pants and grab the Burton Fly Women's Pant, which is mapped with super-low-profile Thinsulate insulation to keep your legs warm so you can stop being such a frequent lodge visitor. There's enough room to easily fit a toasty baselayer underneath, too, along with a 10K waterproof and breathable DryRide Durashell membrane to keep moisture where it belongs--outside. The regular fit is slightly tailored but still lets you move totally freely, and the inseam vents help you cool down if you're chowing down on some serious spring riding. Last but not least, the ankle gaiters and zips keep snow from creeping into your boots and let you dial in your style without any hassle.
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