Columbia Bugaboo Omni-Heat Pant - Women's

Columbia Bugaboo Omni-Heat Pant - Women's
Columbia Bugaboo Omni-Heat Pant - Women's
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Bugaboo Omni-Heat Pant - Women's by Columbia
When white skies and cold snow come blowing at your local mountain, simply grab your Columbia Bugaboo Omni-Heat Pants and you're all set for warm legs on a snow day. Omni-Tech equips this pant with waterproof, breathable protection, and taped seams enhance waterproofing by preventing a wet snow from seeping through. When the day turns really cold, you'll appreciate the synthetic insulation and thermal-reflective lining that traps your precious body heat, while the leg gaiters ensure no snow ends up in your boots on waist-deep powder days. A regular fit gives you room to move unrestricted all over the mountain, and still remains comfortable even with your thickest baselayer on underneath.

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SKU: COL02Y7
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