Columbia Royce Peak Heat Pant - Men's

Columbia Royce Peak Heat Pant - Men's
Columbia Royce Peak Heat Pant - Men's
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Royce Peak Heat Pant - Men's by Columbia
Unique in their design and purpose, the Columbia Royce Peak Heat Pants are designed for hikes and climbs in chillier weather. Their nylon fabric has the stretch and durability that you need on adventures in rugged terrain, and features a soft inner lining that gives you an extra dose of warmth in cold temps. The lining uses a soft polyester tricot fabric that works in tandem with Columbia's Omni-Heat reflective technology, which reflects your own body heat back to you as a form of insulation that doesn't require the addition of synthetic fill or a bulkier fleece fabric. The result is a soft and warm feel that doesn't contribute any added weight, helping you to keep your body temperature where it needs to be on chilly days in the mountains.

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