Flylow Magnum 2.1 Pant - Men's

Flylow Magnum 2.1 Pant - Men's
Flylow Magnum 2.1 Pant - Men's
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Magnum 2.1 Pant - Men's by Flylow
With the Flylow Magnum 2. 1 Pant you've got stretch and mobility to help you charge that final run, then sprint through the parking lot to catch your friends who weren't bluffing when they said they'd leave you behind. Mobile, lightweight, and durably waterproof, these pants are a must-have for backcountry purists, park rats, and weekend warriors alike. Their waterproof Stormshell Intuitive fabric keeps out slushy mixes and heavy pow dumps, and features a performance stretch and strategic stitching to help you move the way you need to when you're ripping it your way. For strenuous hikes to higher terrain you've got inner and outer thigh vents that quickly release excess heat, and a thigh pocket with an avalanche beacon attachment for safety when your travels take you out of bounds.

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