Flylow Sassyfrass Pant - Women's

Flylow Sassyfrass Pant - Women's
Flylow Sassyfrass Pant - Women's
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Sassyfrass Pant - Women's by Flylow
You are never seen without wearing a skinny pant, so you get frustrated when ski pants are so baggy and unflattering. Flylow Gear made the Sassyfrass Pant with a flattering fit while still providing performance technology. Made with three-layer Intuitive Fabric to give you solid waterproof protection at the resort and reinforced with fully sealed seams just in case. The polyester stretch fabric makes wearing a skinny pant on the mountain comfortable and the jersey backing is soft to the touch and can be worn on bluebird spring days without a baselayer. Reinforced material on the cuffs will help keep this pant in good condition after multiple seasons and so will the adjustable waist. Keep your pass in the zippered thigh pocket and hit the slopes in flattering fashion this season.

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SKU: FLG0087
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