Gore Wear H5 Partial GORE-TEX INFINIUM Pant - Men's

Gore Wear H5 Partial GORE-TEX INFINIUM Pant - Men's
Gore Wear H5 Partial GORE-TEX INFINIUM Pant - Men's
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H5 Partial GORE-TEX INFINIUM Pant - Men's by Gore Wear
Built to move fluidly through all the twists and turns of your hike, the Gore Bike Wear H5 Partial Gore-Tex Infinium Pants offer the stretch, breathability, and protection you need for serious days on trail. The flexible, lightweight Gore-Tex Infinium construction keeps saturation from the clouds or water running off your jacket at bay, while the Windstopper panels do their part to protect your vulnerable legs from piercingly cold winds. The wide elastic waistband features an integrated drawcord for easy customization and a snug fit, while the carefully-mixed fabrics that comprise these pants give you a full and natural range of motion to nimbly scramble over root, rock, and log.

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