Haglofs L.I.M Pant - Women's

Haglofs L.I.M Pant - Women's
Haglofs L.I.M Pant - Women's
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L.I.M Pant - Women's by Haglofs
Don't leave on your adventure without the L. I. M Pants from Haglofs in your pack. These waterproof, windproof pants only add 7 ounces to your load, but provide defense against the elements to keep your trip fun. Gore-Tex Paclite leads the industry in extremely breathable, waterproof protection. It seals out rain without turning you into a sauna by allowing vapor to escape as you work up a sweat. The full-length side zippers ensure that you can get the pants on and off without removing your footwear--a critical move in wet conditions--and provide ventilation when you start to overheat. The cut features articulated knees to minimize excess fabric that would otherwise cause bunching and restriction, and the regular fit leaves room for your baselayers without looking overly baggy. The adjustable hem and elasticated waist conform to fit you precisely as well as interface nicely with your gear for the day from boots to backpack.

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