When you're chasing the deepest, freshest powder, you need the finest ensemble to keep you dry, mobile, and ready to perform. Suit up in the Helly Hansen Powderqueen Bib Pant and its freeride features and fabric technologies will allow you focus on your next great descent. This year's model of the Powderqueen has a beacon pocket on the right thigh and added reinforcements inside the bottom hems to prevent snagging and abrasion from boot buckles and ski edges. Helly Tech Performance and fully sealed seams stay dry through deep powder while the four-way stretch material and articulated construction and the seat and knees keep you mobile through ascents and descents alike. Its two-ply construction helps the bibs feel warmer on dawn patrols while the brushed fleece lining at the seat offers light cushion and warmth for sitting on cold chairlifts.
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Helly Hansen Powderqueen Bib Pant - Women's
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