Houdini RollerCoaster Pant - Women's

Houdini RollerCoaster Pant - Women's
Houdini RollerCoaster Pant - Women's
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RollerCoaster Pant - Women's by Houdini
Houdini made the RollerCoaster Pant for folks who like to play around, but don't like to fool around. Cut with the legs of an active-mountaineer in mind, this hardshell ski pant is designed to move as you move--stretchy, soft, silent, and the perfect companion for early morning tours or pre-dawn ice climbs. Whichever way you decide to wear it, a waterproof membrane and fully sealed seams keep you dry from dawn patrol to last call, while the articulated cut ensures unrestricted mobility. It features a minimalist design that's low on the frills, with simple side zippers for venting on the ascent, and two thigh pockets placed for accessibility with a pack or harness equipped. An eco-friendly construction uses recycled polyester, flurocarbon-free DWR, and Bluesign approved fabrics, so you can fee good about your decisions when you wear the RollerCoaster Pant.

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