Kari Traa Front Flip Pant - Women's

Kari Traa Front Flip Pant - Women's
Kari Traa Front Flip Pant - Women's
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Front Flip Pant - Women's by Kari Traa
The Kari Tr Front Flip Pant will keep you warm and dry whether you take the blue runs down or take its name to heart and huck a couple cliffs on the backside. It features a wind- and water-resistant polyester shell to keep the wet away, and a nice layer of synthetic insulation to do the same with cold weather. The gusseted design comes in handy for pole-planting your way down moguls, while boot gaiters come in handy for keeping snow out while you dip into waist-deep pow. Kari Tr equipped the Front Flip Pant with reinforced cuffs, an adjustable waist, and plenty of pockets.

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SKU: KTR006J
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