Sealing out waist-deep powder while locking in pleasant warmth, the Klattermusen Women's Brage Pant excels in demanding alpine conditions with its 3-layer construction with recycled nylon fabric. The Brage Pant represents the pinnacle of Klattermusen's sustainable outerwear collection, delivering premium waterproofing, rugged durability, and clean styling wrapped into an all-recycled nylon shell, completely free of harmful flourocarbons and PFOA. It's designed with a higher waistline, which keeps out the deepest snow and nastiest alpine conditions. The optional suspenders provide a fine-tuned fit when extra security is paramount during fast-paced skiing and riding. Duracoat reinforcements combat excess wear and tear, ensuring years of dependable use at the ski resort and backcountry alike. KEVLAR along the bottom cuffs prevent ripping and fraying, which is especially common when you're walking and hiking. Two-way ventilation along the outer thighs rapidly cools your body, which is especially useful for uphill ski touring and out-of-bounds hikes to fresh lines. Also, there's a variety of functional pockets for harmoniously storing all your skiing and riding essentials within close reach.
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