Designed for your most daring and adventurous backcountry missions, the Mammut Alvier Pro HS Bib Pant is your go-to choice for high breathability, durable waterproofing, and extended coverage when you're trekking far from home. It's built with a lightweight and durable Gore-Tex Pro membrane that protects you from heavy snows season after season, and ensures breathable comfort on even the most strenuous ascents. Merino wool sections in the bib help provide comfort and warmth, while the chest-high design delivers tons of coverage under your shell to make sure that slashing snow stays out. When you get too warm hiking up steep pitches you've got two outer thigh vents for easy temperature regulation, and when you need to strap on your crampons and take on technical terrain you can tighten the leg widths for an easier step in and less of a chance of tearing your pant legs. The cuffs of the pant leg are also reinforced with extra durable fabric to resist any abrasion that may occur. To make safety preparedness easier and more accessible, there's a beacon-specific pocket with a convenient loop for secure storage, and to hold everything else you've got two zippered thigh pockets.
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