Mammut Eisfeld Guide SO Pant - Women's

Mammut Eisfeld Guide SO Pant - Women's
Mammut Eisfeld Guide SO Pant - Women's
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Eisfeld Guide SO Pant - Women's by Mammut
On big mountain expeditions and early morning tours alike you'll be happy to have the Mammut Eisfeld Guide SO Pant equipped. These hybrid technical pants combine durable, elastic softshell with waterproof Gore-Tex Infinium at high-exposure areas. You'll repel snow and wind when the storms roll in over the mountains, and the abrasion-proof fabric keeps sharp rock faces from ruining your pants during tricky moves. When you're working fast, and things heat up, the hybrid fabric's super breathable features will keep you comfortable and you can dump extra warmth with the side vents.

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SKU: MAMU57H
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