Mammut Haldigrat HS Pant - Men's

Mammut Haldigrat HS Pant - Men's
Mammut Haldigrat HS Pant - Men's
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Haldigrat HS Pant - Men's by Mammut
Mammut made the Men's Haldigrat HS Pant for freeriding power, backcountry touring, and even mountaineering. Its DryTechnology Pro membrane boasts extreme waterproof, breathable ratings for solid protection from snow and plenty of breathability for strenuous ascents. Large zippers on each side provide sufficient ventilation for steep skin tracks and springtime mountaineering endeavors. The bib is removable for proper coverage whether you're riding spring corn or winter powder. Mammut reinforced the seam edges with Dyneema for reliable durability against crampons and ski edges. One of the zippered pockets is sized for Mammut's Barryvox beacon.

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SKU: MAM01FB
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