Mammut Scalottas HS Thermo Pant - Men's

Mammut Scalottas HS Thermo Pant - Men's
Mammut Scalottas HS Thermo Pant - Men's
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Scalottas HS Thermo Pant - Men's by Mammut
As the only lined Gore-Tex ski pants in Mammut's collection, the Scalottas HS Thermo Pants boast waterproof, breathable protection and soft, warm comfort to give Old Man Winter a what's for. A two-layer Gore-Tex construction gives these pants high levels of waterproof protection against rain, sleet, and snow at the resort while remaining extremely breathable to combat sweaty situations if you hike for your turns. An innovative Georganic Shape Pattern provides you with an optimized fit and greater freedom of movement, while the zippered mesh vents help you release heat quickly when the day turns out to be warmer than expected.

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