Marmot Kate Softshell Pant - Women's

Marmot Kate Softshell Pant - Women's
Marmot Kate Softshell Pant - Women's
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Kate Softshell Pant - Women's by Marmot
Arguably, there's nothing more uncomfortable than wearing a pair of stiff pants on the skin track. So do yourself a favor and don the Marmot Women's Kate Pant when your slope-side activities call for unrestricted mobility. The Kate features Marmot's M1 material which is not only waterproof and breathable, but also windproof and stretchy. The articulated, slim fit offers a sleek look that's equally stylish as it is practical, while the faux hand pockets provide a tailored illusion. Internal gaiters keep snow out of your ski boots, while the ankle zippers provide easy access to ski boots.

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SKU: MAR015H
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