Marmot Lightray Pant - Men's

Marmot Lightray Pant - Men's
Marmot Lightray Pant - Men's
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Lightray Pant - Men's by Marmot
Take a long walk on the skin track for fresh turns or make long arcing turns on groomers in the versatile and protective Marmot Lightray pant. These 2L Gore-Tex pants are built to keep the weather and moisture out of your long johns while still allowing excess heat to escape for maximum moisture and temperature control while enjoying a day on the hill. As that day on hill takes you further from the beaten trail the internal gaiters will keep snow out of your socks while you boot pack and large inner thigh vents will dump excess heat so that you can easily access your favorite late afternoon powder stash.

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SKU: MAR01J1
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