Marmot Portal Pant - Men's

Marmot Portal Pant - Men's
Marmot Portal Pant - Men's
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Portal Pant - Men's by Marmot
When you want protection from the elements without extra bulk, pull on the Portal Pant. Marmot built the Portal with M3 Softshell fabric for the adventurer that wants to make miles without lugging extra weight.

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SKU: MARZ99K
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