Marmot Refuge Pant - Men's

Marmot Refuge Pant - Men's
Marmot Refuge Pant - Men's
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Refuge Pant - Men's by Marmot
While everyone else is cowering inside, you'll take refuge out in the land of blowing snow. The Men's Marmot Refuge Pant boasts a water resistant membrane and plenty of features to keep you lapping up those free refills. Fully sealed seams with water-resistant zippers ensure that your legs are going to stay safe and dry while you take advantage of the fresh snow. Side vents let you dump heat when you're working hard and elastic gaiters will keep the snow out of your ankles. Should you grow hungry, you won't have to go inside for snacks thanks to four different pockets at your disposal, even your appetite is well protected.

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SKU: MAR01XE
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