Minus 33 Katmai Expedition Bottom - Men's

Minus 33 Katmai Expedition Bottom - Men's
Minus 33 Katmai Expedition Bottom - Men's
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Katmai Expedition Bottom - Men's by Minus 33
The Minus 33 Men's Katmai Expedition Bottoms are built for the coldest days. With their 400 g/m2 insulation weight, you'll keep warm when the temps plummet, so whether your home mountain is Lake Placid or Alyeska, throw this heavyweight insulating baselayer on and show that icy chairlift what's up.

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