Mountain Hardwear Boundary Line GTX Insulated Bib Pant - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Boundary Line GTX Insulated Bib Pant - Women's
Mountain Hardwear Boundary Line GTX Insulated Bib Pant - Women's
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Boundary Line GTX Insulated Bib Pant - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
When your winter consists of resort skiing, backcountry skiing, and ski-mountaineering, you need a bib that can keep up with you wherever you shred. Skiing in-bounds or out, the durable insulated Boundary Line bib from Mountain Hardwear will do just that. This flattering full-feature bib keeps you warm and protected while you get some golden time on your skis. The two-layer Gore-Tex shell keeps you cool as you skin uphill and dry while shredding pow on the descent. Body-mapped insulation helps beat the chill on extra cold days to keep you super warm and cozy. Prioritizing performance and comfort, Mountain Hardwear added women-specific articulation, stretch panels, and a zippered drop-seat design to ensure there's no mountain you can't tackle.

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SKU: MHW01H3
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