Mountain Hardwear Cloud Bank GTX Insulated Pant - Men's

Mountain Hardwear Cloud Bank GTX Insulated Pant - Men's
Mountain Hardwear Cloud Bank GTX Insulated Pant - Men's
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Cloud Bank GTX Insulated Pant - Men's by Mountain Hardwear
Let the Mountain Hardwear Cloud Bank GTX Insulated Pants accompany you on resort-accessed powder, cold mid-winter days, to snowmobile adventures. The Gore-Tex 2-layer membrane is fully waterproof and breathable to ensure that you're dry and comfortable while working hard, and 60g of Thermal. Q insulation is added to high exposed areas in the seat and knees, while 40g is throughout the rest of the pant for a balanced amount of warmth. If you start to get hot, open up the zippered thigh vents to allow airflow to cool you down, and zippered hand pockets keep everything from your ski pass to your car keys.

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