Mountain Hardwear Cloud Bank GTX Insulated Pant - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Cloud Bank GTX Insulated Pant - Women's
Mountain Hardwear Cloud Bank GTX Insulated Pant - Women's
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Cloud Bank GTX Insulated Pant - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
With a waterproof shell, synthetic insulation, and performance features, the Cloud Bank Gore-Tex insulated pants are ready to tackle everything from cruising groomers to skinning in the backcountry, regardless of how volatile (or not) the weather is. The two-layer Gore-Tex shell fends off snow without making you clammy on hot laps, and thigh-length zip-vents mean you can take on a grueling traverse without the typical overheating that will cause you to freeze later on. When temperatures do drop, Thermal. Q polyester keeps you insulated against the cold, so you can stay comfortably mobile no matter the weather.

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SKU: MHW01H8
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