Mountain Hardwear Cloud Bank GTX Pant - Men's

Mountain Hardwear Cloud Bank GTX Pant - Men's
Mountain Hardwear Cloud Bank GTX Pant - Men's
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Cloud Bank GTX Pant - Men's by Mountain Hardwear
Whether you're skiing fresh powder in the back bowls or closing out the season on spring slush days, the Mountain Hardwear Cloud Bank GTX Pant is stacked with features and is up for any challenge. The rugged polyester outer fabric is durable and abrasion-resistant when you're hitting tree runs or take a spill on the groomer, and a 2-layer Gore-Tex membrane keeps you nice and dry regardless of how wet the snow is. Reinforced kick patches protect from the wear and tear of getting into your skis or snowboard or walking through the parking lot, and articulated knees provide a more natural range of motion. If you get too hot from countless resort laps, open up the thigh vents to allow some airflow to help cool you off.

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