Mountain Hardwear Hardwear Denim Jean - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Hardwear Denim Jean - Women's
Mountain Hardwear Hardwear Denim Jean - Women's
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Hardwear Denim Jean - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
The Mountain Hardwear Women's Hardwear Denim Jeans are your new favorite piece. Easy to pair, dress up or down, and fit in at almost any occasion, these pants are sure to get worn so often, a normal pair of jeans would fall apart. The good news is, these aren't just a normal pair of jeans. Their stretchy cotton blend includes Cordura nylon, for impressive durability that doesn't sacrifice your comfort. Whether you wear them for fun weekend activities or to the office, you can be comfortable without losing your sense of style.

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SKU: MHW012S
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