Mountain Hardwear High Exposure GTX C-Knit Bib Pant - Men's

Mountain Hardwear High Exposure GTX C-Knit Bib Pant - Men's
Mountain Hardwear High Exposure GTX C-Knit Bib Pant - Men's
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High Exposure GTX C-Knit Bib Pant - Men's by Mountain Hardwear
The High Exposure GTX C-Knit Bib Pant has the ultimate bragging rights as the lightest 3L ski bibs in the Mountain Hardwear line. The mixture of weight savings and protection from the weather comes from the Gore-Tex X-Knit shell fabric that is both waterproof and breathable. These bibs not only keep you covered while you ski pow, but they also feature all the bells and whistles you need to stay prepared. The short height bib with suspenders keeps snow out of your layers while still allowing them to wick moisture and breathe as intended. Additionally a deep front fly zipper makes relieving yourself on ridges slightly more comfortable, and two zippered hand pockets keep your snacks nearby.

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SKU: MHW01DY
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