Norrona Bitihorn Lightweight Pant - Women's

Norrona Bitihorn Lightweight Pant - Women's
Norrona Bitihorn Lightweight Pant - Women's
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Bitihorn Lightweight Pant - Women's by Norrona
With a lot of help from mother nature, and a little help from the Norrona Women's Bitihorn Lightweight Pant, you can take charge of any trail while you recharge your heart and mind. Made with breathable, lightweight nylon, even steep, rocky switchbacks are easy to manage, while stretch panels situated at the knees and thighs assist on the more technical sections. Specially designed cuffs can handle whichever mountain boots you choose, with zippered cuffs and hook-and-loop tabs for secure closure and a gaiter hook for keeping out loose scree. The adjustable waist can be fine-tuned for a perfect fit, and there's rise in the back to eliminate any gap if you bend over to examine an interesting rock or charming wildflower. And because wild expanses and breathtaking views aren't complete without a good snack, there's plenty of room to stash a few in your pockets.

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