Norrona Fjora Flex1 Softshell Pant - Men's

Norrona Fjora Flex1 Softshell Pant - Men's
Norrona Fjora Flex1 Softshell Pant - Men's
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Fjora Flex1 Softshell Pant - Men's by Norrona
Made to encourage your all-weather mountain biking addiction, the Norrona Men's Fjora Flex1 Softshell Pants keep you pedaling when the weather gets nasty. It's made with a stretchy, breathable, and water-resistant Flex1 softshell fabric that protects you from mud and rain while keeping you comfortable on long slogs and tough ascents. And although Norrona initially designed this pant for singletrack mountain biking, it's quickly become a favorite for a variety of outdoor activities, from trekking to technical alpine ascents, thanks to its versatile qualities.

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