Norrona Lyngen Gore-Tex Pro Pant - Men's

Norrona Lyngen Gore-Tex Pro Pant - Men's
Norrona Lyngen Gore-Tex Pro Pant - Men's
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Lyngen Gore-Tex Pro Pant - Men's by Norrona
Designed for technical and adventurous backcountry ascents, the Norrona Lyngen Gore-Tex Pro Pant is a high-performing outer layer for those seeking the biggest lines in the wildest places. With Gore-Tex Pro fabric, you've got total wind and water protection from fickle mountain weather when you're far from home. It also boasts Gore-Tex's most durable construction, ensuring that it won't break down after a grueling season of adventures in high alpine conditions. Reinforcements on the lower leg cuffs offer added durability to prevent damage from crampon edges and rugged rock faces, while large outer-thigh vents allow you to quickly dump heat after long and strenuous climbs. You've got zippered openings at the lower legs so you can easily switch your boots from walk to ski mode when it's time for the descent, and boot gaiters to keep the snow out when you take those first turns into deep and fluffy powder.

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