Norrona Lyngen Windstopper Hybrid Pant - Men's

Norrona Lyngen Windstopper Hybrid Pant - Men's
Norrona Lyngen Windstopper Hybrid Pant - Men's
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Lyngen Windstopper Hybrid Pant - Men's by Norrona
Whether you're headed out for a big mountain tour in Alaska or you're just hitting the home hill for some groomer laps, the Norrona Lyngen Windstopper Hybrid Pant delivers comfort and performance. This hybrid shell features Gore Windstopper at the front, thighs, knees, seat, and lower leg, with stretchy flex1 fabric strategically placed for maximum mobility and ventilation. Incredibly lightweight, they won't weigh you down during long walks in the backcountry but still feature the snow-stopping convenience of snow gaiters, as well as taped seams and a water-resistant DWR finish. The adjustable waist is equipped with a zip attachment for compatible Norrona bibs, as well as snap-in points for the powder skirt on compatible jackets.

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SKU: NRA00FQ
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