Norrona Tamok Gore-Tex Pro Bib Pant - Women's

Norrona Tamok Gore-Tex Pro Bib Pant - Women's
Norrona Tamok Gore-Tex Pro Bib Pant - Women's
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Tamok Gore-Tex Pro Bib Pant - Women's by Norrona
From glorious storm skiing to slushy spring days, Norrona's Tamok Gore-Tex Pro Bib Pant will keep you dry so you can keep ripping runs from first chair to last. Built with a classic and highly functional workwear overall design, you've got great coverage whether you're sitting on the snowy lift or ripping skins during a transition. Their 3-layer Gore-Tex Pro construction guarantees waterproof, breathable performance, and with fully sealed seams you know you're staying dry. The Tamok Bib provides you with a plethora of spacious pockets for stashing snacks or trail maps, as well as zippered vents to prevent you from over-heating. A full-length side zip makes for easy off at the end of the day, but if you feel like wearing them apres-ski, you can narrow the leg to reduce bulk with the handy cuff snaps that Norrona thoughtfully included.

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