Obermeyer Snell OTB Softshell Bib Pant - Women's

Obermeyer Snell OTB Softshell Bib Pant - Women's
Obermeyer Snell OTB Softshell Bib Pant - Women's
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Snell OTB Softshell Bib Pant - Women's by Obermeyer
When you're earning your turns, you need to be able to seamlessly transition from climbing the skin track to cruising back down. The Obermeyer Snell OTB Softshell Bib Pants keep you dry and comfortable with a low-cut bib that doesn't restrict your movement or airflow. They have a HydroBlock Active membrane to keep the moisture out while the softshell knit maximizes airflow throughout. Four-way stretch construction keeps you moving freely, and the Snell has a front zipper that makes getting them on and off a breeze.

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