Ortovox 3L Ortler Pant - Men's

Ortovox 3L Ortler Pant - Men's
Ortovox 3L Ortler Pant - Men's
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3L Ortler Pant - Men's by Ortovox
Zip up the Ortovox 3L Ortler Pant in the parking lot before a long tour or a thrilling ascent to a new peak. These lightweight pants are catered towards alpine excursions of all kinds thanks to the 4-way stretch outer that lets you move freely, the Dermizax membrane that keeps weather out while also wicking moisture off of your legs, and the large outer thigh zips that dump heat when you are working hard to get to the summit. For added comfort these pants also boast a odor resistant Merino mesh insert in the waistband and super durable Cordura patches to resist abrasive rocks and stumps so that you can stop worrying about your gear and start enjoying the mountains.

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