Ortovox Ortler 3L Pant - Women's

Ortovox Ortler 3L Pant - Women's
Ortovox Ortler 3L Pant - Women's
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Ortler 3L Pant - Women's by Ortovox
The Ortovox Women's Ortler 3L Pant is thirteen ounces of superior waterproofing and breathability bolstered for highly active sports like backcountry touring, ice climbing, and mountaineering. Its Toray Dermizax membrane boasts extreme waterproof ratings and even better breathable ratings to keep you comfy in any condition ranging from powdery and snowy to warm and sunny. A 3-layer construction keeps this pant remarkably thin and light so you can pack it on international trips without much hassle. Ortovox added merino mesh paneling for excelled thermal regulation, moisture management, and ventilation catered to active pursuits. There are 2-way zippers at each side for more ventilation as well as easier on-and-off. The gaiters, cuffs, and waistband are all adjustable for secure coverage, and Ortovox reinforced the cuffs in Cordura for long-lasting durability against ski edges and crampons.

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SKU: ORT007J
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