Outdoor Research Helium Rain Pant - Men's

Outdoor Research Helium Rain Pant - Men's
Outdoor Research Helium Rain Pant - Men's
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Helium Rain Pant - Men's by Outdoor Research
Outdoors offer something magical and captivating in the wetter months with fields of fog, and ever-changing landscapes during heavy rain clouds. The Outdoor Research Helium Rain Pant protects from the damp so you can comfortably enjoy the environments. Lightweight and packable to fit in a small pocket, the Helium Rain Pant offers easy-carry packability for thru-hikers and fall-weather landscape photographers. And the durable nylon ripstop shell and water and windproof Pertex Shield Diamond Fuse fabrics protect against abrasion and all-day deluges. With fully taped seams and secure ankle zippers, the Helium Rain Pant is a must-have for cool, wet weather expeditions.

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