Outdoor Research Hemispheres Bib - Women's

Outdoor Research Hemispheres Bib - Women's
Outdoor Research Hemispheres Bib - Women's
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Hemispheres Bib - Women's by Outdoor Research
Whether you're skinning with a light pack or with all of your mountaineering gear, the track can be draining. With the Outdoor Research Hemispheres Bib, you can at least enjoy it with waterproof protection that won't make you feel like a walking sauna. Gore-Tex C-Knit technology makes it exceptionally breathable, and it has external thigh vents that allow you to increase airflow. Its stretch design mirrors your movement, with air-permeable panels that feature elastane and Gore-Tex stretch technology for freedom that doesn't sacrifice protection. Articulated knees and adjustable suspenders create a natural, customized fit that won't get in your way--you have mountains to crush, after all.

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