Outdoor Research Hyak Pant - Women's

Outdoor Research Hyak Pant - Women's
Outdoor Research Hyak Pant - Women's
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Hyak Pant - Women's by Outdoor Research
Outdoor Research eliminates the need to bundle up in bulky, restrictive layers with its Hyak Pant. This midweight softshell is not only constructed from a durable movement-mirroring stretch fabric, but also features articulated knees and a gusseted crotch to provide you with a natural, unrestricted range of motion. Not only does it allow you to move freely as you ski, hike, or climb, but the pant is also wind, water, and abrasion resistant to keep you protected from the elements and the trail when you're in the high alpine. For added convenience, the pant has gusseted ankle zips to allow the pant to fit comfortably over your boots while an inner ankle drawcord that doubles as an instep lace prevents the pant, or snow, from drifting up past your boots if you're out without your gaiters.

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SKU: ODR010A
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