Patagonia Powslayer Pant - Women's

Patagonia Powslayer Pant - Women's
Patagonia Powslayer Pant - Women's
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Powslayer Pant - Women's by Patagonia
The Patagonia Powslayer Pant is your lightweight, packable companion for backcountry tours. Not only is it constructed from the first ever 100% recycled nylon face fabric, but its Gore-Tex Pro membrane blocks all moisture while still remaining breathable to keep you comfortable on the skin track. Additionally, two-way slider side zips can be utilized to quickly dump excess heat when you're really pushing it for maximum comfort. Articulated patterning keeps you mobile as you explore while ankle gaiters keep the fresh snow from creeping its way up your pant leg. On particularly deep days, the loop on the rear yoke of the pant attaches to any Patagonia Snow Jacket for full protection from powder.

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SKU: PAT02I9
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