Patagonia Snow Guide Pant - Women's

Patagonia Snow Guide Pant - Women's
Patagonia Snow Guide Pant - Women's
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Snow Guide Pant - Women's by Patagonia
The tough, breathable, and stretchy Patagonia Snow Guide Pant is designed to keep you mobile and comfortable on your backcountry tours. Its soft-shell fabric is stretchy with a forgiving flex and articulated patterning to keep you mobile for both stepping and sliding. This fabric is also breathable to help prevent you from getting overheated on the skin track. The pant has a DWR treatment to help keep you dry and comfortable and boot gaiters prevent snow from getting up your legs during fresh powder turns. The Snow Guide was also designed with a thoughtful and comfortable fit. It features a clean and flat waist that rests comfortably under your pack and removable, elasticized suspenders that increase mobility while keeping the pant in place as you skin up and enjoy your earned turns.

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SKU: PAT031I
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