Picture Organic Exa Expedition Pant - Women's

Picture Organic Exa Expedition Pant - Women's
Picture Organic Exa Expedition Pant - Women's
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Exa Expedition Pant - Women's by Picture Organic
Start your hunt for freshies with your Picture Organic Women's Exa Expedition Pant on and your pow-hungry friends in tow. True to Picture Organic's mission of creating sustainable apparel, the Exa is constructed from durable, partially recycled polyester and a PFC-free water-resistant coating with a waterproof, breathable 2-layer membrane to keep you out during midwinter storms and spring bluebird days alike. A built-in powder skirt ensures no cold air or snow can sneak into your layers, and the jacket-to-pant interface works with Picture Organic's jackets to create a seal between you and the elements. The insulation is not only eco-friendly, but it also works to keep you toasty warm while you're getting blasted by wind or sitting on icy chairlifts. If the sun comes out and the day heats up, open the generous inner thigh vents and dump some of that excess heat.

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