Picture Organic Ticket Pant - Women's

Picture Organic Ticket Pant - Women's
Picture Organic Ticket Pant - Women's
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Ticket Pant - Women's by Picture Organic
When the powder is waist deep, pull on the Picture Organic Women's Ticket Pant and head to the mountain. Right in line with Picture Organic's mission of creating sustainable apparel that performs, this pant is made from partially recycled polyester and a PFC-free water-resistant coating, and fully equipped with a waterproof, impressively breathable 2-layer membrane that will keep you dry and comfortable on the deepest, coldest days of the season and warm spring days alike. A healthy helping of synthetic insulation ensures you can shred from first to last chair, and the removable bib is equipped with stretchy panels that add breathability and don't restrict your range of motion as it works to keep powder out of your pants. If the day really heats up, large inner thigh vents allow you to easily dump excess heat without skipping a beat.

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