Yeti Hunter 3L Bib Pant - Men's by Planks Clothing
The only thing more elusive than a Yeti might be the perfect powder run, but you're not gonna stop hunting until you find it (the powder run, not the Yeti). When you head out into the backcountry in search of big lines and fresh snow, don't forget to throw on the Yeti Hunter 3L Bib Pant. This waterproof and breathable bib is perfect for out of bounds expeditions and loaded with features to help you thrive up and down the mountain. The three-layer RIDEdry fabric keeps you dry when you're floating through waist deep powder, and offers tons of breathability for long climbs back to the summit. When you're bootpacking up steep pitches or working through wet and heavy snow, the full side-zip entry offers custom ventilation to give you that extra boost of cooling comfort that you need to keep going. The high-cut bib ensures full coverage when you really get deep, and has plenty of pockets for mountain essentials. You've got boot gaiters to keep moisture out whether you're ripping or hiking in deep snow, and reinforced cuffs around the ankle to withstand the everyday wear and tear that comes with long days spent searching for fresh tracks and mystical snowbeasts.
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