The skiing doesn't stop when the snowing stops. As long as the resort keeps grooming up a stack of corduroy, you're still going to ski. The only difference is you're wearing the Spyder Men's Lech Softshell Pant instead of a hardshell. Unlike most hardshell ski pants, the Lech feels much lighter and softer for comfier riding in warmer, sunnier weather, and it still offers enough weather protection to shed snow spraying off your skis There are ventilation zippers inside each thigh to amplify airflow, and adjustments at the waist work with the snow gaiters to keep you covered. This pant has a tailored fit for a sleeker look, and articulations ensure freedom of movement for skiing peacefully.
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