Spyder Orb Softshell Pant - Women's

Spyder Orb Softshell Pant - Women's
Spyder Orb Softshell Pant - Women's
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Orb Softshell Pant - Women's by Spyder
Whatever your winter plans, from snowshoeing aspen woods to skiing soft lines, the Spyder Orb Softshell Pant is a comfortable way to go about your business. The 360 degree stretch nylon softshell fabric is treated with DWR for water-repellency, but because it's a softshell it still breathes enough to perform admirably during aerobic activities. Internal ankle gaiters help keep the snow out while you're making first tracks and cuff guards keep the bottoms from being sliced by crampons or ski edges, and cuff anchors keep things secured snugly, negating the need for large gaiters in most instances.

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SKU: SPD018M
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