Swix Bekke Tech Pant - Men's

Swix Bekke Tech Pant - Men's
Swix Bekke Tech Pant - Men's
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Bekke Tech Pant - Men's by Swix
A cozy companion for cold workouts, the Swix Men's Bekke Tech Pant caters to athletes refusing to quit their daily exercise in the midst of winter weather. Designed with a tapered leg and articulated knee, the Bekke Tech Pant provides the benefits of compression tights, but without being overly tight or restricting key movements. Zippered pockets provide ample storage of keys and important items when you're jogging around the neighborhood and snowshoeing in the forest. The water-repellent finish beads off oncoming snow and nasty sidewalk slush from soaking through and leaving you a shivering mess. Four-way stretch fabric ensures full motion while providing a thermal barrier from icy breezes and sub-freezing temperatures. Another exercise-friendly addition are the full-length side zippers, which facilitate easy on and off, especially when you're wearing thermal tights underneath.

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SKU: SWI007T
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