Epic powder days only come along so often, and if you're gonna ski bell-to-bell, you don't want your clothes holding you back. Well, thanks to The North Face's Chakal Pant you can shred on through the snowiest and coldest days of the season. Whether you're fighting your way through the wet and heavy stuff or floating through light and dreamy powder, you'll be totally dry thanks to the waterproof DryVent membrane. The Chakal also features a durable polyester fabric with a two-way stretch for unrestricted mobility as you float through knee-deep powder fields and bounce around gnarly bump runs. When the thermostat freezes over and falls off, Heatseeker synthetic insulation keeps you nice and warm so you can stay out there lapping untouched snow. Build up a little bit too much heat attacking that tree run' That's no problem with The North Face's Chimney Venting system. The StretchVent gaiters do their job keeping the snow out, but also prevent heat from escaping through the bottom, so it can rise and release through the inner thigh vents, giving you a reliable and more effective ventilation system as you rip your way through another all-time day.
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