The North Face Dryzzle Full-Zip Pant - Women's

The North Face Dryzzle Full-Zip Pant - Women's
The North Face Dryzzle Full-Zip Pant - Women's
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Dryzzle Full-Zip Pant - Women's by The North Face
You can call rain a drizzle, sprinkle, or any other cute name you like, it doesn't make it any more enjoyable to get caught in a storm while you're far from shelter. What does make it more enjoyable is keeping The North Face Dryzzle Full-Zip Pants in your pack, ready to be deployed at a moment's notice. These lightweight pants feature Gore-Tex Paclite, which ensures that no moisture will seep in while allowing perspiration to escape. The full-length side zippers make it easy to get the pants on and off, regardless of your footwear, and let you open them up for additional airflow when necessary. Keprotec kick patches extend the lifespan of the pants by standing up to the abuse of even the most clumsy hikers, so their stamina rivals yours.

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SKU: TNF04K9
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