Freedom Insulated Pant - Women's by The North Face
You know some of the best snow can be found on cold, gray days, so the threat of stormy skiing won't keep you away from the resort. The North Face Freedom Insulated Pant offers a DryVent membrane to keep you dry and the Heatseeker insulation provides low-profile warmth to keep you comfortable on cold chairlift rides. When you venture out on a couple of burly runs, the Chimney Ventilation system and inner thigh vents dump heat so you can cool off without having to strip layers. The articulated knees offer freedom of movement as you navigate those difficult lines and the cargo and hand pockets store your snacks so you can refuel on the lifts. When you find yourself in powder pockets, the StretchVent gaiters with gripper elastic keep the flakes from creeping into your pant legs so you can stay warm and dry the whole day on the slopes.
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