The North Face Freedom Pant - Men's

The North Face Freedom Pant - Men's
The North Face Freedom Pant - Men's
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Freedom Pant - Men's by The North Face
It's hard to match the freedom of hitting your favorite run through secret powder fields in deep snow. The North Face Freedom Pant enables you to seek out the fresh stashes in comfort. Its lightweight, waterproof, and breathable DryVent membrane will keep you protected when snow is falling and when you're falling in the snow. StretchVent gaiters at the leg openings prevent snow from sneaking in the bottom when you're hitting your reliable powder stash, and they also work with the inner thigh vents to trap heat so it rises up and out for a more effective venting system. The Freedom has also been updated with a more articulated fit, giving you easier and more fluid movement for bump runs and tight tree lines. With secure pockets for easy storage of maps and snacks, and a price point that won't break the bank, this pant will keep you feeling free all season long.

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SKU: TNF05P3
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