The North Face Lenado Insulated Pant - Women's

The North Face Lenado Insulated Pant - Women's
The North Face Lenado Insulated Pant - Women's
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Lenado Insulated Pant - Women's by The North Face
If you're looking for warmth while you ski but don't want extra bulk, The North Face Lenado Insulated Pant has you covered. Its lightweight and non-bulky PrimaLoft Black insulation offers warmth on cold mornings in a streamlined profile. That, combined with the slim fit, offers style that can flow from the runs and into the lodge. Additionally, the Lenado is constructed with The North Face's DryVent shell to keep you protected from moisture as you seek out deep pockets. The StretchVent gaiters keep the snow from creeping up your pant legs so you stay warm, dry, and comfortable throughout your day on the slopes.

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SKU: TNF05HJ
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