The North Face North Dome Pant - Women's

The North Face North Dome Pant - Women's
The North Face North Dome Pant - Women's
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North Dome Pant - Women's by The North Face
The North Face North Dome Pant is designed to keep you mobile for your pursuits in the vertical world. Its soft, organic cotton construction has elastane fibers for stretch performance while the pants themselves are cut with pre-curved, articulated legs for freedom of movement for your high steps and dynos. A continuous gusseted crotch and darting at the knees further enhance this freedom of movement. Other thoughtful climbing-oriented features are present in the North Dome. These include an adjustable drawcord waist that is exposed at the back to double as a chalk-bag loop, harness-friendly pockets, a zippered back pocket with a hidden brush pocket, and a leg hem cinch system to keep your feet visible while you climb.

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SKU: TNF04W4
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