Volcom Aston Gore-Tex Pant - Women's

Volcom Aston Gore-Tex Pant - Women's
Volcom Aston Gore-Tex Pant - Women's
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Aston Gore-Tex Pant - Women's by Volcom
The Volcom Aston Gore-Tex Pant keeps you stylish and dry for your days on the slopes. Its Gore-Tex construction with fully sealed seams prevent moisture from seeping through, wetting your layers, and making you cold. When you're lapping the terrain park or huffing up boot packs, the V-Science breathable lining and mesh lined zippered vents help regulate your temperature so you don't get too overheated. On deep days, the boot gaiters prevent those fresh flakes from sneaking up your pant legs while the specialty ticket ring holds your ski pass to make it easy to get on the lifts. The non-insulating design gives you better control of temperature regulation, allowing you to control your insulation with base layers as you see fit.

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