Volcom Elm Gore Bib Overall Pant - Women's

Volcom Elm Gore Bib Overall Pant - Women's
Volcom Elm Gore Bib Overall Pant - Women's
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Elm Gore Bib Overall Pant - Women's by Volcom
The Volcom Elm Gore Bib Overall Pant is for the deepest powder days the season has to offer. A Gore-Tex Stretch membrane will keep you dry as you're dropping into the white room, but is also breathable enough to prevent you from overheating as you work your way to that glorious point. And just in case things get too toasty, mesh-lined vents are there to let some of that warm air out without letting the cold snow in. The full bib and adjustable suspenders likewise keep powder from ending up in your pants, and fully sealed seams ensure that no unwanted moisture seeps into your layers. And best of all, as you make deep slashes on steep lines, you'll be able to move unrestricted thanks to the comfortable, stretchy fabric.

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