Whether Brian Iguchi is skinning up to the peak in the Wyoming backcountry or riding at his home resort of Jackson Hole, more than likely he'll be wearing the Volcom Guch Stretch Gore-Tex Pants. Fitted with a fully waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex Stretch 3L fabric, these pants move with you during long strides on your touring setup and protect you from the harshest environments. Mesh-lined zippered vents open to allow airflow while you're working hard to reach the summit. An avalanche beacon-specific pocket includes a D-ring to secure your beacon, and added RECCO advanced rescue technology helps rescuers in case of an emergency. A stretch boot gaiter keeps snow out of your boots, and reinforced bottom hems add durability for getting in and out of your resort or touring setup.
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