Volcom Knox Insulated Gore Pant - Women's

Volcom Knox Insulated Gore Pant - Women's
Volcom Knox Insulated Gore Pant - Women's
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Knox Insulated Gore Pant - Women's by Volcom
Offering protection against the elements, the Volcom Women's Knox Insulated Gore-Tex Pants are constructed to keep you dry and warm through some of the stormiest conditions at the resort. Made from a waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex two-layer fabric, the Knox excels at keeping wind and water out, and dry comfort in. Low-profile insulation keeps your knees from chattering without creating a bulky look or feel. And when it warms up in spring, mesh-lined thigh vents help you stay cool. A stone butt patch provides comfort and protection when you're sitting on the chairlifts, and the Zip Tech pant-to-jacket interface enhances your defense against snow when getting the goods in the deep stuff.

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SKU: VLC02O8
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