HP SCREE PANTS WMN

$299.95
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HP SCREE PANTS WMN

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HP SCREE PANTS WMN

Color Options: BLACK
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$299.95

Women’s ski pants with waterproof and breathable D-Dry® A+ membrane and warm, lightweight D-Thermo insulation.
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The ski pants in the HP collection are designed to offer maximum dexterity and freedom of movement on downhill slopes, as well as greater comfort and thermal insulation. Whatever the weather. The HP SCREE WMN PANTS are constructed with a D-Dry® A+ 20,000-mm, 20,000-g/m², 24h waterproof membrane, elastic in four directions, and a Primaloft® Black lining, synthetic padding in lightweight recycled material that guarantees the same insulation against atmospheric agents as feather padding, but also boasts water-repellent characteristics. Lightweight and compact for maximum freedom of movement. Featuring a loose cut and a waist adjustment system allowing for a perfect, stable fit during every phase of activity, without the bulk of the classic straps and with no need for any further adjustment, for greater practicality. The reinforced fabric structure at the hem protects against any abrasion or tearing caused by rubbing with the boots. Two large pockets on the inside of the thighs provide practical storage for all those essential items.

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GENERAL TECHNICAL FEATURES

2 Big thigh air intakes

3D Ski edge protection at leg hem

Boot snow gaiter with silicon grippers

Cargo Pockets

Hook Waist fasteners

MATERIALS

Dermizax®EV stretchable membrane

PrimaLoft® Black insulation (60g/m2)

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⚠️ WARNING TO OUR CALIFORNIAN CONSUMERS:

This product can expose you to chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects and reproductive harm. For more information go to: https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/