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Season after season, the 1960 Arctic Men’s Snow Sports Cargo Pants serve as an outstanding value priced ski/snow pants and a versatile cornerstone of the Arctic line. These pants feature a 100% Polyester Dobby shell with ThermaLock W/R + W/P 3000mm Coating, offering a maximum degree of durability and protection from the elements, while allowing a full range of motion. 85 grams Thematic Insulation offers warmth in a lightweight, low bulk garment, keeping you warm at temperatures from -20 Degree to +35 Degree depending on your level of activity. DWR finish (Durable Water Repellent) helps repel water from fabric surface. Articulated knees allow for a more unrestricted range of motion and comfort as you climb, hike, or ski/snowboard. The adjustable waist ensures a comfortable fit, while boot zippers make them easy for on and off access over boots. Boot gaiters with grippers form a seamless integration with the boots to keep the warmth in, and the moisture out. These relaxed fit pants also include 600 Denier Ballistic reinforced ankle, scuff and hem guards to hold up against daily wear & tear, and conveniently has cargo pockets for extra storage and an O-ring for keys, gloves and/or lift tickets. The pants provide zippered hand warmer style pockets, a zippered fly, and belt loops. They are water and wind resistant, and are machine washable.85 grams Thematic Insulation offers warmth in a lightweight, low bulk garment (keeps you warm at temperatures from -20 Degree to +35 Degree)
600 Denier Ballistic are used to reinforce the ankle, scuff and hem guards to hold up against daily wear and tear
Adjustable waist for comfortable fit
Boot Zippers for easy on and off, along with cargo pockets and O-ring for keys, gloves, and/or lift tickets
Boot Gaiters with Grippers form a seamless integration with boots to keep warmth in and moisture out

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