Rab Power Stretch Pro Pants Women's

 

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Rab Power Stretch Pro Pants Women's - Light weight fleeced pants

These work perfectly as a base layer or a mid layer. The Rab Power Stretch Pro Pant is a light-weight fleeced pant designed with Polartec® Power Stretch Pro® fabric. This means it has the ability to retain warmth, yet not restrict the users movement, agility and ability during activities (due to the 4-way stretch of the fabric). The outer surface has a low friction finish so it is kind to skin, and reduces irritation when worn with other fabrics. Designed to stay dry, the material continuously transfers moisture vapor for rapid evaporation. Exceptionally breathable and comfortable- when you try one on you will immediately fall in love with the soft- feel fabric! Highly wind and abrasion resistant.

Provides wicking of moisture like a base layer but can handle the direct exposure to elements like an outer shell when necessary. Designed for layering use in cold or alpine conditions. A slim fit ensures comfortable layering use.

  • Weight: 190g
  • Flatlock low-bulk seams

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