Palm Bheri Pants

 

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Kayaking Thermals or Ladies Canoe Clothing

The Palm Bheri pant is a thermal fleece pant that is ideal for canoeing and kayaking. They are ideal for wearing under a drysuit or a pair of dry trousers. It works very well in conjunction with the Palm Koshi thermal top and is also part of the Palm Equipment Gear for Women range.

Palm has made the Bheri from a stretch fleece so that it gives a great fit. The seams are all flat lock stitched for comfort. There is an elasticised waistband to prevent the pants from falling down. While the crotch area is made from a diamond design, which gives more freedom of movement. It also ensures that no excess tension is placed on the seams that could split.

  • Female Specific Cut
  • Articulated Cut
  • Stretch Fleece
  • Flatlock Seams
  • Small Internal Pocket

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