Flylow Gear Magnum Pro Pant

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The FlyLow Men's Magnum Pro Pant seals out the nastiest winter conditions while breathing exceptionally well during demanding tours and out-of-bounds bootpacks. Loaded with an Intuitive 3-layer membrane and fully taped seams, the Magnum Pro delivers high levels of waterproofing (20k) and breathability (20k) for the most demanding skiers and backcountry enthusiasts. Further contributing to its tour and hike-friendly persona, inner and outer thigh vents quickly cool your legs during warmer spring conditions and sweaty uphill tours. New for this year, FlyLow outfitted the Magnum Pro with a 4-way stretch face to reduce the bulk and annoying rustling associated with hardshell snow pants, especially when you're hiking. This fabric was borrowed from high-end hunting apparel, proving to be extraordinarily tough without sacrificing comfort. Five total pockets, including a thigh cargo pocket, grace the pant for versatile storage on the slopes. Furthermore, you'll appreciate the articulated knees for freedom of motion.


A bit of stretch goes a long way in a pair of ski pants. The waterproof Flylow Magnum Pro pants let you shred bumps, hit jumps, pond skim or whatever suits your fancy when you're playing in the snow.


Shop FlyLow Magnum Pro Pant - Mens-1620-1708, 1620-1705 with 4 Star Rating on 3 Reviews for + Free Shipping over $49.


Flylow Gear Magnum Pro Pant

previously retailed for:
$159.83 - $299.99

The Flylow Gear Magnum Pro Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 15, 2018 at

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