Ibex Loose Tights II

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Ibex's Loose Tights II page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

With a semi-fitted cut and boot cut lower legs the Ibex Loose Tight II for women has the comfortable fit you want for an afternoon hike or cold morning yoga class. Constructed with a blend of New Zealand Merino wool, nylon and lycra these tights have a light stretch that allows you to move freely and naturally while providing fantastic insulation and with a wide 3-inch elastic waistband you get superior comfort in all your activities. A small zippered stash pocket lets you carry your essential items without adding bulk around the hips. From wintery runs to the yoga studio and evening lounging, with a super soft feel medium weight and light stretch youll stay comfortable and warm in the Loose Tight II.

- Altrec Outdoors

What can we say? These pants are awesome. They're super soft and comfortable, stretchy to move with your body, and just the right amount of warmth without being too hot when you're active. It's no wonder that the Loose Tights II from Ibex Outdoor Clothing are one of their best sellers! PRODUCT FEATURES: Form-fit at waist and hip Boot cut leg Winter weight warmth Wide comfortable elastic waistband (3 inch) Small zip stash pocket Made in the USA of New Zealand Merino wool Materials: 20-21 micron New Zealand Merino & Lycra blend knit, 370 g/m2

- Appalachian Outdoors

Ibex Loose Tights II


The Ibex Loose Tights II is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 17, 2013 at Altrec Outdoors.

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