Mountain Hardwear Adaro Ice Pant

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The Mountain Hardwear Women's Adaro Ice Pant comes with full-length side zips to let you change quickly and ventilate easily when you get too warm. Gore-Tex Pro Shell fabric ensures that not a drop of moisture gets inside, even when you're climbing dripping ice or plodding up a ridge in waist-deep snows. Of course Mountain Hardwear gave these pants fully taped seams, and put the whole thing together for only 16 ounces.

- Backcountry Outlet

Dominate the ice the next time you go climbing with the waterproof, breathable, yet supple Adaro Ice Pant from Mountain Hardwear. Melting ice and snow won't chill you, water rolls off the GORE-TEX Pro Shell laminate while Micro Tape Construction and watertight zippers prevent even the tiniest amount of water from getting through.

- Mountain Gear

CLOSEOUTS . Whether you're on a new ice route or skiing at your favorite resort, Mountain Hardwear Adaro ice pants give you the ultimate protection of waterproof breathable Gore-Tex(R) Pro Shell. Available Colors: BLACK. Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

A waterproof, technical shell pant, The Mountain Hardwear Adaro Ice Pant for Women is designed for snow and ice. Contoured for a woman's shape, with stretch panels and articulated knees for exceptional mobility. Constructed with GORE-TEX Pro Shell for unbeatable protection.

- Altrec Outdoors

Mountain Hardwear Adaro Ice Pant


The Adaro Ice Pant has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$129.98 - $227.50

The Mountain Hardwear Adaro Ice Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 23, 2015 at Mountain Gear.

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