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On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Men's Bomber Cargo Pant FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Bomber Cargo Pant Micro-Chamois-lined adjustable waist for a customized fit Zippered thigh vents for ventilation Internal powder cuffs seal out snow Lower leg zip for easy on-off Zip handwarmer pockets Ambush edge guards at inside lower leg
CLOSEOUTS . Mountain Hardwear's Bomber snow pants feature Dry.Q(R) Core waterproof breathable technology and a soft tricot lining designed to keep you dry and comfortable from your first run to the last. Available Colors: BLACK, CORDOVAN, SHIRAZ. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.
- Sierra Trading Post
Mountain Hardwear: Men's Bomber Cargo Pant: Cool and dry from your first run to the last. These waterproof/breathable Dry.Q pants are cut for comfort and maximum mobility. Featuring a soft tricot liner for added wicking and warmth and a customizable fit thanks to the stretch, waist adjustment tabs. Micro-Chamois-lined adjustable waist for a customized fit Zippered thigh vents for ventilation Internal powder cuffs seal out snow Lower leg zip for easy on-off Zip handwarmer pockets Ambush edge guards at inside lower leg
- Mountain Hardwear
You've always wanted the functionality of your favorite cargo pants with you on the mountain; now you can have it. Suit up in the Men's Mountain Hardware Bomber Cargo Pant and enjoy the weatherproof tech of Dry. Q shell fabric with enough pocket space to satisfy your pack-rat tendencies. You'll really appreciate the soft Micro-Chamois lined waist when you have the pockets weighed down with all your goodies.
Go all day with bomber protection in the Bomber Cargo Pant from Mountain Hardwear. From the first to last chair stay comfortable in waterproof ski pants with an adjustable waist for customized fit and lower leg zip for easy on-off effort. Regulate your body temperature with zippered thigh vents. Keep snow from creeping in with internal powder cuffs. Plenty of pockets built in to store anything you don't want to lose on the mountain.
- Mountain Gear