Mountain Hardwear Compulsion 3L Pant

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With the same driving intensity that led you to train for skiing three hours out of every summer day and possibly perform let-it-snow dances every even day (you're neither confirming nor denying), you seek higher and fresher powder. The Mountain Hardwear Men's Compulsion 3L Pant lets you attack the mountains with the same fervor. The weatherproof, breathable Dry. Q Elite tech puts up a hard front to face the blinding snow swirling atop Mt. Washington, but shares its soft and tender side with you for a long-lasting relationship. Dry. Q Elite technology stands apart from the crowd of waterproof wanna-bes. Just like the Compulsion 3L jacket, from the instant you put this pant on, it starts to breathe (yeah, that chili last night may not have been your smartest move). Other pants don't start to breathe until you've built up a critical mass of moisture vapor. In a nutshell, when you're wearing the Compulsion 3L pant, it takes sauna-level sweat to max out this pant's breathability. The densely woven nylon rebuffs any incoming air so the wind won't leave you cold and clammy when you're waiting at the summit. Since water is bigger than air, it only makes sense that if air can't get through the fabric, water won't either. When the powder piles up, keep the bib riding up with the adjustable suspenders for an extra layer of protection. When the sun comes out and your skiing corn, leave the bib at home. The micro-chamois lined waist feels sweet against your skin, and sports belt loops when you're feeling a need to accessorize. Ambush edge guards offer a bit of pant protection, and the internal powder cuff seals out snow and cold.


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The ultimate pants for skiing outside the ropes, the Mountain Hardwear Compulsion pants offer unbeatable waterproof breathability and a smooth face that takes the "hard" out of hardshell.


On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Men's Compulsion 3L Pant FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Compulsion 3L Pant RECCO avalanche rescue reflector Removable, adjustable stretch powder skirt Drop Hood: 3-way adjustable, helmet compatible Internal mesh stow pockets and one zip security pocket Key Clip in wearer's left pocket Hem adjuster in hand pockets and hidden hem release Asian Ambush scuff guards Resort pass pocket on wearer's left lower arm Soft in.butter jerseyin. cuffs with thumb loops (unless otherwise specified) Micro-Chamois lined chin guard (jackets) Micro-Chamois lined adjustable waist with belt loops (pants) Internal powder cuffs seal out snow Pack compatible pockets Dry.Q Elite wind and water proof fabric with instant on breathability Removable bib with adjustable suspenders Zippered thigh vents for ventilation Zippered thigh pockets

- Moosejaw

The perfect big-mountain ski pant, with plenty of bells and whistles With its unrivaled waterproof breathability and smooth interior lining, the Compulsion is a pant that isn't afraid of some terrain. 3-layer construction means it's tough and resilient, and its state-of-the-art Dry.QTM Elite technology will keep you bone-dry no matter how far out of bounds you get.

- Mountain Hardwear

Mountain Hardwear Compulsion 3L Pant

previously retailed for:
$121.73 - $499.95

The Mountain Hardwear Compulsion 3L Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at

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