Moving Comfort Nochill Pants

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Here's what other sites are saying:

The stretchy NoChill pants from Moving Comfort provide lightweight coverage that takes the edge off a chilly day. Moisture-wicking, quick-drying fabric keeps you comfortable even after you warm up. Wide contoured waistband with drawcord lies flat against skin for a smooth silhouette. Flat-seam construction prevents chafing; center back zippered pocket holds small items. Moving Comfort NoChill pants are semifitted for a flattering fit. Closeout.


Ignore the chill in the air with the NoChill Pant from Moving Comfort. A semi-fitted, mid-rise pant with polyester/spandex blend provides comfort with a bit of stretch and warmth on cool days. Metallic stash pocket in the back is a great place to store your keys, phone or wallet.

- Mountain Gear

The popular, mid-weight thermal Moving Comfort Women's NoChill Pants offer warmth while keeping the skin dry during winter activities. These updated pants have both flattering style lines and a slimming flare-leg opening.DriLayer NoChill fabric is 56% Tactel nylon, 29% polyester and 15% Lycra spandex.No-chafe, flat seam construction.2 " contoured waistband.Flattering back yoke and off-set side seams.Off-seam zip hand warmer pockets.Internal pocket.Semi-fitted, mid-rise.Inseam: 31".Import.

- Campmor

Moving Comfort Nochill Pants


The Nochill Pants has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$35.73 - $75.00

The Moving Comfort Nochill Pants is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 1, 2014 at REI.

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