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Outdoor Research Axcess Pant

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Fully featured, lightly insulated and waterproof -- with a relaxed fit for comfort during athletic movement -- the Axcess Pants from Outdoor Research fend off the wettest, fresh falling snow.This product will be shipped directly from Outdoor Research and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only.

- EMS

Outdoor Research Axcess Pants for MenThe Outdoor Research Axcess Pants for Men are a great item to have on, when you head out into the snowy wilderness. Made from durable 100% nylon, 2L, 70D Gore-Tex embossed material, these pants give you breathability and great water and windproof protection. Added to this, the sealed seams make sure that moisture stays out and you have excellent protection from the elements at your disposal. The PrimaLoft Eco insulation ensures that you stay warm, even in the lowest temperatures. There is an integrated RECCO reflector provided, to help better quality radio signals to be transmitted, so that you can be easily rescued if you need help in an emergency, such as in the case of an avalanche. Set off on your winter adventures in snug comfort with the Outdoor Research Axcess Pants for Men!

- SunnySports

When the weather goes back and forth between dumping snow and warm sun, the Outdoor Research Men's Axcess Pant with Gore-Tex puts you one step ahead of the nature's mood swings. You'll be dry and ready to rage in a huge range of conditions thanks to high-tech fabrics and function-focused design.

- Backcountry.com