Outdoor Research Blackpowder Pants
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Designed for professional use, the Outdoor Research Blackpowder Pants are built for skiers and riders who live in their gear, require extreme durability and mobility, and need to quickly vent when hiking for turns, performing avid control work or simply getting after it in a big way.
Designed for professional use, the Blackpowder Pants are built for skiers and riders who live in their gear, require extreme durability and mobility, and need to quickly vent when hiking for turns, performing avy control work or simply getting after it in a big way.
Whether you're earning your turns or performing avalanche control work, the Outdoor Research Blackpowder snow pants are designed for skiers and riders that live in their gear. Breathable, 2-layer Pertex(R) Shield lightweight nylon fabric make these pants a go-to for almost any adventure; they're built to seal out rain, snow, sleet and wind. Abrasion-resistant 200-denier nylon fabric is highly durable. Zippered inner thigh vents keep you dry and comfortable by dumping excess heat and moisture. Slash hand pockets, back pocket and a zippered thigh pocket; beacon-specific pocket just inside of right front thigh, where it's protected against falls. Tele-skiers take note: Pants have interior knee pad pockets with removable knee pads, saving knees from the occasional ski-to-knee shot. Gusseted crotch allows unrestricted range of motion. Articulated knees offer a comfortable fit and freedom of movement. Stretch-mesh grippers seal out snow around boots and help regulate warmth. Embedded RECCO(R) reflector enhances radio signals from search-and-rescue RECCO detectors to speed location acquisition in an avalanche.
The Outdoor Research Blackpowder Pant keeps your lower bits dry while you're working and playing in the snow. Whether you're pushing up the mountain for a pre-work tour or setting avy-control charges because that's what you do for work, these pants give you pro-level protection in a wide range of winter environments.