Outdoor Research Verge Tights

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

These comfortable tights are made of a light, stretchy fleece that keeps you moving with confidence.

- GearX.com

Perfect for aerobic activities in cool weather, the Outdoor Research Verge Tight acts as an outer pant or a midlayer for your outdoor adventures. Providing optimal moisture management, these tights will keep you comfortable on the most grueling hikes.-- 50 weight Motion Fleece fabric; abrasion resistant nylon face-- Soft micro-polyester backing; stretch construction-- Elastic waist with draw cord-- Invisi-Pull P-System zipper

- OMCgear

Wear the Outdoor Research Women's Verge Tights as an insulating layer or alone as pants. Outdoor Research made the Verge Tights from Motion Fleece, a fabric with a micro-polyester lining and an abrasion-resistant nylon shell. The lining wicks sweat away from your body to keep you comfortable as you hike, cross-country ski, or alpine ski. Motion Fleece is stretchy, so you have full range of motion, whether you sprint up a mountain or glide down snowy slopes. An elastic waist with a drawcord provides a solid fit, and a hidden zipper makes relieving yourself easier you don't have to completely drop drawers on a chilly day.

- Backcountry Outlet

Free Shipping. Outdoor Research Women's Verge Tights (Spring 2007) Outdoor Research Women's Verge Tights (Spring 2007) Target Weight: (M) 6.8 oz. / 191 g Features: Light, breathable stretch fleece Elastic waist with drawcord Invisi-Pull P-System zipper

- Moosejaw

Outdoor Research Verge Tights

Discontinued

The Verge Tights has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$24.99 - $69.00

The Outdoor Research Verge Tights is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 13, 2014 at OMCgear.

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