prAna Bliss Knicker

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Features of the Prana Women's Bliss Knicker Stretch Performance woven Active, outdoor knicker Front patch pockets Drawcord waistband with rivet and grommet detailing UPF rating of 40+ Durable Water Repellent (DWR): Resistant to penetration by water but not entirely waterproof Stretch: Stretch fabrication extends, expands and contracts to move with you allowing for ultimate flexibility during any sport, activity or movement UPF (Ultra Violet Protection Factor): The protection given to the skin by a fabric is indicated by its UV Protection Factor (UPF) Specifically designed to block the sun's harmful UV radiation from damaging the skin (widely known as UVA/UVB/UVC rays) Quick Dry: Water resistant, these products keep moisture on the fabric's surface making it easy for the sun and/or air to lift moisture out and promote evaporation

- Moosejaw

Shop Prana Bliss Knicker - Womens-W4BLIK113-KHA-M, W4BLIK113-KHA-L with 5 Star Rating on 1 Review for + Free Shipping over $49.

- CampSaver.com

Offering climbs at all levels of difficulty, Colorado Ice is the ultimate ice climbing guidebook. The routes featured consistently form up each year and are primarily hard-water pathways. The focus of Colorado Ice is on the ascents-less traveled, but also included are the most popular and well-known ice climbs in the state.

- Bentgate.com

The stretchy Bliss fabric in the prAna Women's Bliss Knicker feels buttery-soft against your legs while you tour the city or hike through ancient ruins, the wrinkle-resistant qualities keep your look fresh even when you've been on a bus for hours, and the relaxed fit never feels restrictive.

- Backcountry.com