Rab Latok Salopettes

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Designed for high altitude and polar environments, Rab's Latok Salopettes feature midweight and heavyweight fabrics backed by waterproof, windproof, highly breathable eVent with a stretch Schoeller bib for enhanced comfort.

- EMS

The Rab Latok Salopettes Pants are waterproof, breathable and very durable salopette using a mix of heavy-weight eVent fabrics for optimum protection in extreme conditions.

- CampSaver.com

On Sale. Free Shipping. Rab Men's Latok Salopettes DECENT FEATURES of the Rab Men's Latok Salopettes eVent 3L fabric. Heavier weight seat and knees for high durability Matrix DWS fabric bib 1 YKK zipped chest pocket Adjustable braces Opening seat Diamond gusset Full length YKK Aqua guard side zips, internal storm flap, rain drain 2-way YKK Aqua guard front zip Knee articulation Schoeller-keprotec fabric kick patches Split internal snow gaiter at hem with gripper elastic and under-boot cord attachment loops Hem drawcord The SPECS of the Rab Men's Latok Salopettes Weight: 29 oz / 830 g 50 d / 100 d 160 g/m2 100% nylon Fit: Regular This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Chest deep, blower pow and demanding alpine conditions call for uncompromising ski clothing like the Rab Men's Latok Salopettes. What the hell are salopettes' It's brit-speak for ski pants, and in this case, super-badass, three-layer eVent ski pants. This bib-style pant's waterproof breathable shell fabric ensures not a drop of moisture makes it inside, and full-length side zips dump heat and make for easy in-and-out. Rab also added a gusseted crotch and articulated knees for full range of motion and Keprotec instep reinforcements to hold up to crampons and ski edges.

- Backcountry.com