Salomon Response Pant
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Free Shipping. Salomon Men's Response Pant FEATURES of the Salomon Men's Response Pant Internal fleece panel lining Internal waist adjustment Belt Loops Powderskirt Knee articulation Inner leg air-vents with mesh backing 2 hand zipped pockets 1 zipped side pocket 1 cargo pocket SPECIFICATIONS of the Salomon Men's Response Pant Weight: 25.04 oz / 710 g Active fit Seam: 100% taped Insulation: AdvancedSkin Warm Insulated, 60g/m2 AdvancedSkin Dry 10K/10K Bottom: PES 100% Lining: PA 100% Lining Insert: PES 100% Padding: PES 100%
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
Insulated, waterproof and ready for your epic snow season, Salomon Response insulated pants feature leg vents for easy temperature management, and clean lines and an active fit for understated style.
- REI refers to the men's version
Go beyond the levels you thought were possible and extend the limitations of comfortable riding conditions with the Salomon Men's Response Pant. With light insulation, a convenient design, and adaptability, this pair can handle just about any weather you throw at it. 60g ActiLoft insulation retains your hard-earned warmth and keeps it where it belongs without suffocating you in vapor. That's where the breathability of ClimaPro polyester face fabric comes in; with waterproof/breathability rating of 10k/10k, you won't have to worry about your legs soaking in sleet, melting snow, or sweat. Further temperature regulation lies in the mesh leg vents, just waiting for you to unleash excessive heat during the descent. If the snow really seems to be flying, batten down the hatches by cinching the waistband and letting the fully taped seams do the rest of the work. An internal fleece panel around the waistband and an active fit ensure a snug but not restrictive fit that won't bunch up and create unnecessary bulk. Because it cares, Salomon included a Recco reflector as an added bonus to avalanche safety when venturing outside the dotted line the resort has drawn for you.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version