Salomon Windstopper Trail Tight - Women's

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Free Shipping. Salomon Women's Trail Windstopper Tight FEATURES of the Salomon Women's Trail Windstopper Tight Elasticated waistband, Drawcord Bottom leg zipper Windstopper 1 zipped pocket Reflective branding front and back This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Designed to take the edge off training on cold mornings and in not-so-perfect weather, the women's Salomon WS Trail tights use Gore(R) WindStopper(R) fabric to block chilling winds.

- REI

Put the kibosh on wind and cold and give the green light to all kinds of fun in the Salomon Women's Windstopper Trail Tight. This cozy, stretchy tight with Windstopper softshell front and tons of freedom of movement lives for any kind of action, whether it's skiing on a cold morning, taking a winter run, or climbing at altitude. Windstopper is water-resistant, too, to fend off that early-morning mist or afternoon flurries. The Actitherm stretch poly knit fleece feels soft against skin and insulates to take off the chill. A skin fit with an adjustable waistband provides everyday comfort, and a bottom leg zipper makes putting on and taking off your ski socks a cinch. There's a handy zippered pocket for small essentials and reflective branding for added visibility in low light. Aerobic winter fun, here you come.

- Backcountry.com

Salomon Women's Windstopper Trail Tight

previously retailed for:
$80.95 - $125.00

The Salomon Women's Windstopper Trail Tight is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 13, 2015 at Moosejaw.

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