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Spyder Bormio Pant

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Spyder's Men's Bormio Pant page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Skiing in a pair of pants that restrict your mobility hinders your performance at the park. That's what Spyder had in mind while designing its Men's Bormio Pant. With this pair, you get the waterproof protection you need in wet weather thanks to Osmo technology and the pant's fully taped seams. You even have 40g PrimaLoft Sport insulation warming your legs. But the 360-degree stretch nylon shell is what lets you move on the mountain like you were buck naked. An anti-abrasion overlay by Bemis brings the durability-bang season after season. Articulated knees give even better freedom of movement to the already super-mobile Bormio. Vents at the thigh let out some steam while you hike up powder-capped peaks. The adjustable suspenders have a high mesh back to guard your backside and allow excess heat to escape, or you can remove the suspenders. Lower leg zippers help you pull the cuffs over your boots with ease, and gaiters block the snow. Scuff guards prevent any tearing from your ski edges, and waterproof zippers offer wet weather protection in ways that most pants fail to do.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Cold weather is no match for the Bormio Pant. New OSMO technology delivers the highest breathability on the market, rated at 20k/30k in waterproof/breathability tests. X-STATICĀ® silver fiber technology regulates body temperature and dissipates static elec

- Teton Village Sports refers to the men's version