Spyder Jibber Insulated Pant

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You're rocking a badass ski jacket, but those bibs you borrowed from your dad look like they're from the '70s, plus they smell like your old man. Class up your look with the Jibber Insulated Pant from Spyder. The universal zippered jacket-to-pant system and the coordinating color pallet make this a great match for your Spyder Venom jacket. The Thermosoft insulation and the XT.L laminated shell will help keep you warm and dry so you can feel good while you're looking good.

- Backcountry.com

Description of Spyder Jibber PantStow your cargo in the multi-pocketed Jibber Pant, a modern cargo style. Constructed of waterproof, breathable exterior laminate and a DWR for wet weather protection. FeaturesUniversal zippered jacket-to-pant attachment systemCritical seams tapedSuper soft brushed lined handwarmer pocketsGusseted crotchMesh lined innner leg ventsSnap hem boot gusset with ghetto slitsReinforced low profile cuff saversInternal boot gaitor

- US Outdoor Store

CLOSEOUTS . If terrain is your game, Spyder Jibber ski pants are your best bet, featuring a waterproof breathable XT coating and lightweight Thermosoft(R) insulation. Durable, abrasion-resistant nylon shell XT waterproof breathable treatment Spylon DWR (durable water repellency) Hook-and-loop waist size adjustment tabs Soft tricot-lined waistband Zip hand pockets Hook-and-loop rear pockets Thigh cargo pockets Zip thigh vents Built-in boot gaiters with lace hooks Roll-up cuffs with snap tabs Ankle vents: 5 Inseam: 32 (based on Large) Weight: 2 lb. Fabric: Nylon shell and lining Insulation: Polyester Care: Machine wash/dry CLOSEOUTS . China. Size: M (32-34) L (35-37) XL (38-40) U.S. shipments only.

- Sierra Trading Post

Spyder Jibber Insulated Pant

previously retailed for:
$77.37 - $114.95

The Spyder Jibber Insulated Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 22, 2011 at Backcountry.com.

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