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Spyder Training Pant

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Description of Spyder Performance DH Race Suit - WomensIn the realm of performance, everything counts. For nearly 30 years, Spyder has focused on every detail in engineering superior skiwear, scrutinizing the subtleties that make every discipline - every athlete - unique. Renowned for integrating high-tech fabrics, fashion and functionality, theyre obsessed with keeping you dry, comfortable, and warm. Then Spyder pushes it harder. Rigorously tested by top athletes across the world, Spyder embodies a passion for performance - the same passion driving you to your next adrenaline rush. FeaturesGripper elastic at hemEngineered sublimation print designFront stretch zipperThumb anchorAnatomically designed contour fitPasses 30ml FIS test

- US Outdoor Store

Spyder's Training Pants for Women are an essential component of any racer's getup. Removable suspenders and zip-off lower legs offer customization for training sessions, and superior insulation keeps you warm while setting the course. A sizable cargo pocket is perfect for the little things you'll need out there all day. Practice makes perfect in the Training Pants for Women.

- Altrec Outdoors

It's a cool summer morning. Pull on the Spyder Women's Convertible Pants. Now it's hot. Zip off the lower legs and convert these capris to shorts before you succumb to a massive sweat attack. Wait, now it's sprinkling. No worries-the Convertible Pants' four-way stretch nylon has a water-repellent finish. How's that for versatility?

- Backcountry Outlet

Spyder Women's Training Pant

previously retailed for:
$28.49 - $379.95

The Spyder Women's Training Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 27, 2012 at Altrec Outdoors.

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