Terramar Military Fleece Pant

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Terramar's Military Fleece Pant page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Terramar Men's Military Fleece Expedition Weight Tall Pants, with ec2 Qwik-Dri Thermoregulation Comfort Technology, are an ideal baselayer choice for those blustery cold days of winter when the temps drop well into the single digits. A very warm base layer for active and sedentary pursuits, these expedition weight pants are suitable as a second layer or even next-to-skin; perfect for hunting, fishing, and low to medium aerobic activities. Constructed of 100% micro polyester smooth face-fleeced back fabric with ec2 Qwik-Dri Thermoregulation Comfort Technology.Lightweight, breathable, non-pill fleece has an excellent warmth-to-weight ratio, provides a thermal barrier for extra warmth.Fleece construction effectively transports moisture away from skin for quick evaporation.Anti-microbial treatment for odor control. Wicking elastic waistband. Smooth surface for easy layering. Flat seam construction for comfort and durability; soft and non-chafing next to skin.Fabric provides UPF 50+ sun protection, shielding skin from harmful ultraviolet rays. Designed to meet your performance level; for wear in cold to very cold weather; perfect for hunting, fishing, and low to medium aerobic activities. Import.

- Campmor

Military expedition weight provides maximum warmth and dryness over a broad range of cold weather activities. 100% ploypropylene has superior thermal ...

- Ramsey Outdoor

Terramar Military Fleece Pant

previously retailed for:
$12.96 - $22.99

The Terramar Military Fleece Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 17, 2012 at Campmor.

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