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Free Shipping. The North Face Men's Expedition Tight FEATURES of The North Face Men's Expedition Tight Elastic logo waist Flat-locked seams Fly opening Ankle length

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

Keep your lower half dialed in the most extreme winter environments with heavyweight baselayer tights that deliver an exceptional warmth-to-weight ratio. The anti-odor fleece features FlashDry fibers to wick sweat away from the skin and dramatically speed drying time. Constructed with stretch for improved leg turnover under mid-layers during low- to medium-intensity activities.

- The North Face refers to the men's version

Equip yourself with The North Face Men's Expedition Tight for frigid adventures whether you're skiing at night, camping in winter, or mountaineering. FlashDry Eco with Stretch utilizes recycled polyester to wick moisture and dry quickly to help you stay comfortable and incredibly warm. An anti-odor treatment makes sure this heavyweight tight won't reek of something foul after a week-long trip, and a next-to-skin fit and flatlock seams make sure you can layer as much as you like without much bulk.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Expedition provides maximum thermal protection and moisture management for low- to medium-intensity activities in the coldest weather; features an innovative two-layer, one-way moisture-transport construction and FlashDry(TM) technology, which works with your body to improve dry time. Next-to-skin fit. Elastic logo waist. Fly opening. Flat-locked seams. Ankle length. Fabric: 230 g/m2 55% polyester, 39% polyolefin, 6% elastane flat faced brushed fleece solid and heather with FlashDry(TM). Inseam: Regular: 30". Weight: 225 g (7.94 oz).

- Rocky Mountain Trail refers to the men's version