The North Face Stretch Highlander Pant

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No more baggy-pants-wide-stance style here, you'll be going the sleek and chic Euro route when you pull on The North Face Stretch Highlander Pants for men. These tailored ski pants may have a slightly slimmer fit than the others on the slopes, but there's still plenty of room to move thanks to their comfy nylon stretch twill. Two-layer HyVent fabric is highly breathable and fully seam sealed for completely waterproof protection, and these North Face pants are lightly insulated with 60g Heatseeker for just enough warmth in those frigid high altitude conditions. Internal waist tabs give you an adjustable custom fit, and their Chimney Venting system uses the mesh panels in the gaiters to keep fresh air flow moving through.

- Altrec Outlet refers to the men's version

Most of the time you don't need a ton of insulation on your legs. Then again, most of the time a little is nice to take the edge off. The North Face Stretch Highlander Pant incorporates a light to medium layer of Heatseeker synthetic insulation to keep the warmth close to your skin and make those lift rides a lot more enjoyable. The Stretch Highlander Pant is made with stretchy nylon fabric to allow you to move freely and even includes a Recco avalanche safety device in case you want to venture into the backcountry.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Taking cues from the European alpine ski culture, this tailored-fit ski pant provides no-nonsense, waterproof, breathable, insulated protection in a high-performance package. Constructed with waterproof, breathable, fully seam sealed HyVent 2L exterior with mechanical stretch for unparallel mobility. Rider-specific features throughout.

- The North Face refers to the men's version

The North Face Stretch Highlander Pant

previously retailed for:
$91.98 - $230.00

The North Face Stretch Highlander Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 21, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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