Immersion Research Women's Thick Skin Pants


Color: Black
Size: SM
Price:
Sale price$55.00
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Description

The Immersion Research Women's Thick Skin Pants are a warm pair of base layer bottoms for the coldest conditions. A perfect partner for IR's Thick Skin top. 4-way stretch polyester stretch fleece is extremely soft. These form-fitting pants keep you toasty without being restrictive. Flat seamed construction prevents chafing. This quick-drying base layer keeps you warm even when wet. Perfect under paddle pants or a dry suit.

Features
  • Comfortable boxer-style waistband
  • Soft, warm 4-way stretch fleece
  • Flatlock seams to prevent chafing
  • Size variations to fit people of most shapes and sizes (S-XL)
Specifications
  • Fabric: 4-way stretch double-sided anti-pilling micro fleece
  • Fabric Content: 64% polyester, 29% recycled polyester, 7% spandex
  • Fabric Weight: 258g/m²
  • Country of Origin: Vietnam

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