What's the number one rule of skiing? You gotta look good while you're doing it. If you're not wearing the Dynafit Mercury Pro 2 pants, there is a fairly-to-very good chance that you don't look as good as you could, and quite frankly, that is unacceptable. Windproof and water-resistant, these stretch-blend pants flex and move with you, enabling you to get into all sorts of different positions (while skiing) and potentially impress that special someone (with your crisp skin tracks and perfectly carved pow turns). Burly kick panels on the inside of the lower leg protect you and your fancy pants when things (like booting) get rough, while mesh-backed zips on the outside of the thighs allow heat to vent out when it gets a little steamy. Don't compromise your looks in the name of functionality, because with the Dynafit Mercury Pro 2 pants, you can have it all-- look good and be comfortable.
- An adjustable waistband means you can have a snug fit instantly, but if you want a belt, sewn belt loops work for both a belt and suspender attachment.
- Reinforced kick panels on the inside of the lower leg help prolong the life of your pants, avoiding punctures from crampons and other sharp objects.
- Multiple pockets offer all the gizmo storage you need, and a dedicated beacon pocket has an internal clip to offer security for your beeper.
- You get the comfort of a softshell pant with the wind resistance and waterproofing of a much thicker and heavier 3L Gore-Tex pant.
The Mercury Pro Pant in action.
|Ventilation||Side zips with mesh backing|
|Pockets||2 side and 1 beacon pocket with clip|
|Cuffs||Snow gaiter and instep reinforcement|
||Softshell- 46% Nylon, 42% Polyester and 12% Lycra|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Ski touring, mountaineering, cool weather|
|Notes||Expandable beacon pocket|
|Bottom Line||Function and comfort for the ascent and descent|
|Compare to other Women's Touring Pants|
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