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The weather outside is frightful.

Sure it's bad out there: blustery skies, cold winds, and underlying ice. Hey, not all the days can be blue skies and waist-deep, right? The 686 Women's Reserved Mission Insulated Pant prepares you for temperatures down to 15 F and conditions down to blizzarding. Though inspired by street fit and casual style, these shred pants feature a polyester twill denim with so much more going for it. For starters, the face fabric has been treated with an infiDRY antimoisture technology. Designed by the genius minds at 686, the infiDRY-10 fabric keeps out melting snow while staying breathable. For extra ventilation, you can always open up the Air-Flo thigh zips and enjoy that mountain air whipping through polyester mesh as you cruise along.

Inside the waistband lies polyester brushed tricot, a smooth lining; everywhere else is lined with nylon taffeta, a sleek yet tough material that accommodate layering. Don't forget about the nutritious helping of insulation packed into the mid-legs and seat, keeping your knees and tush toasty, the areas most likely to suffer from cold. If your jacket seems a little lacking in the storage department, don't worry: these trousers include hand pockets, jean-style back pockets, a cargo zip, and a hidden stash spot below the inner knee, you know, for hiding snacks.

  • Polyester twill denim face
  • InfiDRY treatment
  • Brushed tricot inside waistband
  • Nylon taffeta lining
  • Street fit
  • Air-Flo polyester mesh ventilation
  • Seat and knee insultaion
  • Multiple external pockets

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